Agilent announces organizational changes
Oct 26, 2006
Agilent Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:A) announced that David Cooper, senior vice president finance and treasurer, is leaving the company effective Nov. 3, 2006 to join Art.com, Inc. as its chief financial officer.
Didier Hirsch, Agilent's corporate controller, will assume the responsibility of vice president controller and tax, while Hilliard Terry, Agilent's director of investor relations, becomes vice president, treasurer, also effective Nov. 3, 2006. Both positions report to Adrian Dillon, executive vice president finance and administration and CFO. Terry will retain responsibility for investor relations until his successor is named.
Dillon said: "I want to thank David for his contributions to Agilent's success over the past 18 months, particularly those in the area of innovative financing and capitalization strategy. We will miss him, and wish him well in his new position."