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Career management portal Monster.com recruited Hans Gleskes from Lexis-Nexis to assume the newly created post of president. Based in Boston, Mr. Gleskes will oversee day-to-day management and operations of Monster.com as the flagship brand of the interactive division of TMP Worldwide is poised to launch in nine more markets this year. Mr. Gleskes will report to Jeff Taylor, founder and CEO of Monster.com. Mr. Gleskes, formerly president-CEO of Lexis-Nexis Group, a leading global provider of business-to-business online information services to professionals in the legal, business and government markets, has worked for Lexis-Nexis' parent, Reed Elsevier, since 1979.

Intel Corp., Santa Clara, Calif., named its next Pentium processor the Pentium 4. The processor had previously been code-named Willamette. The Pentium 4 debuts in the fourth quarter.

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