Mark Loughridge was elected to the Dow Board of Directors in January 2015 and currently serves on the Audit Committee.
Mark Loughridge was named IBM's Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in May 2004. He was given the additional responsibility for Enterprise Transformation in July 2010 to lead IBM’s ongoing integration and transformation as well as continue in his role as CFO.
Mark Loughridge retired from this position in December 2013 after 36 years with IBM. He joined the company in 1977, where he started as a development engineer in the Office Products Division in Lexington, KY.
He holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering from Stanford University and completed studies at Ecole Nationale Superieure de Mecaniquein Nantes, France.
In 2010, Loughridge was rated by the buy-side analysts as the top rated CFO in the IT Hardware Sector by Institutional Investor. In 2012, he was ranked the #1 CFO in America by the Wall Street Journal, and named the "Executive Dream Team" CFO by Fortune Magazine, and the "Best CFO" in the IT hardware category by Institutional Investor.
Mark Loughridge serves on the Board of Directors of The Vanguard Group. He is also a member of the Council on Chicago Booth.
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|Dec 16, 2013||ZD Net - IBM sued for cooperating with NSA for spy program|
|Dec 16, 2013||Techworld - Pensioners sue IBM over reported NSA involvement|
|Dec 3, 2013||eWeek - IBM Pushes Smarter Infrastructure Into Emerging Markets|
|Nov 15, 2013||Tech2 - Snowden effect: US tech firms, Cisco take a hit in China - Tech2|
|Oct 18, 2013||Tech2 - IBM's China-driven slump sparks executive shakeup - Tech2|
|Oct 18, 2013||Tech2 - China revenue decline prompts shakeup at IBM - Tech2|
|Oct 16, 2013||ZD Net - IBM's Q3 mixed, hardware business thumped|