First Data Corp. has named Ed Labry, a 30-year veteran of the company system, as interim CEO while it looks for a permanent candidate. 

Mr. Labry replaces Jonathan Judge, who stepped down Jan. 11 for health reasons. 

The global payment-processing company posted a $179 million loss in the fourth quarter of 2012, according to a Jan. 29 earnings release. 

Visit www.firstdata.com for more information. 

 

President Obama announced his plans for an executive action on Nov. 20 to address the immigration process in the United States. Daryl Buffenstein and Kevin Miner, partners in the Atlanta office of the immigration law firm Fragomen Worldwide, expressed appreciation for the president’s actions, but stated that the proposed changes “do not go far enough and are no substitute for comprehensive immigration reform.” More
President Obama announced his plans for an executive action on Nov. 20 to address the immigration process in the United States. Daryl Buffenstein and Kevin Miner, partners in the Atlanta office of the immigration law firm Fragomen Worldwide, expressed appreciation for the president’s actions, but stated that the proposed changes “do not go far enough and are no substitute for comprehensive immigration reform.” More