More NewsExecs & Accounts for July 6, 2005

Execs & Accounts for July 6, 2005

Yahoo! loses head of U.S. Hispanic sales and CJ snares former Linkshare client.

Liz Sarachek Blacker left her post as head of U.S. Hispanic sales for Yahoo She’s taken a position with D.C.-area non-profit One Economy.

MarketingExperiments.com hired Nick Usborne as a senior analyst of copywriting and Web content. Usborne’s clients have included America Online, Apple, Citibank, MSN and Yahoo

Buy.com moved its affiliate program from Linkshare to rival Commission Junction, a unit of ValueClick. The company will use CJ’s relationship management platform as well as its dedicated account management offering.

Interchange hired Bruce Crair as chief operating officer. Crair was president of Sprint PCS/Cox Communications PCS and a co-founder of social networking service ZeroDegrees.

EyeWonder hired Dan McLaughlin as channel development manager. McLaughlin was ad operations manager for MTV Networks, including for MTV.com and VH1.com.

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