12 recent business executive moves

Becker's Hospital Review reported on the following executive moves since Aug. 1.

They are listed below, in chronological order.

1. GE is replacing CEO John Flannery, who was appointed in August 2017, with Lawrence Culp, the former CEO of Danaher.

2. JCPenney's CFO Jeffrey Davis stepped down Oct. 1. The executive move comes after the department store operator's CEO Marvin Ellison left in May, according to Business Insider.

3. Telecommunications provider CenturyLink lost $2 billion in market value Sept. 25 after its CFO Sunit Patel said he is leaving the company to oversee T-Mobile's integration with Sprint.

4. Jeff Fager, executive producer of the CBS news program "60 Minutes," left the network in the wake of multiple accusations of sexual harassment.

5. Uber hired its first global chief marketing officer, longtime Coca-Cola marketing executive Rebecca Messina.

6. After three years as president of product development at Oracle, Thomas Kurian is temporarily stepping away from the company.

7. CBS CEO Les Moonves resigned Sept. 9 after a New Yorker article outlined new allegations of sexual misconduct against him over the course of several decades.

8. Citigroup CFO John Gerspach will retire by March 1, 2019, ending his run as the longest-serving finance chief on Wall Street.

9. JPMorgan Chase hired Aproov Saxena, Google's head of product management for cloud-based artificial intelligence, to be its head of artificial intelligence and machine-learning services.

10. David Wells will step down as CFO of Netflix once he helps the company choose his successor.

11. Keith Block, vice chairman and president of Salesforce, will serve as co-CEO with Marc Benioff, who founded the company in 1999.

12. Indra Nooyi, who has served as CEO of PepsiCo since 2006, will step down from her role Oct. 3, though she will continue to serve as chairwoman of the board of directors until early next year.

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