Dow Jones Online came out with some key sales promotions yesterday. Most notable is the expansion of Brian Quinn’s role to include oversight of all advertising for DJO sites, including WSJ.com, MarketWatch.com (where he initially hailed from) and Barron’s Online.
Additionally, Rich Knopke moves up to eastern region manager, Ken Detlet to executive director of sales and Dana Berger to ED of advertising.
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