Hyperion Solutions Corp., a $702.6 million business performance software provider based in Santa Clara, Calif., named Robin Washington CFO. She succeeds David Odell, who is retiring. Washington, 43, joined Hyperion from PeopleSoft Inc., where she served as senior vice president of finance and controller. After joining PeopleSoft in 1996, she held positions in international finance, treasury, and corporate finance. Previously, Washington worked at Tandem Computers Inc. as director of finance and Deloitte & Touche LLP as a senior auditor.

Jeffrey Speed joined Six Flags Inc. from Euro Disney SAS as CFO and executive vice president. He replaces James Dannhauser, who is leaving the $1 billion Oklahoma City-based amusement park operator in April. Speed, 43, had served since 2003 as CFO and senior vice president at Euro Disney SAS, where he was a key contributor to the development of the company's long-term strategy. Previously, he worked at The Walt Disney Co. as vice president of corporate finance and assistant treasurer, where his responsibilities included structured and finance initiatives, including Euro Disney and Hong Kong Disneyland.

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