American yesterday lost its Chief Financial Officer Tom Horton, who resigned to become senior executive VP and CFO of AT&T. Horton joined American in 1985 as a financial analyst and served in a number of senior positions in finance, treasury and accounting -- as well as VP-Europe -- before being named CFO in January 2000. Horton was a key player in AA's decision to acquire TWA. AA named Jeffrey Campbell to succeed Horton as the new CFO. Campbell joined AA in 1990 and has ...


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