TE Connectivity, a $14 billion manufacturing company formerly known as Tyco Electronics, named Robert Hau CFO and executive vice president. He succeeds Terrence Curtin, who was named president of a new industrial solutions unit that includes the company’s industrial, energy, aerospace, defense and marine businesses. Hau, 46, most recently was CFO and EVP at Lennox International. Earlier, he worked at Honeywell, where he served as CFO of the aerospace unit from 2006 to 2006. Lennox International, a $3.3 billion Richardson, Texas, heating, air conditioning and refrigeration company, named Joseph Reitmeier CFO to replace Hau. Reitmeier, 47, was previously CFO and vice president of Lennox’s commercial heating and cooling unit.
Barnes & Noble, the $7.1 billion New York-based bookseller, named Thomas Donohue treasurer and vice president. Donohue, 42, succeeds Maria Florez, who left the company. He joins Barnes & Noble from the Interpublic Group, an advertising and marketing company where he was vice president and assistant treasurer for the international unit. Barnes & Noble also named Andy Milevoj vice president of investor relations. Milevoj joined the company’s finance department in 1999 and most recently served as director of investor relations.