Microtune, a receiver solutions company that designs advanced radio frequency (RF) and demodulator electronics, has announced the resignation of chief financial officer (CFO) Jeffrey Kupp, who has accepted the position of CFO at Genband. Kupp will continue to serve as Microtune’s CFO through 4 December 2009 and will work with the company on transition activities through late December.
Justin Chapman, Microtune’s current vice president of accounting, has been appointed interim CFO. Chapman has been with the company for more than eight years and has been vice president of accounting for five years.
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