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'Computerworld' shuffles

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Gary Beach moved from president of Computerworld, Framingham, Mass., to a new senior VP post at parent International Data Group overseeing relationships with 51 owned and licensed Computerworld and InfoWorld titles globally. Computerworld Publisher Mike Rogers moves up to president; succeeding Mr. Rogers as publisher is Peter Weedfald, formerly publisher of Ziff-Davis' Windows Sources, New York.

Copyright May 1997, Crain Communications Inc.

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