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Santa Monica, Calif.: Heist solved

Audi of America concludes its "ART OF THE H3IST" campaign for the Audi A3. Director-Marketing Stephen Berkov (r.) poses with the cast members (l. to r.) Virgil Tatum, Ian Yarbrough and Nisha Roberts.

New York: Diversified portfolio

Black Enterprise announces its 2005 list of the 30 Best Companies for Diversity. (From l.) Jim Skinner, vice chairman-CEO McDonald's Corp.; J.T. Childs, VP-global workforce diversity, IBM; Dawn Hudson, president-CEO, Pepsi-Cola North America; Earl "Butch" Graves Jr., president-chief operating officer, Black Enterprise.

Chicago: Woman of the year

Yvonne Furth, president-chief operating officer of Draft, Chicago, is named 2005 Woman of the Year by the Chicago Advertising Federation. (From l.) Rocco Smeriglio, president, CAF; Jennifer Fondrevay, co-chair, Women's Ad Club; Ms. Furth; Kathleen Overholt, co-chair, Women's Ad Club.

Los Angeles: Public service

MAC Viva Glam spokeswoman Pamela Anderson (c.) teams up with Jill Cheris (l.), partner-producer at McHale Barone and Joe Barone, partner-director, to record a radio PSA for the MAC AIDS fund.

New York: An issue with chocolate

The Atlantic holds a party at Jacques Torres Chocolate Haven. (From l.) Jacques Torres; Elizabeth Baker Keffer, publisher, The Atlantic; Christine Reidinger, event specialist, Mercedes-Benz of North America

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