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MORE EXECS MOVE RANKS AT AOL

Will Report to Interactive President Jimmy de Castro

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- America Online today shifted two executives as the struggling Internet unit of AOL Time Warner continues to shake up its management team and strategy.

James Bankoff was named executive vice president of operations for AOL Interactive Services, and David Gang was elevated to executive vice president of product marketing. Both executives were shifted from other roles within AOL and will now report to Jimmy de Castro, president of AOL Interactive Services.

Mr. Bankoff will

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oversee the development, coordination and management of AOL online products and services including content channels, design and features, and e-commerce initiatives.

Mr. Gang will oversee product strategy across the AOL brands and the AOL Web Properties Group. He was previously senior vice president for strategic development.

Joel Davidson, executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Web Properties Group, will replace Mr. Bankoff as the group's head. He retains the title of executive vice president. Mr. Bankoff was president of the group.

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