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Donald Berg to president, Brown-Forman Beverages Worldwide's Advancing Markets Group, Louis-ville, Ky., from senior VP and managing director. He succeeds Tom Burnet, now president, Brown-Forman Wine Group.

John Barbour, 40, to president-CEO, Toys "R" Us' Internet retailer unit, a new position, from sector head of Hasbro's Satellite Business Group and president-CEO of its OddzOn novelty toy unit.

Richard J. Davis to president-CEO, Rand McNally & Co., Skokie, Ill., from president-CEO, iMarket Inc. Also: John D. Macomber moves from a member of the Rand McNally board to chairman. The two succeed Henry J. Feinberg, who resigned as chairman, president and CEO.

Steve Speier to exec VP, Fogarty Klein, Houston, a new position, from president, Taylor Speier Group, following the acquisition of Taylor Speier by Fogarty Klein.

Lee Wilcox to senior VP-marketing, U.S. News & World Report, The Atlantic Monthly and Fast Company, New York, from VP-marketing, Weider Publications.

Denise F. Warren, 35, to VP-strategic planning, The New York Times, New York, from VP-advertising sales. She succeeds Scott H. Heekin-Canedy, now senior VP-circulations.

Flint J. Brenton to VP for e-commerce, Compaq Computer Corp., Houston, a new position, from director of application integration management, BMC Software.

Terry A. Hummel, 43, to publisher, Wenner Media's Rolling Stone, New York, from president of sales, Primedia. Also at RS: Jack Rotherham, 36, named associate publisher, from acting associate publisher.

James McCaffrey to director of financial advertising, Conde Nast Publications' Conde Nast Traveler, New York, from account manager, Fortune. Also at Conde Nast Traveler: Edward Amstutz to account manager, from media supervisor, Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer/Euro RSCG.

Scott Lenz to director of advertising and public relations, Lands' End, Dodgeville, Wis., a new position, from director of client services and strategic planning, Ron Foth Advertising, Columbus, Ohio.

John Avery, 43, to group creative director/art director, Goldberg Moser O'Neill, San Francisco, a new position, from senior partner, creative director of direct

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