Agilent Technologies last week said that Senior Vice President of Finance and Treasurer David Cooper will leave the company effective Nov. 3 to join Art.com as its CFO.
 
Corporate controller Didier Hirsch will become vice president and controller and Hilliard Terry, director of investor relations, will move into the role of vice president and treasurer at Agilent. Terry will continue to serve in his present position until the company names a successor.
 

 

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