Tyson Foods Inc.
on Tuesday shuffled its leadership team.
The meat processor said Stewart Glendinning will transition to group president, prepared foods from his current role as executive vice president and chief financial officer. He succeeds Noelle O’Mara, who left the company to pursue other opportunities.
John Tyson succeeds Glendinning as CFO.
Amy Tu has been named president, international and chief administrative officer, expanding her current role as executive vice president, chief legal officer and secretary, global governance and corporate affairs.
The changes are effective Oct. 2.
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