Rackspace CFO resigns, Accounting Chief takes over.

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  • The chief financial officer of Rackspace Technology, Naushaza Molu, has resigned to pursue a new opportunity in the U.K.
  • Mark Marino, the chief accounting officer, will succeed Molu in the CFO role.

Rackspace Technology, a multicloud technology services provider, has announced that its chief financial officer (CFO), Naushaza Molu, has resigned from his position. Molu has chosen to pursue a new opportunity in the U.K., where he currently resides. He will remain with the company in an advisory role until late February. Moving forward, Mark Marino, the company’s chief accounting officer, will take over as CFO. Prior to joining Rackspace, Marino served as the vice president of finance for Acelity, a medical technology company that was later acquired by 3M.

This change in leadership comes as Rackspace Technology continues to navigate its position in the multicloud technology services industry. As businesses increasingly adopt multicloud strategies to optimize their operations, Rackspace provides services and support to help them effectively manage their cloud environments. The role of the CFO is crucial in overseeing the company’s financial operations and ensuring its financial stability and growth. Molu’s resignation and Marino’s appointment indicate a smooth transition in the company’s financial leadership.

Rackspace Technology has been focused on expanding its services and capabilities to meet the evolving needs of its customers. In recent years, the company has made strategic acquisitions and partnerships to enhance its multicloud offerings. With Marino now stepping into the CFO role, he will likely play a key role in shaping the company’s financial strategy and supporting its growth initiatives.

It remains to be seen how Molu’s departure will impact Rackspace Technology’s operations and performance. However, with Marino’s strong background in finance and experience in the technology industry, he is well-positioned to lead the company’s financial functions and drive its continued success.

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