More NewsExecs & Accounts for October 14, 2004

Execs & Accounts for October 14, 2004

Forbes.com promotes Marissa O’Hare to lead audience development; DDB Worldwide names CMO.

Forbes.com promoted Marissa O’Hare to director of audience development. She joined in March as manager of international audience development, prior to which she spent two years with CNET Networks in London.

DDB Worldwide hired Lori Senecal as CMO, a newly created post. The former VP and general manager of TAG Worldwide led the launch of Microsoft’s Xbox.

Viewpoint named Don Weatherson to its board of directors and its corporate governance committee. Weatherson recently retired from Hewlett-Packard, where he was VP of North America operations and strategy. He is now a director of PC Connection.

CondeNet named Dirk Stranden as editor-in-chief of Style.com and men.style.com. The former site is the Internet presence for Vogue and W — the latter for GQ and Details.

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