Gerry Laderman is back as United’s acting chief financial officer (CFO) once again following Andrew Levy resignation this week. The carrier will “immediately” begin a search for a permanent replacement, the airline said yesterday. Levy had been CFO for less than two years, and Laderman had served as interim CFO before Levy, a former executive at discount carrier Allegiant Air, joined United in August 2016. United also hired Scott Kirby that month from rival American Airlines to be United’s new president. Levy wrote on his LinkedIn page that he is “considering several exciting opportunities and will choose one in the
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