Visteon names former Boeing executive as CFO


CHICAGO, May 26 (Reuters) - Auto parts maker Visteon Corp. said on Wednesday it has appointed James F. Palmer, a former Boeing Co. executive, as chief financial officer, effective June 2. Palmer, 54, held a variety of senior management positions at Boeing, as well as McDonnell Douglas Corp., prior to the merger of the two companies in 1997. His most recent position, until February 2004, was senior vice president of Boeing. He also served as president of Boeing. He replaces Dan Coulson, ...

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