Wiggins TRUE NORTH PROMOTES WIGGINS, ADDS REID; CABLE NETWORKS BOOSTS COLBETH; MOSHER TAKES LAND ROVER RETAIL POSTS

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CHICAGO-True North Communications, the recently renamed Foote, Cone & Belding Communications, promoted from within in naming a new vice chairman and snagged a 23-year Ogilvy & Mather veteran to head FCB International.

Craig Wiggins, 49, was named vice chairman, a new post at the parent of Foote, Cone & Belding Advertising. As such, he will be responsible for all global mergers and acquisitions.

Harry Reid, 50, who had been chief operating officer at O&M Worldwide, London, succeeds Mr. Wiggins as president of FCB International, New York. Mr. Reid, a 23-year O&M veteran, will continue living in London and have offices there and in New York.

Other people moving:

Michael J. Olsen to senior VP-corporate communications specialist, a new post at Himle Horner, Minneapolis, from VP-corporate communications, National Car Rental Systems.

Helen Wanamaker, 38, to VP-manager of direct response, Ogilvy & Mather, Atlanta, from VP-senior management supervisor, Grey Direct, New York. She succeeds Virginia Doty, who left.

NEW YORK-Cable Networks, one of the nation's first and largest spot-cable TV sales representatives, elevated Stacie Colbeth to senior VP.

Ms. Colbeth, who was eastern division VP-sales, succeeds Peter Moran, who left to join digital programming distributor SkyConnect, Boulder, Colo., as senior VP.

Cable Networks is a subsidiary of Rainbow Advertising Sales Corp. that represents spot sales for cable operators reaching more than 20 million households.

Other people moving:

David Bell to client services director, a new post at Marketing Evaluations, Port Washington, N.Y., from accounts services manager, Newman-Stein, New York.

Ed Borgerding, 39, to senior VP-managing director, Asia-Pacific, a new post at Walt Disney Television & Telecommunications, Hong Kong, from VP-international sales and marketing, Walt Disney International Television, London.

LANHAM, Md.-Howard Mosher, 48, has left Rolls-Royce for Land Rover.

He was named to the new post of VP-retail operations for Land Rover North America, from president-CEO of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars, Lyndhurst, N.J.

Mr. Mosher began his automotive career at American Motors Corp. He was president-CEO of Rolls-Royce since 1984.

Also at Land Rover, Robert Lierle, 34, was appointed general manager-marketing. He succeeds Monica Quagliotti, now on a task force to study Land Rover's sales zone alignment. Mr. Lierle left Lintas Campbell-Ewald, Warren, Mich., where he was VP-management supervisor.

Other people moving:

Stuart N. Robinson, 44, to VP-marketing, Greyhound Lines, Dallas, from president, Stuart N. Robinson & Associates. He succeeds David R. Swift, who left.

Denise Seegal to president, CK Calvin Klein, New York, a new post at the new Calvin Klein Inc. division, from president, Donna Karan Inc.'s DKNY division.

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