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Delta Air Lines (DAL: Quote, DALRQ.PK) said it has appointed Paul Jacobson as senior vice president and chief financial officer, effective March 1. Jacobson, currently Delta's senior vice president and treasurer, would report to Delta President, Edward Bastian.

Jacobson, a 15-year veteran of Delta, would join Delta's Corporate Leadership Team and assume responsibilities from Hank Halter, Delta's current CFO, following his decision to retire from Delta. Jacobson joined Delta in 1997 as an analyst and has held positions of increasing responsibility since that time.

In addition, Gary Chase would join Delta as senior vice president, Financial Planning & Analysis and Investor Relations. Chase joins Delta from Barclays Capital where he has served as managing director, Equity Research. Also, Mike Randolfi has been promoted from vice president to senior vice president, Finance and Controller.

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