Bruce Armstrong to president-CEO of the new electronic-commerce venture of Miller Freeman's CMP Media, Manhasset, N.Y., from senior VP-sales and marketing, Broadbase Software, Menlo Park, Calif.
Scott Cotherman promoted to president-CEO, Frank J. Corbett Inc., Chicago. He remains president-CEO of Corbett HealthConnect, Chicago.
Kevin Clark to CEO, ScreamingMedia, New York, from chairman-CEO, PoppeTyson, New York, now part of the Modem Media.Poppe Tyson unit of True North Communications. He succeeds Jay Chiat, who will remain chairman.
Joe Forehand to managing partner-CEO, Andersen Consulting, New York, from global managing partner-global communications and high-tech market unit.
Scott Waltz to chief marketing officer, AllBusiness.com, from chief marketing officer, Miller/Huber Relationship Marketing, both San Francisco.
John "Ian" Craig to exec VP-chief marketing officer, Nortel Networks, Brampton, Ontario, from exec VP-president of the wireless and carrier solutions unit. He succeeds F. William Conner, who was named exec VP and president of the enterprise solutions unit.
Robert Moore to exec VP-marketing, Staples, Framingham, Mass., from global VP-strategy and marketing, Bausch & Lomb's sunglasses division. He succeeds Jeanne Lewis, who was named president of Staples.com.
Jan Soderstrom to senior VP-marketing and brand management, 3Com Corp., Santa Clara, Calif., a new post, from senior VP-global brand management, Charles Schwab & Co.
Margaret Brossy to senior VP-chief marketing officer, 24/7 Media, New York, from director-marketing, League of American Theatres and Producers, New York.
Nick Andrus returns to Slack Barshinger & Partners, Chicago, as senior VP-partner from director-new products, Lance Inc., Charlotte, N.C.
Gregory Kee to VP-marketing, Xevo Corp., Sudbury, Mass., from VP-Internet operations and marketing, iMarket, Waltham, Mass.
Ben Isaacson to executive director, Association for Interactive Media, New York, from acting director.
AccessLine Communications, Bellevue, Wash., to Goldberg Moser O'Neill, San Francisco, to handle advertising for the launch of the communication services provider's telecommunications products. Billings for the account are $30 million to $35 million.
Concentric Network Corp., San Jose, Calif., to Gardner, Geary, Coll & Young, San Francisco, as agency of record for the provider of electronic-business products for small and midsize businesses. Billings for the account were estimated at $20 million, according to The New York Times.
Novell, Provo, Utah, to Glow Creative Communications, San Francisco, to handle product advertising, vertical markets, special promotions and support for the resellers sales channel of the Internet applications provider. Billings for the account are estimated at $1 million.
Eaton Hydraulics, Cleveland, to NKH&W, Kansas City, Mo., as marketing agency of record. Billings were not disclosed.
Merant, Newbury, England, to Leo Burnett Technology Group, San Francisco, to handle corporate branding for the supplier of application development products; also, surfControl, Scotts Valley, Calif., a division of JSB Software Technologies plc, to Burnett to handle advertising for the software provider. Billings were not disclosed.
thought.velocity, Vancouver, Wash., to Creative Co., Salem, Ore., to handle branding for the provider of custom software and hardware. Billings were not disclosed.
Honeywell Sensing & Control, Freeport, Ill., to Manifesto Advertising, Rockford, Ill., to handle advertising for the supplier of sensors, switches and controls. Billings were not disclosed.