JetBlue’s CFO Ed Barnes Resigns; Treasurer Mark Powers to Step in as Interim CFO

JetBlue Airways has announced the resignation of Ed Barnes, chief financial officer (CFO). Barnes joined JetBlue in 2006 as vice president, cost management and financial analysis, and was promoted to CFO in 2008.

Mark Powers, treasurer, will serve the company as CFO for an interim period as the company conducts a search for a new CFO. Powers joined JetBlue in 2006 as treasurer and vice president corporate finance. He was promoted to senior vice president (SVP) treasurer in 2007.


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