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‘BusinessWeek’ makes several executive changes

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New York—McGraw-Hill Cos.’ BusinessWeek announced Tuesday that William P. Kupper Jr. has relinquished the publisher title of the magazine to Geoffrey A. Dodge, who is now senior VP-publisher, North America.

Dodge, who joined BusinessWeek  in March 2002, was most recently VP-U.S. sales director. Kupper remains president of BusinessWeek .

In other moves, BusinessWeek  announced that Paul Maraviglia moved from VP-international advertising director to VP-international publisher, and Peggy White moved from general manager of BusinessWeek Online to VP-BusinessWeek Online.

"The changes to the leadership team reinforce BusinessWeek’s efforts to focus resources, talents and staff in order to better serve the needs of our growing global customer base," Kupper said in a statement.

—Sean Callahan

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