new york AOL Time Warner CEO Richard Parsons (l.) and U.S. Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill (r.) are on hand at Money magazine's Money Summit, the purpose of which was "Setting the agenda for America's financial future."
new york Women & Company holds a luncheon for members and guests. (From l.) Ann Keating, senior VP-public relations, Bloomingdales; Beth Kseniak, director of public relations, Vanity Fair; Anne Janas, VP-corporate communications, Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S.; Sara Levinson, CEO, Club Mom; Lisa Caputo, president, Women & Company.
lake champlain, vermont Real Simple hosts a weekend for female clients and their best friends. (From l.) Carrie Tuhy, managing editor, Real Simple; Robin Domeniconi, publisher, Real Simple; Lori O'Rourke, VP-advertising, Liz Claiborne; Andrea Weinreb, president-owner, Weinreb Partners; Ann Jackson, group president, Real Simple and Parenting; Lee Ann Scotti, senior media director, Coach; Laura Petasnick, fashion and beauty director, Real Simple; Nedra Owens, director of brand marketing, Ecco USA.
new york The New York chapter of the American Marketing Association holds a Town Forum. (From l). Peter Blacklow, senior VP-marketing, Monster.com; Elisa Romm, VP-brand building, MasterCard International; Mary Lee Keane, executive director, New York AMA; Michael Lands, chief marketing and operations officer, Snapple Beverage Group; John Partilla, managing director-Brand Buzz, Y&R Advertising John Colasanti, president-managing partner, Carmichael Lynch.
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