NEW YORK: A briefing by Business Week editors two days after closing its Election Special edition brought together (from l.) William P. Kupper Jr., senior VP-advertising sales, BW; Peter Tate, managing partner, DDB Needham; Davia Temin, VP-corporate marketing, GE Capital; Stephen B. Shepard, BW's editor in chief; and Mike Hoynes, VP-marketing and communications, American National Standards Institute.
NEW YORK: New members of the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Achievement, citing marketing people under 40, gathered for a luncheon. From left: Tim Mapes, director-advertising and promotion, Delta Air Lines; Scott Bedbur y, senior VP-marketing, Starbucks Coffee Co.; David Verklin, exec VP, Hal Riney & Partners; Linda Srere, exec VP, Young & Rubicam; Tony Dieste, president, Dieste & Partners; Jim Harrington, senior partner, Bozell Worldwide; and Dav id Carey, publisher, Conde Nast House & Garden.
CHICAGO: Guest speaker Cathleen Black (l.), president of Hearst Magazines, poses at a Chicago Advertising Federation meeting with (from 2nd l.) Laurel Elzinga, Midwest group director, Hearst Magazines Corporate Marketing & Sales; Kay Granath, CAF's executive director; Irene Wilson, divisional VP, Spiegel; and Donna Kirchman, VP-group director, Euro RSCG Tatham.
SANTA MONICA, CALIF.: Dennis Holt (c.), chairman-CEO of Western International media, is congratulated on winning the American Advertising Federation's 1996 Advertising Leader of the West award by AAF Chairman Wilder Baker (l.), c hairman-CEO of Warwick Baker O'Neill, and AAF President Wally Snyder.
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