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The Economist

February 8th, 1999 by

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Editors at this weekly international business newspaper don’t break the stereotype of hard-nose newspaper journalists. Courting these bureau chiefs was no easy feat, as most weren’t concerned with returning our calls. You’ll …

New Hires
Advertising and marcom house Accent Communications, Boston, hires Patti Marxsen as senior account executive on the technology side; previously, she owned her own contracting business, The Write Woman, Boston.Cohn & Wolfe, New York, hires Chris Sorek as global …

Nothing sells newspapers like a war. In September, The New York Times saw its newsstand circulation shoot up 37 percent (as reported on MSNBC), and other publications around
the country have seen a similar rise in readership in the wake of …

In October 1999, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave its blessing
for soy products to be marketed as a “cholesterol-reducing food.” Suddenly,
consumers who’d previously turned their noses up at tofu began to reconsider
the merits of soy. To …

Media Moves

October 15th, 2001 by

National News
Rick Flaste, former senior editor for special projects at The New York Times, joins The Los Angeles Times as features editor. Phone the editorial desk at 213/237-7000 … Keith
Bradsher, Detroit bureau chief for The New York Times, is …

When hijacked airplanes smashed into the Twin Towers on Sept. 11, Merrill Lynch evacuated 9,000 employees — nearly 20% of its work force — from headquarters adjacent to the
World Trade Center. The firm immediately found itself in a crisis of unimaginable proportions. …

Media Moves

October 8th, 2001 by

National News: Robin Grossman joins Us Weekly as fashion assistant, replacing Marisa Rubin, who left to join Mademoiselle. Email Business/Financial: On September 24, we incorrectly reported that Betty Liu, Atlanta bureau chief
for The Financial Times, …

Media Insight: DNR

September 24th, 2001 by

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DNR, the B2B bible of the menswear business, is approaching its 110-year anniversary and looking rather dapper. The magazine went under the knife for a massive …


September 10th, 2001 by

Karen Miller, associate professor of the Department of Advertising/Public Relations at the University of Georgia, Athens, wins a 2001 Pathfinder Award from the Institute for
Public Relations. The Pathfinder Award is awarded in recognition of original scholarly research that has …