HALLIBURTON NAMES GAUNT CFO

C. Christopher Gaut was named CFO and executive vice president of Houston-based Halliburton Co., a $12.5 billion provider of oil field services, which is undergoing a probe of its accounting by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Gaut, 46, joins Halliburton from Ensco International Inc., a $698 million offshore drilling contractor, where he was one of three people sharing the role of president and chief operating officer, and where he had been CFO since 1988. He succeeds Doug Foshee, who was named chief operating officer of Halliburton.

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