Week in review: Altria, Lockheed Martin, Cardinal Health, and more!

Anne Chou March 22, 2020
Week in review
Week in review

As all of us continue to navigate the global coronavirus crisis, we would like to take a moment to thank the people who are working tirelessly on the front lines of the pandemic – our health care workers, grocery workers, police officers, childcare workers and many others providing essential services – to ensure our collective health and safety.

We are starting to see less executive movement, which is not surprising given that companies are primarily focused on crisis management for their businesses. As the situation remains fluid, we’ll continue to cover the executive moves that occur during this unprecedented time.

This week, Altria’s chief executive is taking a temporary medical leave of absence as a result of contracting coronavirus, becoming one of the first CEOs of a major U.S. company to be diagnosed with COVID-19. Read more about this and other notable executive changes:

Altria Group CEO Howard Willard Contracts Coronavirus, Takes Medical Leave

Howard Willard, chairman and CEO of tobacco giant Altria Group, has contracted coronavirus and is taking a temporary medical leave. Read more here.

Lockheed Martin Names Aerospace Veteran James Taiclet as New CEO

Lockheed Martin CEO Marillyn Hewson will step down from the role in June and be succeeded by James Taiclet, chief executive of American Tower. Read more here.

Cardinal Health Names Jason Hollar as New CFO

Jason Hollar was named CFO of healthcare giant Cardinal Health. He joins the company from Tenneco, where he served as finance chief. Read more here.

General Motors Co. Announces Executive Leadership Changes

General Motors announces executive leadership changes, including the appointment of a new chief technology officer and chief communications officer. Read more here.

Boeing’s HR Leader to Leave the Troubled Aerospace Giant

Boeing’s senior vice president of Human Resources, Heidi Capozzi, will depart the company in early April to pursue another opportunity. Read more here.

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