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November 06, 2012 - 10:35 AM ET

Meeting tech firm Cvent hired Pete Childs as chief financial officer. Childs previously worked at consulting firm Towers Watson, where he was "instrumental" in taking that company public in 2000 and involved in 25 acquisitions, according to Cvent.

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