Texas Instruments, the Dallas-basedsemiconductor company with $13.9 billion in 2010 revenue, namedAlan Boyd treasurer and vice president. Hesucceeds Charlie Tobin, who is retiring after 31years with the company. Boyd was the company's director offinancial reporting since 2009. Since joining Texas Instruments in1986, he has held various finance positions, including serving asfinance director for TI Philippines.

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Pepco Holdings, the $7 billion Washington-basedutility, named Donna Kinzel vice president ofinvestor relations. Kinzel served as the company's director ofinvestor relations since 2004. She was named assistant treasurer in1999, after joining a Pepco unit, Delmarva Power, in 1990.

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David Khani has joined ConsolEnergy, a $5.2 billion coal and gas producer inPittsburgh, as vice president of finance. Khani joins Consol fromFBR Capital Markets, where he was co-director of research, leadinga team of more than 80 analysts covering 450 companies. Khani alsoserved as co-group head of FBR's energy and natural resourcesgroup.

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Catalyst Health Solutions, a $3.7 billionpharmacy benefits manager in Rockville, Md., named TimothyPearson CFO and executive vice president. He succeedsHai Tran, who stepped down in June to pursue otherbusiness interests. Deirdre Kramer, the company'scorporate controller and senior vice president of finance, servedas interim CFO. Pearson, 43, joins Catalyst from MedImmune, wherehe was CFO since 2007. Earlier, Pearson served as the company'streasurer and vice president of finance. He joined MedImmune in1998.

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Coach, the $3.6 billion accessoriesmanufacturer, hired Jane Nielsen to serve as CFOand executive vice president, effective Sept. 1. She succeedsMichael Devine III, the company's CFO since 2001,who announced earlier this year that he will retire at the end ofAugust. Nielsen, 47, joins Coach from PepsiCo, where she mostrecently served as CFO and senior vice president of PepsicoBeverages America and the company's global nutrition group, whichhad combined revenue of more than $17 billion. In 15 years atPepsiCo, she worked in M&A, investor relations and strategicplanning. Prior to joining PepsiCo, Nielsen worked at consultancyMarakon Associates and was an analyst at Credit Suisse FirstBoston.

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Frank Martell was named CFO at $1.6 billionCoreLogic, an analytics and business servicescompany in Santa Ana, Calif. He succeeds BuddyPiszel, who stepped down in February after receiving aWells notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission related tohis stint as CFO of Freddie Mac. Martell, 51, most recently waspresident and CEO of the Western Institutional Review Board.Earlier, he served as CFO and executive vice president at bothAdvantage Sales and Marketing and Information Services Group.Martell spent 11 years at ACNielsen, where his last position wasCOO, and 15 years in finance at GE.

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Ruth's Hospitality Group, the operator ofRuth's Chris Steak House restaurants and other dining chains, namedArne Haak CFO. He succeeds BobVincent, who was named to the new position of senior vicepresident of corporate strategy. Haak, 43, joins the company fromAirTran Airways, a subsidiary of Southwest Airlines, where heserved as CFO since 2008. From 2005 to 2008, he was AirTran'streasurer and vice president of finance, and from 2001 to 2005, hewas director of corporate finance. Earlier, he spent seven years inpricing and revenue management positions at U.S. Airways. Ruth'sHospitality Group is based in Heathrow, Fla., and had $357.6million in 2010 revenue.

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