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Mullen, Wenham, Mass., has resigned as agency of record for the USA Network's Sci-Fi Channel. The account had been with the agency for two years; billings were $5 million. Mullen's Sci-Fi Channel work included brand development, advertising and direct marketing.

The Nashville Network to the Harrington Group, Morristown, N.J., as first agency of record without a review.

CBS Corp., New York, says it plans to take a one-third stake in Office.com, a site for small and midsize businesses owned by WinStar Communications. Office.com will get $42 million in promotion and advertising over six years across CBS' media properties.

Radica Games, Bermuda, signed an agreement with Nike, Beaverton, Ore., to license golfer Tiger Woods' name for hand-held computer games, launching next fall.

Gordon Medenica to president-CEO, a vacant post at Dorna USA, a sports signage company based in New York, from senior VP-group publisher, The New York Times Co. Magazine Group.

Copyright April 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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