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December 10, 2017

Leaderboard - Jan. 2006

Martha Brannigan | 1/1/2006
>> Mark Begelman was tapped as executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Bank-Atlantic. Begelman was a founder and former CEO of Mars Music and a former president and chief operating officer of Office Depot...

>> Gary Larsen was named chief financial officer of Boca Raton-based Artesyn Technologies...

>> B. Michael Adler was named chairman and chief executive officer of VoIP, a Fort Lauderdale-based communications concern based on voice over internet technology. David Sasnett was named chief financial officer at VoIP. Sasnett was most recently president of Secure Enterprises...

>> Walter K. Robinson was named a senior vice president in the Miami office of Transwestern Commercial Services, and Laurel D. Oswald joined as vice president. Both are moving over from Trammell Crow Co...

>> BankUnited Financial Corp. in Coral Gables named James R. Foster executive vice president, corporate finance. He was previously an organizational consultant at Right Management Consultants and an executive vice president and chief financial officer with JM Family Enterprises.

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