Devinder Kumar of AMDAMD, the $5.9 billionsemiconductor company in Sunnyvale, Calif., appointedDevinder Kumar CFO and senior vice president.Kumar, the company's corporate controller since 2001, has served asinterim CFO since September, when Thomas Seifertannounced his departure. Seifert has since joined Brightstar asfinance chief. Kumar, 57, pictured at right, has worked at AMD formore than 28 years.

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Apria Healthcare Group, aprovider of medical therapies and equipment with $2.3 billion inrevenue, said Peter Reynolds, thechief accounting officer and controller, will take on theadditional title of principal financial officer as CFOChris Karkenny exits the company.Reynolds, 54, joined Lake Forest, Calif.-based Apria as chiefaccounting officer and controller in 2007 after serving as chiefaccounting officer and senior vice president at Skilled HealthcareGroup and as senior vice president of finance and corporatecontroller at PacifiCare Health Systems. He has also worked atDeloitte & Touche and Ernst & Young.

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Dwight Blake of Huntington IngallsHuntington IngallsIndustries, the $6.6 billion shipbuilder spun off byNorthrop Grumman last year, named Dwayne Blakecorporate vice president of investor relations and appointedScott Stabler to succeed Blake as corporate vicepresident of internal audit. Blake, 50, pictured at left, succeedsAndy Green, who is moving to the company's NewportNews Shipbuilding division to serve as vice president of componentfabrication and assembly. Blake joined Newport News Shipbuilding in1984 and since then has worked in engineering, treasury, businessmanagement, contracts and pricing and planning. He was namedcorporate vice president of internal audit in March 2011.Scott Stabler of Huntington IngallsStabler, 52, picturedat right, also joined Newport News Shipbuilding in 1984 and sincethen has worked in engineering, supply chain, business developmentand program management. He was named corporate vice president ofoperations in March 2011.

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Coinstar, a $2.2 billion provider ofcoin-counting kiosks and DVD rental kiosks in Bellevue, Wash., saidGalen Smith will succeed J. Scott DiValerio as CFO when Di Valerio becomes CEO in April.Smith, 36, has been senior vice president of the company's RedboxAutomated Retail unit since 2011 and earlier served as Coinstar'svice president of finance and treasurer.

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Cooper Cos., a $1.4 billion medical devicecompany in Pleasanton, Calif., named Brian Andrewstreasurer. He succeeds Albert White III, whocontinues to serve as the company's chief strategy officer and vicepresident of investor relations. Andrews has been the company'sassistant treasurer since 2006. Prior to joining Cooper, he workedin corporate and investment banking at Keybanc Capital Markets andas an investment banker at ING Barings.

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Richard Manson of Olympic SteelOlympic Steel, aCleveland-based distributor of processed carbon and steel with $1.4billion in revenue in 2011, appointed RichardManson treasurer and vice president. RichardMarabito, the company's CFO, previously had the title oftreasurer as well. Manson, 44, most recently served as thecompany's vice president of human resources and administration. Inhis 17 years with Olympic, he has also served as director of taxesand risk management and as treasurer and corporate controller.

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Progress Software, a $484 million softwarecompany in Bedford, Mass., named Chris Perkins CFOand senior vice president of finance and administration. Perkinsreplaces Melissa Cruz, the company's CFO sinceJuly, who is retiring. Perkins, 50, previously served as CFO atEclipsys Corp., as CFO and COO at Per-Se Technologies, and as COOat Emageon. He also worked at AGCO and began his career at ArthurAndersen.

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Hartford Mutual Funds, a unit of HartfordFinancial Services with $87.3 billion in assets under management,appointed Gregory Frost as CFO, which is a newposition. Frost, 42, previously served as CFO at Janus Funds. Priorto joining Janus, he worked at Price Waterhouse.

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Susan Kelly

Susan Kelly is a business journalist who has written for Treasury & Risk, FierceCFO, Global Finance, Financial Week, Bridge News and The Bond Buyer.