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Hamilton South resigned as president-chief marketing officer of Polo Ralph Lauren, New York, effective April 1. He will continue as a consultant to the apparel company.

MCI WorldCom Senior VP-Consumer Marketing John Donoghue, 33, will leave the company at the end of the month. Mr. Donoghue's duties will be absorbed by Terry Macko, 35, who becomes VP-marketing, from VP-segment marketing. Mr. Donoghue, a 12-year veteran of MCI, has not taken another job.

The Wall Street Journal Europe is unveiling a multimillion-dollar European campaign aimed at promoting its new look and content. The move is part of the Dow Jones & Co.-owned newspaper's $60 million effort to double current circulation of 78,500 within five years. The campaign from Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide will focus on outdoor.

Copyright February 2000, Crain Communications Inc.

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