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Allan Winneker announced his resignation as president-CEO of Wunderman Cato Johnson, Chicago, the direct marketing arm of Young & Rubicam. That move is effective at the end of the month. "It's time to enter a new phase of my personal and professional life," Mr. Winneker said. Steve Zammarchi retains the managing director post and will report directly to New York-based Wunderman Chairman-CEO John R. ``Jay'' Bingle. Mr. Winneker hasn't been replaced at this time.

Charles Perrin to chairman, Avon Products, New York, from CEO. He succeeds James E. Preston, who's retired after 35 years with the cosmetics marketer.

Dan Lagani to associate publisher at Conde Nast Publications' Mademoiselle, New York, from the same title at sister magazine Conde Nast Traveler. He succeeds Denise Fierro, who left.

David Arnold to publisher of Hearst Magazines' House Beautiful, New York, from associate publisher of sister title Town & Country. He succeeds Cindy Spengler, who's leaving June 1 to pursue entrepreneurial interests.

Copyright May 1999, Crain Communications Inc.

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