Comings and Goings

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Shelby Bonnie, 35, to CEO, CNET Networks, San Francisco, from vice chairman. She assumes duties formerly held by CNET Networks Chairman Halsey Minor.

Jay Coen Gilbert, 33, to CEO, And 1, Paoli, Pa., from VP-marketing and new-product development at the apparel and footwear maker. He assumes duties formerly held by And 1 Chairman Seth Berger.

David Salomon, 32, to president, Millsport, Stamford, Conn., from exec VP-marketing. He succeeds Bob Basche, now vice chairman-managing partner.

Diane Fannon, 47, to principal, a new position at the Richards Group, Dallas, from exec VP, Temerlin McClain, Irving, Texas.

Paddy Byng to senior VP-global marketing and advertising, Polo Ralph Lauren, New York, from VP-European licensing and new-business development.

Norm Hajjar, 44, to senior VP, Kovel/Fuller, Los Angeles, a new position. Mr. Hajjar earlier had been president-CEO, Hajjar & Partners, Marina del Rey, Calif., a Dentsu agency.

Jeff Burch, 47, to senior VP-corporate sales, a new position at Primedia Enthusiast Group, New York, from VP-co-publisher, Emap Marketing Network, a division of Emap USA.

Gordon Law, 44, to general manager, a new position at Bozell Kamstra, Austin, Texas, from principal, Marc USA, Dallas.

Deborah Myers, 45, to VP-sponsorships, a new position at Lightspan.com, San Diego, from senior VP-western sales and special programming sales.

Mary Wernette, 37, to brand development manager at General Motors Corp.'s Chevrolet Division, Detroit, from director of product and business planning, Saturn Corp. She succeeds George Hanley, now director, e-marketing, at e-GM, the carmaker's interactive arm.

Michelle Cervantes, 35, to trustmark marketing manager, a new post at Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, Mich., from corporate ad manager.

David Morris, 39, to publisher, Entertainment Weekly, New York, from associate publisher. He succeeds Michael J. Kelly, who left the company.

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