More NewsBarnes & Noble’s CFO Joseph Lombardi Resigns

Barnes & Noble's CFO Joseph Lombardi Resigns

Barnes & Noble, a large US bookseller, has announced that Joseph Lombardi, chief financial officer (CFO), has resigned from his current position, but will remain a non-officer employee until mid-2012 to assist in the transition as the company undertakes an executive search for a new CFO. The company has appointed Allen Lindstrom, vice president, corporate controller, to interim CFO until a replacement is named.

Lindstrom joined Barnes & Noble in November 2007 as vice president and corporate controller. He is also principal accounting officer of the company. Prior to that, Lindstrom was CFO at Liberty Travel.

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