More NewsDoubleClick CFO To Leave August 10

DoubleClick CFO To Leave August 10

New York-based DoubleClick said VP of finance Bruce Dalziel would serve as acting CFO until a permanent replacement is found.

Online ad serving giant DoubleClick, Inc. on Tuesday announced chief financial officer Stephen Collins will step down on August 10 but will continue to work through the first quarter next year to help with “strategic initiatives.”

In a statement, the New York-based DoubleClick said VP of finance Bruce Dalziel would serve as acting CFO until a permanent replacement is found.

Over the last six months, DoubleClick said Collins had taken on other responsibilities within the company, including working with the technology department as interim chief information officer.

Dalziel joined DoubleClick last year as VP of financial planning, analysis and investor relations. Prior to DoubleClick, he spent 14 years at Prudential in key executive roles in the US and Asia.

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