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E-learning firm Docent names new CFO

E-learning infrastructure company Docent said Monday it appointed Arthur T. Taylor as its new chief financial officer. Taylor, who will report to Chief Executive Dave Ellett at Mountain View, Calif.-based Docent, will replace Don Lundgren, who is leaving the company at the end of April. The appointment of Taylor, who previously served as corporate treasurer and financial planner for 3Com, comes at a time of particularly high turnover for CFOs in the technology and e-commerce niches. It also comes as Wall Street buoys the stock prices of many e-learning companies, which some investors see as more resistant to economic downturns than other dot-coms.

E-learning infrastructure company Docent said Monday it appointed Arthur T. Taylor as its new chief financial officer. Taylor, who will report to Chief Executive Dave Ellett at Mountain View, Calif.-based Docent, will replace Don Lundgren, who is leaving the company at the end of April.

The appointment of Taylor, who previously served as corporate treasurer and financial planner for 3Com, comes at a time of particularly high turnover for CFOs in the technology and e-commerce niches. It also comes as Wall Street buoys the stock prices of many e-learning companies, which some investors see as more resistant to economic downturns than other dot-coms.