Reno Air Chief Financial Officer B.J. Rone resigned yesterday, the first major change since new Chief Executive Joe O'Gorman took the helm two weeks ago. No new CFO was named. Rone, who did not have airline experience, had held the position since July. "We really don't view it as a negative; it's part of a changing of the guard," said Philip Platek, analyst with Forum Capital Markets. The new lead financial person will have several immediate tasks, analysts say. Reno lost $11.6 ...


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