Brian McAndrews to CEO, Avenue A, Seattle, a b-to-b Internet media and data marketing company, from exec VP-marketing, ABC Sports, New York.
David Lyon to president, Temerlin McClain, Dallas, a subsidiary of True North Communications, Chicago, from group account director. Liener Temerlin remains chairman, and Dennis McClain remains CEO and executive creative director.
Randall Miller to global CMO, TD Waterhouse Group, New York, from exec VP-marketing for TD Waterhouse subsidiary Waterhouse Securities, New York.
Marty Levin to exec VP-sales and marketing, AdRelevance, Seattle, a new post at the online ad-tracking service, from senior VP-advertising business development, Rivals.com, Seattle.
Charles McKenzie to senior VP-head of marketing, Oppenheimer Funds, New York, from head of institutional client services, Fidelity Management Trust Co., Boston. He will oversee all marketing for Oppenheimer Funds' institutional subsidiary, Harborview Asset Management, New York.
Jan Soderstrom to senior VP-global brand management, Charles Schwab & Co., San Francisco, from head of global branding and partnership marketing, Visa International, Miami.
Thomas Wetzel to senior VP, DeFrancesco/Goodfriend Public Relations, Chicago, from senior VP-partner, Norcom International Corp., Chicago.
Charles Buchwalter to VP-media research, Attachmate Corp., a Bellevue, Wash., software marketer, from senior director of marketing and business development.
Monie Begley Feurey to VP-corporate communications, Forbes, New York, a new post, from senior VP-corporate communications, Tele-TV.
Peter Katz to VP-worldwide marketing, Logistix, Fremont, Calif., a supplier of b-to-b electronic-commerce programs and chain management, from VP-marketing, Silicon Valley Networks, Santa Clara, Calif.
Laine Harrington to VP, Kilgannon McReynolds, Atlanta, from media director.
Randy Nichols to VP-marketing services, Fellers Marketing & Advertising, Oklahoma City, from senior marketing manager.
Tim DePriest to director-worldwide strategic marketing, AdForce, Cupertino, Calif., from senior manager, Deloitte Consulting Group.
ABB Asea Brown Boveri Ltd., Zurich, to Young & Rubicam, New York, to handle advertising for the global technology and engineering company. Billings are estimated at $20 million.
Sybase, Emeryville, Calif., to Goldberg Moser O'Neill, San Francisco, as agency of record for the software maker. Billings for the account are estimated at $10 million. Also, PlaceWare, Mountain View, Calif., to GMO, to handle advertising for the provider of Web conferencing for businesses. Billings are estimated at $6 million.
Smart Online, Research Triangle Park, N.C., to The Martin Agency, Richmond, Va., as agency of record for the small-business services company. Billings are estimated at $7 million.
ScreamingMedia to Mad Dogs & Englishmen, both of New York, as agency of record for the distributor of content for corporate and industry Web sites. Billings are $5 million to $7 million.
Oracle e-Travel, a unit of Oracle Corp., Redwood Shores, Calif., that markets an Internet-based travel management application for businesses, to Harpell/Martins & Co., Maynard, Mass. Billings are estimated at $1.5 million.
CaseCentral.com to Bravo! Marketing, both of San Francisco, as agency of record for the provider of Internet-based document management for lawyers. Billings are estimated at $1 million.
SAS Institute, Cary, N.C., to Howard, Merrell & Partners, Raleigh, N.C., as agency of record for the provider of data warehousing software. Billings for the account were not disclosed.