H&R Block, the $4 billion provider of tax, financial, accounting and business consulting services and products, based in Kansas City, Mo., has named Becky S. Shulman, senior vice president and treasurer, as interim CFO. Shulman, 43, replaces William L. Trubeck, who resigned as executive vice president and CFO. Trubeck will stay with the company through the end of the year as a consultant, to help smooth the transition. Shulman joined H&R Block in six years ago as vice president and treasurer, and was promoted to senior vice president in 2006. Before coming to H&R, she was chief investment officer of U.S. Central Credit from 1998 to 2001.

The $87 billion provider of products and services for the healthcare industry, with headquarters in Dublin, Ohio, appointed CFO Jeffrey W. Henderson to the added position of interim CEO, following the resignation of Mark W. Parrish. Henderson, 42, joined Cardinal Health in 2005 from Eli Lilly Canada Inc., where he was president and general manager. Henderson came to Eli Lilly Canada as vice president and corporate treasurer, and later served as corporate controller. Prior to joining the company in 1998, Henderson held numerous international management positions with General Motors Corp.

Applebee's International Inc., the $1.3 billion causal-dining chain, with headquarters in Overland Park, Kan., has announced the resignation of Steven K. Lumpkin, who was CFO, treasurer and director. Lumpkin, 52, began his career 30 years ago at Price Waterhouse LLP, where, for 12 years, he was a management consulting partner and CPA. In 1990, he joined Kimberly Quality Care, a division of Oltsen Corp., as executive vice president and a member of the board of directors, serving until 1993, when he became senior vice president of Kimberly Quality Care. Lumpkin came to Applebee's in May 1995 as vice president of administration, and by January of the next year was promoted to senior vice president. In November 1997, the company named him senior vice president of strategic development, and a little more than a year later, he was promoted again to executive vice president. In 2001, Lumpkin was appointed chief development officer; he became CFO and treasurer the following year.

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