Sharon Hintze to CEO, Barilla, Parma, Italy, from chief operating officer. She succeeds Edwin Artzt, who remains at the Italian food marketer in an unspecified capacity.
Anne Devereux, 36, to president, medical ad agency Harrison & Star Advertising, New York, an Omnicom Group shop. She succeeds Meryl Reyman, now chief strategy officer for the agency. Ms. Devereux remains president of Omnicom-owned DTC Rx shop Consumer Healthworks.
Patricia Schnaidt to publisher, CMP Media's InternetWeek, Manhasset, N.Y., from publisher, LANTimes, which CMP is shuttering. She succeeds Mike Azzara, who left the company.
Stephen Feinberg to exec VP-chief creative officer, Trone Advertising, Greensboro, N.C., a new position, from executive creative director, N.W. Ayer & Partners, New York.
Sandy Cataldo to senior VP-marketing, Clinique USA & Canada, New York, a new position, from VP-marketing. Also: Shirley Weinstein to senior VP-global product development, a new position, from VP-global product development.
Melissa Lea to senior VP-marketing, Arnold Communications, Boston, a new position, from VP-marketing.
Fred Nelson to VP-marketing and promotion, Time Inc.'s Entertainment Weekly, New York, from president, Civilization.
Alice Peterson to VP-general manager, Sears Online, Hoffman Estates, Ill., a new position, from VP-treasurer, Sears, Roebuck & Co.
Filiberto Fernandez to managing director, Grupo de Diarios America, Miami, a new position at the Latin American newspaper consortium, from VP, Spanish TV programmer Antenna 3.
Christine Sullivan to managing director, advertising and promotion, Golf Channel, Orlando, Fla., a new position, from senior director, consumer marketing.