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  • / E-Retailers

    Bluefly promotes Kara Jenny to CFO

    As Bluefly’s top financial executive, she replaces finance manager Patrick Barry, who is leaving the company. Jenny, who will report to Bluefly president and chief operating officer Barry Erdos, joined Bluefly in 1999 from Arthur Andersen LLP.

    Posted 03/24/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    As Bluefly’s top financial executive, she replaces finance manager Patrick Barry, who is leaving the company. Jenny, who will report to Bluefly president and chief operating officer Barry Erdos, joined Bluefly in 1999 from Arthur Andersen LLP.
  • / Press Release

    EC OUTLOOK NAMES NEW CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

    HOUSTON, April 25, 2001 - EC Outlook, a software provider that automates the collaborative commerce activities of Global 1000 companies and their trading partners, has named Tilak Mandadi as chief technology officer (CTO) and executive vice president of product development. In this position, Mandadi will help define the overall strategy for EC Outlook, support the alliances and partnerships efforts and lead the product development, engineering,...

    Posted 04/25/2001

    HOUSTON, April 25, 2001 - EC Outlook, a software provider that automates the collaborative commerce activities of Global 1000 companies and their trading partners, has named Tilak Mandadi as chief technology officer (CTO) and executive vice president of product development. In this position,…
  • / E-Retailers

    From CDNow to CDThen?

    CDnow.com stock tumbled another 21% this morning after an independent accountant said it wasn't sure the company will survive. In an annual report for the online music retailer filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, accounting firm Arthur Andersen raised "substantial doubt" about the company's viability, according to CBSMarketWatch.com. CDnow shares have taken a beating since its proposed merger with Columbia House was scuttled...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    CDnow.com stock tumbled another 21% this morning after an independent accountant said it wasn't sure the company will survive. In an annual report for the online music retailer filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, accounting firm Arthur Andersen raised "substantial doubt" about the…

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