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Once again we've put together the most senior and influential job moves in the US.

This time we cover influential moves from PayPal to Yahoo and Google to Twitter, a new president at Campbell Soup, new hires at Comcast and a new chief marketing officer at Target.

Campbell Soup Company has promoted Irene Chang Britt to President of Pepperidge Farm after serving as Campbell's Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer. Before her time at Campbell Soup, Britt was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Salted Snacks division at Kraft Foods. 

Cloud9 appointed Tania Goldszmidt as Chief Customer Officer. Previously, Goldszmidt was with Cisco Systems, where she worked on the company’s commerce and cloud solutions.

Comcast Corporation has a new Chief Communications Officer. D’Arcy F. Rudnay, Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications for Comcast, will now hold both roles.

Ellen Breslau has joined Grandparents.com as Senior Vice President and Editor-in-Chief after her role at Woman's Day as Executive Editor. 

Lifecrowd hired Jacquie Phillips as co-founder and Head of Product. She joins them from Google where she served as product manager for Google Offers and lead product manager on Boutiques.com.

MWW Group has brought on René Spellman as its VP for youth marketing and entertainment. Prior to her role at MWW, Spellman advised on youth and federal engagement and strategic communications for the White House Council for Community Solutions.

Digital media company, Outcast, brought on board Stephanie Dolgins as Chief Marketing Officer. Before joining Outcast, Stephanie was the Head of Marketing for Jetsetter and a Senior Vice Present at AOL, where she oversaw Women's and Lifestyle Programming.

Plantronics has hired Marilyn Mersereau as Chief Marketing Officer. Before joining Plantronics, Mersereau had been Cisco Systems's Senior Vice President of Corporate Marketing. 

Renesys Corporation appointed former CMO of Golfsmith, Michael Miller, as Chief Marketing Officer. Miller comes to them after his last role at Global Crossing as Vice President.

RotoMetrics has appointed Robert Spiller as its new president and chief executive officer after leaving his role as president and CEO of SCT International, a high-growth provider of security and anti-counterfeiting technology for commercial and government customers.

US drama firm RHI Entertainment has rebranded as Sonar Entertainment as a move to separate from founder Robert Halmi Sr. RHI Entertainment’s co-chief executive Stewart Till has been named CEO of Sonar in his stead.

Target hires Jeffrey Jones II as its new Chief Marketing Officer six months after Michael Francis left to become the president of J.C. Penny. Jones joins Target from the advertising agency McKinney, where he was partner and president. Previously, Jones also worked for Coca-Cola, Gap, MarchFirst, and Leo Burnett Worldwide.

Twitter welcomes Google's Director of Global Communications and Public Affairs Gabriel Stricker as its new VP of Communications

The Warnaco Group has nabbed Karyn Hillman from her role as Senior Vice President at Gap to become its Chief Merchandising Officer for Calvin Klein Jeans and Calvin Klein Jeans Accessories.

Worth New York, a division of The Worth Collection, hired Wendy Selig-Prieb as President. Selig-Prieb is the former CEO of the Milwaukee Brewers Baseball Club.

Amanda Pires has left PayPal for Yahoo to join her former CEO, Scott Thompson, on April 16 as a replacement for current Senior Vice President of Communications Eric Brown, who is leaving the company.

Heather Taylor

Published 6 April, 2012 by Heather Taylor

Heather Taylor is the Editorial Director for Econsultancy US. You can follow her on Twitter, Google+ or Pinterest.

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