Iron Mountain says CFO McKeon is leaving

Iron Mountain says Brian McKeon, its CFO since 2007, will resign on Oct. 31

Associated Press

BOSTON (AP) -- Information storage and management company Iron Mountain said Thursday that Chief Financial Officer Brian McKeon will leave the company to pursue other opportunities.

Iron Mountain said McKeon will step down Oct. 31 and will stay with the company through the end of the year for transition purposes. McKeon, 51, has been the company's CFO since April 2007.

Roderick Day, the CFO of Iron Mountain's international business, will become acting CFO of the company while Iron Mountain looks for a full-time replacement. The company said Day, 49, has worked for Iron Mountain since 2008.

In morning trading, shares of Iron Mountain added 52 cents, or 2 percent, to $26.21.

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