ConvaTec named John Cannon acting CFO following the departure of Edward Borkowski, who left the company for undisclosed reasons. Cannon moved up the ranks from his former position as VP of finance for the company’s global operations.
Before ConvaTec, Cannon worked in banking at PMC Treasury, Singer Sewing and Bankers Trust/Deutsche Bank.
CEO Ken Berger thanked the former finance chief Borkowski for his "contributions to ConvaTec’s success over the past year," according to a prepared statement.
Digirad Corp. president steps into the corner office
Digirad Corp.’s (NSDQ:DRAD) CEO Todd Clyde handed over the reigns to former president Matthew Molchan, who will take over the corner office this week. Clyde will stay on as a consultant through December 31, according to regulatory filings. Molchan will get a salary bump along with the new title, from $275,000 to $300,000 and will take a seat on the company’s board of directors.
NeurOptics pulls a former CEO as company president
NeurOptics hired former CEO William Worthen as company president to oversee its pupil-measuring products for patients with brain damage. Worthen has worked several top positions at neurology care companies including Silk Road Medical, Alsius Corp. and Neuro Navigational Corp.