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E-Flash

August 17th, 2000 by

HPRMN is introducing a new department that will provide an interactive soundboard for your healthcare marketing questions and comments submitted to our Web site at
http://PrandMarketing.com. The site provides a forum where you get to ask industry questions …

Media Moves

August 14th, 2000 by

Lewis Braham leaves SmartMoney.com to join BusinessWeek
as staff editor covering mutual funds. 718/921-8922. John Shinal, previously
with Forbes.com, joins as correspondent covering networking and telecommunications
– a beat previously held by deputy bureau chief Andy Reinhardt. Reinhardt …

Media Moves

July 24th, 2000 by

Allison Bass, writer for the Living section at the Boston Globe,
leaves to become senior editor at CIO, 508/872-8200. Contact Fiona
Luis, Living editor, at 617/929- 2800…Tom Cekay, former interactive news editor
for the Chicago Tribune Internet Edition, joins the …

I/R Means Education

July 24th, 2000 by

New investors continue to enter the bull market in droves, but they aren’t born experts. Many are craving extra guidance about how to invest in what they perceive as increasingly complex and volatile
markets. Americans are generally excited about the …

Media Moves

July 17th, 2000 by

Peter Svensson replaces David Kalish as business writer at AP, covering gadgets, large business deals, and consumers’ impact on technology. psvensson@ap.org. Kalish now writes for the National desk…Senior writer Susan Kuchinskas leaves Business 2.0 to become news
editor …

People Moves

July 17th, 2000 by

Corporate Moves
Steve Lubetkin is named VP of corporate communications for Summit Bank, where he will oversee media relations, PR and employee communications. He was
previously director, internal communications for Standard & Poor’s New York.
Sega of America appoints Gwendolyn Marker …

Editorial Calendar Alert

July 10th, 2000 by

Get an Edge. Time to plan ahead for the Sept. 8 cover story in ComputorEdge, a regional weekly targeting novice and intermediate computer users and shoppers.
“Computers, Kids, and Education” will examine how digital technology is reshaping the world of education (…

Hotline

July 10th, 2000 by

MakeShift. Roughly 30 employees at Shift magazine have agreed to take a 35% pay cut in exchange for an equity stake in the title as a means of keeping it afloat
until it can be bought by a U.S. publisher or …