US airline, American Airlines has appointed Tom Horton as its new chief
financial officer to replace British-born finance chief, James Beer, who
resigned in February to join software security group, Symantec.
Horton, the fourth CFO in as many years at American, is leaving
telecommunications group AT&T to take on the new role.
The post marks a return to the airline for Horton – he spent 17 years at
American before joining AT&T where he rose to the position of vice-chariman.
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