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On the Move

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Dow Jones executives take on new roles

Dow Jones & Co., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, announced two executive promotions. Scott Schulman, formerly senior VP-sales and marketing at the Journal, was promoted to VP-chief strategy officer for Dow Jones. Succeeding Schulman as senior VP-sales and marketing is Judy Barry, formerly VP-marketing and business development at the Journal.

Kramer named president of CBS Digital Media

Viacom, owner of CBS, announced that Larry Kramer has been named president of CBS Digital Media, a newly created division within CBS. The founder of CBS MarketWatch (now Dow Jones' MarketWatch), Kramer will now oversee CBS.com, CBS SportsLine.com, CBSNews.com and UPN.com.

McGraw-Hill Construction picks Tonry for new marketing slot

McGraw-Hill Construction has named Brian Tonry to the new position of VP-product marketing for McGraw-Hill Construction Network. Tonry, formerly director of business development, joined McGraw-Hill in 1997 from Dow Jones & Co.

Reed promotes Cassidy to VP-corporate strategy

Jason Cassidy has been promoted to VP-corporate strategy, development & licensing for Reed Business Information in the U.S. Cassidy was formerly senior director of corporate strategy & development. He succeeds Luke Rattigan, who has been promoted to director of strategy & development for Reed Business.

BusinessWeek Online taps Harbolt as marketing manager

BusinessWeek Online has hired Michael Harbolt as online marketing manager, from product marketing manager at Financial Times. In his new position, he is responsible for generating site traffic through paid media, search engine optimization, barter and affiliate programs.

Forbes.com names Bozzo director-video programming

Forbes.com has hired Albert Bozzo as director-video programming. Most recently deputy managing editor of TheStreet.com, Bozzo will oversee Forbes.com's growing video capabilities. He previously worked for Bloomberg TV, the International Herald Tribune TV and CNN.

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