NEW YORK: Crain's New York Business hosted a luncheon to honor its Business All-Stars at the Waldorf-Astoria. Among those attending were (l. to r.): Henry Kravis, founding partner, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts; Warren Cohen, president, Eagle Electric Manufacturing; Michael Jordan, chairman-CEO, CBS; Alair Townsend, publisher, CNYB; Rance Crain, president, Crain Communications; Ira M. Millstein, senior partner, Weil, Gotshal & Magnes; and Red Burns, chairman, New York University's Interactive Telcommunications Program.
NEW YORK: Chadwick Greenhalgh, associate creative director, and Peter Klinge, senior VP-senior account director at Euro RSCG DSW Partners in Salt Lake City, accepted Gold Pencil awards for their work designing Iomega Corp.'s Web site at the One Club for Art & Copy's One Show Interactive Awards at Webster Hall.
NEW YORK: American Society of Magazine Editors inducted three into its hall of fame at the Waldorf-Astoria. Honorees are (third from l. to r.) Hugh Hefner, founder and editor in chief, Playboy; Byron Dobell, former editor, American Heritage; and Gloria Steinem, founding editor, Ms. Flanking the award winners are (l.) Frank Lalli, senior executive editor, Time Inc., and past president of ASME; Marlene Kahan, executive director, ASME; and (at r.) Jacqueline Leo, editorial director, Consumer Reports, and new president of ASME.
NEW YORK: Advertising Women of New York's luncheon at the New York Hilton during the New York Auto Show featured Phil Guarascio (c)., VP-general manager of marketing and advertising for General Motors Corp.'s North American Operations. Joining Mr. Guarascio are (l. to r.): Jane Twyon, president, Worldwide Media Directors; Nora McAniff, publisher, People, and president of AWNY; Steve Florio, president-CEO, Conde Nast Publications; and Linda Dukette, VP-management supervisor, UniWorld Group, and co-chair of the luncheon.