Lowe’s shares falls after home-improvement store names interim CFO

Lowe’s shares falls after home-improvement store names interim CFO

Shares of Lowe’s Cos. LOW, -0.87% fell in Thursday’s extended session after the home-improvement retailer announced that it has appointed Tiffany Mason as interim chief financial officer, effective Oct. 5. She will hold the position until David Denton, who was named CFO in late August, joins the company. Denton is currently serving as finance chief at CVS Health Corp. CVS, -0.64% and will come aboard once CVS’s deal to buy Aetna AET, +0.37% closes. Lowe’s slid 0.7% after hours.

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