Peopleware: Content Industry Staffing Moves for the Week of September 2

Sep 02, 2010


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Wiley-Blackwell appointed Natasha White as associate director of Open Access Marketing, in which capacity she will support the company's open access publishing initiatives, including its hybrid OnlineOpen journals. White previously worked at BioMed Central as marketing and sales director for more than six years.

MySpace hired Tom Cox as its new senior vice president of business development. Cox previously served as VP of business development for AOL until last December, and also co-founded the consultancy firm Stratique Partners with AOL colleague Micah Green. Cox replaces Ali Partovi, co-founder of iLike, who left MySpace in April.

Caroline Little, CEO of Guardian News & Media's US operations, is stepping down from her role at the company. Little, who previously headed up the Washington Post's digital operations, joined GNM in 2009. She will remain chief executive of ContentNext Media, GNM's digital media industry news subsidiary.

Walters Kluwer Tax & Accounting appointed Russell Evans as the new president of its Asia Pacific reason. Evans, who will report to CEO Kevin Robert, previously served as general manager for Veda Advantange and managing director for Hyperion Solutions Asia Pty Ltd.