Micron Technology said that its chief financial officer, David Zinsner, is stepping down
Micron Technology said that its chief financial officer, David Zinsner, is stepping down from his job at the memory chipmaker to take on the same position at Intel.
Micron (MU) announced Zinsner’s departure after the close of trading. The company said Sumit Sadana, currently Micron’s (MU) executive vice president and chief business officer, will serve as interim CFO while the company searches for a permanent replacement for Zinsner.
Chipmaker Intel Corp on Monday appointed Micron Technology Inc (MU.O) finance head David Zinsner as its chief financial officer and executive vice president.
Zinsner, who will assume the role on Jan. 17, joined Micron in 2018 and has more than 20 years of financial and operational experience in semiconductors and manufacturing.
Micron, meanwhile, named Chief Business Officer Sumit Sadana as interim CFO and said it is searching for a permanent finance head.
Intel had earlier said CFO George Davis will retire in May.