Frederic F. Brace was appointed CFO of United Airlines and its parent, UAL. He
replaces Douglas A. Hacker, who became president of United NewVentures, UAL's
Internet initiatives and investments unit. Before joining Arlington Heights,
Ill.-based United in 1988, Brace held finance management positions at
Dallas-based rival American Airlines.

Nasdaq named David P. Warren CFO, formalizing an interim position he has held
since July, when predecessor Gordon Martin left for personal reasons. Warren,
47, joined Nasdaq as chief administrative officer in January 2001. Before that,
he was CFO of the Long Island Power Authority.

InterDent promoted L. Theodore Van Eerden, 45, to CFO from chief development
officer, the post he held for four years. He succeeds Norman Huffaker, 54, who
remains at the El Segundo, Calif.-based dental management services company as
vice president of finance.

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