COMINGS AND GOINGS

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David E. Clauson to exec VP-worldwide marketing, Web services company iXL, Atlanta, a new position, from senior VP-worldwide account director, Foote, Cone & Belding, San Francisco.

Michael Joseph to VP-global marketing, Iomega Corp., Roy, Utah, a new position, from senior director-worldwide channel marketing.

Jeffrey Taylor to CEO, TMP Worldwide, New York, a new position, from exec VP, TMP Worldwide's interactive division.

Amy D'Andrea to senior VP-account management supervisor, Horizon Media, New York, a new position, from VP-account management supervisor.

James Heidt to Detroit manager, The New Yorker, from senior VP-national field director on Ford Motor Co.'s Lincoln Mercury regional dealer accounts, Y&R Advertising. He succeeds Whitney Cassidy, now director of corporate advertising, Hearst Magazines.

Marc Eisenoff to VP-creative director, O'Leary Clarke & Partners, New York, from an independent consultant. He succeeds Jim Clarke, who passed away in May.

Marla Egbert, 32, to sales development director, International Herald Tribune North America, New York, a new position, from marketing development manager-magazines, Time Inc.

Michael Peretz adds the title director, new-business development, Al Paul Lefton Co., Philadelphia, a new position, to that of senior VP-director of research.

Marc Maslow to director of new- business development, Culver Associates, New York, a new position, from VP-sales and marketing, Equinox Management Co.

Kate Rose Murphy to marketing director, Dallas Morning News, Dallas, a position that had been dormant for two years, from director of business development, Teleworks.

Alain Begun to marketing director, Better Homes & Gardens, New York, a new position, from marketing and communications director, Fortune.

Michael Hurley to director of custom marketing, Hearst Group, New York, a new position, from VP-custom marketing, Time-Life Books.

Krising Juffer to director of domestic radio research, Arbitron Co., New York, from director of audience research, U.S. Information Agency.

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