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CSX announces leadership changes

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Jacksonville, Fl., USA - September 10, 2015, Jacksonville, Fl., USA - CSX, a railroad company, announced a number of senior management changes, including the resignation of Oscar Munoz, who has been named president and chief executive of United Continental Holdings, Inc.




Clarence W. Gooden is appointed President, overseeing both Operations and Sales and Marketing, from his previous position as Executive Vice President and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer.

Mr. Gooden has helped lead CSX's growth and value pricing efforts, serving as Executive Vice President and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer since 2004. His career with CSX and its predecessor companies has provided him with more than 40 years of experience in Operations and Sales and Marketing.

Fredrik J. Eliasson is appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Sales and Marketing Officer from his previous position as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Mr. Eliasson has helped develop and lead strategic initiatives, particularly in efficiency and capital allocation, since his appointment as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in 2012.

He previously served in key Sales and Marketing and Finance leadership roles, including as vice president of the chemicals and fertilizer business, vice president of emerging markets, vice president of commercial finance, and vice president of financial planning and analysis. He joined the company in 1995.

Cindy M. Sanborn is appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of CSX Transportation, Inc., from her prior position as Executive Vice President-Operations.

Ms. Sanborn has helped lead the company's operating performance and Service Excellence initiatives in the role she took on earlier this year as Executive Vice President-Operations and in leadership positions of increasing responsibility in Operations, including as vice president and chief transportation officer and vice president-northern region. She joined CSX in 1987.

Frank A. Lonegro is appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer from his previous position as Vice President-Service Design.

Mr. Lonegro has helped shape and lead efficiency and capital strategies in positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as vice president-service design and before that president of CSX Technology, vice president-mechanical, vice president-internal audit and associate general counsel. He joined the company in 1999.

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