Eddie W. Neely, 57, is the new CFO and executive vice president of Alpha Natural Resources, the $1.9 billion coal supplier, based in Abingdon, Va. Neely replaces David S. Steube, 68, who is retiring. Neely served as secretary of a predecessor company to Alpha and has served as vice president and controller of Alpha since its formation in November 2004.

David Robinson, 43, becomes the new CFO on March 1 of Apartment Investment and Management Company, the $1.7 billion real estate investment trust, based in Denver, Colo. Robinson has also been promoted to president and chief investment officer. Previously, he was executive vice president and chief investment officer of Aimco and president and chief executive officer of Aimco Capital. Robinson replaces Tom Herzog, who resigns but remains with the company in an advisory capacity.

Paul J. Pucino, 48, was named CFO and executive vice president of THQ Inc., the $1 billion developer and publisher of interactive entertainment software and video games, based in Agoura Hills, Calif. Pucino brings broad financial leadership, corporate development and investor relations experience to THQ. Most recently, Pucino served as executive vice president and CFO of Classmates Media Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of United Online.

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