Sharon McCollam, CFO, Best BuyBest Buy, the$50.7 billion Richfield, Minn.-based electronics retailer,appointed Sharon McCollam, CFO and chiefadministrative officer. She succeeds JamesMuehlbauer, who resigned. McCollam, 50, pictured atright, retired from Williams-Sonoma earlier this year as CFO, COOand executive vice president. She also served as a director from2010 to 2012. Previously, she was CFO at Dole Fresh Vegetables, aunit of Dole Foods, from 1996 to 2000.

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Sun Bancorp, a bank holding company with $3.2billion in assets, named Thomas Brugger CFO andexecutive vice president of its Vineland, N.J.-based subsidiary,Sun National Bank. He succeeds Robert Crowl, wholeft to become CFO of PHH in April. Brugger, 45, previously was CFOand executive vice president at Customers Bancorp and itssubsidiary Customers Bank. Earlier he was corporate treasurer,chief investment officer and portfolio manager at SovereignBank.

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Leap Wireless, a $3 billion wireless serviceprovider, named Perley McBride CFO and executivevice president. He succeeds Jerry Elliot, who waspromoted to president and COO of the San Diego, Calif.-basedcompany. McBride, 46, recently served as executive vice presidentof finance at The Weather Company. Previously he was corporate vicepresident of financial planning and analysis at FrontierCommunications and worked in accounting and finance at Sprint PCSand Citizens Communications.

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Zynga, the $1.1 billion games provider,promoted its chief accounting officer, MarkVranesh, to CFO. He replaces Dave Wehner,who is leaving for a senior finance position at Facebook. Vranesh,45, joined the San Francisco-based company as CFO in 2008 andbecame chief accounting officer in 2010. Previously, he was vicepresident of finance and administration and corporate controller atFortinet and worked in finance at Support.com.

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W.P. Carey, a $336 million provider of financeand investment management for companies, named CatherineRice CFO and managing director, effective in 2013. Shewill succeed Mark DeCesaris, who isresigning. Rice most recently was managing principal atParmenter Realty Partners. She served as CFO at iStar Financialfrom 2002 to 2009. Earlier, she worked in real estate investment atBanc of America Securities, Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch.

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Mark Schlei, CFO, Sparton Corp.Sparton Corp., a$223 million provider of electromechanical devices, appointedMark Schlei CFO. He replaces GregSlome, who is leaving the Schaumburg, Ill., company topursue other interests. Schlei, 49, pictured at left, most recentlywas CFO at Paperworks Industries. Previously he served as CFO atThetford Corp. and Lake City Industries and corporatecontroller at Littelfuse Inc. and worked in finance at NewellCo.

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