AmerisourceBergen, the $80.2 billion Valley Forge, Pa., pharmaceutical distributor, named Tim Guttman CFO and senior vice president. He succeeds Michael DiCandilo, who left in February to pursue other interests. Guttman, 53, joined the company in 2002 as corporate controller and and served as acting CFO since DiCandilo’s departure. Earlier, Guttman was vice president of finance at Syncor International.
United Continental, the Chicago-based airline with $37 billion in 2011 revenue, named John Rainey CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds Zane Rowe, who left to take a non-finance role at Apple. Rainey, 41, most recently served as the airline’s senior vice president of financial planning and analysis. From 2005 to 2010, Rainey held the same position at Continental, which he joined in 1997. He began his career at Ernst & Young.
Philip Morris International, the $31 billion tobacco company, appointed Jacek Olczak CFO. He replaces Hermann Waldemer, who will retire in July. Olczak most recently was president of the company’s European Union unit. He joined New York City-based Philip Morris in 1993 as manager of finance and administration, and has also served as manager of internal controls and managing director of Poland and the Baltic States.
Computer Sciences Corp., a $16 billion provider of technology solutions and services, appointed Paul Saleh CFO and senior vice president. He replaces Michael Mancuso, who retired. Saleh, 55, joins Falls Church, Va.-based CSC from Gannett, where he most recently was CFO and senior vice president. Previously, he launched a financial advisory group, Menza Partners, and served as CFO at Sprint Nextel, Nextel Communications and Walt Disney International.
Covidien, the $11.6 billion Dublin-based healthcare company, named Gregory Andrulonis treasurer and vice president. He succeeds Kevin DaSilva, who remains group CFO for two of the company’s business units and vice president. Andrulonis has served as Covidien’s assistant treasurer for capital planning and markets and vice president since 2007. Before Tyco spun off Covidien, he was the director of capital markets for Tyco International.
Leap Wireless International, a $3 billion San Diego-based wireless services company, appointed Jerry Elliot CFO and executive vice president. He replaces Walter Berger, who left to become CFO of SoftLayer Technologies. Elliot, 53, has been operating Jerry Elliot Interests, a strategic capital and leadership provider. Earlier, he was CFO for the Weather Channel, Virgin Media and Cengage Learning, and CFO and later president at Frontier Communications.
AllianceBernstein, a $2.9 billion investment management firm in New York City, named John Weisenseel CFO. He succeeds John Howard, who left in February 2011. Edward Farrell, the company’s chief accounting officer and controller, served as interim CFO. Weisenseel, 52, was CFO of McGraw-Hill’s Standard & Poor’s unit since 2007, and previously served as corporate treasurer at McGraw-Hill and Barnes & Noble and held finance and trading roles at Citigroup.
Diebold, a $2.8 billion maker of ATMs and other bank systems, appointed Christopher Macey corporate controller and vice president. He replaces Leslie Pierce, who retired after 22 years with the North Canton, Ohio, company. Macey, 39, had been vice president of corporate accounting and external reporting. Prior to joining Diebold in 2009, he spent 13 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers, including a two-year stint in the firm’s national technical office.