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Execs & Accounts for April 19, 2004

Return Path names a VP of strategic services; EyeWonder hires a VP of global sales.

Return Path hired Stephanie Miller as VP of strategic services, handling email optimization, best practices and market intelligence.

Miller most recently served as strategic marketing counsel for Silicon Valley companies including IronPort, TeleVoice and Work.com. Before that, she held management positions with RealNetworks and Hotmail, MSN’s email service.

Streaming video firm EyeWonder hired Charlie Bragg as executive VP of global sales. Bragg replaces Michael Griffin, who took on a new role as VP of strategic business development.

Bragg’s background includes a stint as VP of sales with InterVU, a streaming company that was acquired by Akamai in 2000. His clients included CNN, Major League Baseball, MTV, Microsoft, Intel, Viacom and Turner Networks.

FindWhat.com hired Joanie Glance as VP of human resources.

Glance joins FindWhat.com from WCI Communities, where she was west coast regional director of human resources. She also served as director of human resources for Lee County, Florida.

Tacoda Systems brought on Alison Lowery as its director of engineering.

Lowery comes to the company from 24/7 Real Media, where she was VP of strategic engineering. Before moving to 24/7, Lowery was VP of engineering for Net2itive, where she was a founding team member.

Investors.com, which uses 24/7’s Open AdStream Central ad serving solution, is adding the company’s Insight XE and Insight ACT offerings to the mix.

Investors.com, the Web site of Investor’s Business Daily, just launched a redesign of its site. The company plans to use Web analytics tool Insight XE and behavior targeting technology ACT to evaluate how readers are interacting with the site and help it determine the most relevant ads to deliver to users.

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