More NewsDoubleClick Hires Two Senior Managers

DoubleClick Hires Two Senior Managers

DoubleClick named Jonathan Shapiro as vice president of business development and Robert Linsky as vice president of operations.

DoubleClick named Jonathan Shapiro as vice president of business development and Robert Linsky as vice president of operations.

Shapiro joins DoubleClick from McKinsey and Company’s Interactive Multimedia Practice. Shapiro was responsible for developing McKinsey’s expertise in new network based businesses. Previously, he managed United Media’s Internet business featuring “The Dilbert Zone.”

Linsky joins DoubleClick from American Express, where he was vice president of Internet business development. Linsky was responsible for the development and management of American Express’ Internet presence worldwide. Previously, he gained 15 years of experience in technology planning and operations as an executive for various banks and financial service organizations.

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