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ComScore names CFO

ComScore Inc. promoted Gregory Fink to CFO and treasurer of the company, effective Oct. 17.

Fink joined comScore earlier this month as executive vice president of finance, according to a Form 8-K filed Oct. 17. Previously, Fink was senior vice president, controller and chief accounting officer at Fannie Mae since 2011.

David Kay, who was serving as the company's interim CFO and treasurer, will continue to provide consulting services to comScore on behalf of CrossCountry Consulting LLC in connection with the company's restatement and audit process.

Also, Michelle McKenna-Doyle joined the company's board as an independent director. The appointment of McKenna-Doyle, who is currently senior vice president and chief information officer at the National Football League, was proposed by Starboard Value LP, one of comScore's largest shareholders.

The new appointment will increase comScore's board size to nine members.