Family Dollar Promotes Burt, Styka to New Finance Posts

MATTHEWS, N.C.-Family Dollar has elevated Steven Burt and David Styka to newly created positions in its finance department.

Burt, divisional vice president-treasury, has been named vice president and treasurer. Styka, divisional vice president-tax, has been appointed vice president of finance. Both executives report to Ken Smith, senior vice president and chief financial officer.

Burt has assumed responsibility over accounts payable and payroll in his new post, and retains his responsibility over the treasury and cash-management teams. Styka now oversees the accounting team and continues in charge of tax and inventory control.

In announcing the new roles for Burt and Styka, Family Dollar also said Marty Sowers, senior vice president-finance, has left the company to pursue other interests.

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