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NEW YORK: Fox Family Channel held a skating party at Rockefeller Center to celebrate the holidays, drawing revelers who included (l. to r.): Tom Krause, VP-marketing, and Don Calhoon, senior VP-corporate marketing, Wendy's International; Kara Lazarus, associate director-national broadcast, Bates USA; Michelle Fedurek, director-media and consumer marketing, Wendy's; and Rick Sirvaitis, president-advertising sales, Fox Family Channel.

NEW YORK: Forbes Global Business & Finance, the international edition of Forbes, hosted a dinner aboard the Forbes yacht Highlander for guests of the magazine, including (l. to r.): Robert Forbes, president, Forbes Global Business & Finance; Susan McCaw; and Craig McCaw, chairman and co-CEO, Teledesic Corp.

SAN FRANCISCO: Business Week hosted a dinner to honor its Innovators of the Digital Economy last month at Loong Bar. Receiving accolades presented by Business Week Publisher David Ferm (at rear) were (l. to r.): Marc Andreessen, VP-products, Netscape Communications Corp., and a Netscape co-founder; 3Com Corp. founder Robert Metcalfe; and Mark Cuban, president, and Todd R. Wagner, CEO, co-founders of

NEW YORK: Teen People celebrated the holiday season with a party at the Elbow Room. Enjoying the festivities are (l. to r.): Anne Zehren, publisher, Teen People; singer Taylor Dane; and Julie Nemitz, assistant to the publisher, and Christina Ferrari, managing editor, both of Teen People.

LOS ANGELES: The Point-of-Purchase Advertising Institute held a seminar, "POP From all Angles," at the Omni Hotel. Speakers at the seminar included (l. to r.): Dick Blatt, president, POPAI; Scott Greenberg, VP-visual merchandising, Skechers USA; Jim Plumb, president, JP Marketing Services; Brian Taus, regional sales manager-grocery, Starbucks Coffee Co.; Reni Bruner, product manager, United Displaycraft; Marita Searle-Schott, sales manager, Small Wonder Inflatables; Ed White, CEO, E&E Display Group; Jan Brzeski, president, STV

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