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John R. Nelson, 48, to president-CEO, Philip Morris International, New York, from senior VP-operations, Philip Morris USA. He succeeds Paul Hendrys, who resigned.

David Kessler, 40, to exec VP-worldwide account director, FCB Worldwide, New York, from exec VP-group account director, Lowe Lintas & Partners Worldwide.

John Virouroux to exec VP-sales, business development and international,, San Bruno, Calif., from senior VP-sales and marketing,

Nancy Jordan to senior VP, Rainbow Advertising Sales Corp., New York, from marketing director, WABC-TV.

Craig A. Lakey to VP-marketing, Hoover's, Austin, Texas, from VP-marketing, HotData.

Ben Guthrie, 34, to VP-account director, a new position at Doner, Southfield, Mich., from Phoenix Group, Farmington Hills.

Jennifer Chrein to VP-global media, Sesame Workshop, New York, from senior VP, Telescene Film Group.

Sheri Heckel, 45, to VP-creative director, art, Gianettino & Meredith, Short Hills, N.J., from associate creative director, art.

Jim Ochu to VP-account director, Robinson & Mates, Chicago, from management supervisor, Temerlin McClain, Dallas.

Tony Davidson, 36, and Kim Papworth, 41, to creative directors, Wieden & Kennedy, London, from creative directors, Bartle Bogle Hegarty. The two succeed Adam Kean, who left in March.

Laurel Dunlea to chief marketing officer, Broadband Sports, Los Angeles, from VP-marketing, E! Online.

Nan Gerard, 41, to director of the new Detroit-area office of Maxim, Birmingham, Mich., from manager of the Detroit office of Vogue.

Nancy Telliho to publisher, Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel, New York, from New York sales manager, Newsweek. She succeeds Jake Hill, who left the magazine.

Wendy Buckley to associate publisher, Nylon, New York, from VP-sales and promotion,

Carol Valentine to director of integrated sponsorship sales, Lifetime Television, New York, from senior account exec,

Michelle Sinciline to management supervisor, Marc USA, Pittsburgh, from account manager.

Terry J. Laughlin to Midwest regional sales and marketing manager, spot sales, Univision Communications, Chicago, from managing director, Flair Communications.

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