Former Citibank CFO Heidi Miller was named CFO of Bank One Corp., which has $260 billion of assets and $24.5 billion in 2001 revenues, after joining the Chicago-based bank in March as executive vice president of strategy and development. The prior CFO, Charles Scharf, 37, was named Bank One's chief executive officer of retail. Miller, 49, worked with Bank One Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon at Citibank. She made headlines in early 2000 when left Citibank's CFO to join tiny e-commerce start-up Inc., in a move that seemed to exemplify the dot-com frenzy of the time. She spent less than a year at priceline, jumping in January 2001 to insurance services company Marsh Inc., where she was vice chairman. Some analysts see Miller's naming as CFO as a sign that Dimon is preparing to do some deals, given her experience integrating acquisitions at Citibank.


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