Saturday, January 29, 2000

PEOPLE ON THE MOVE




        • Richard G. Miklautsch has joined Cooper Research Inc., a market research service in health care, as vice president. Mr. Miklautsch will be responsible for handling many key accounts and client development, as well as being a member of the management committee. He has more than 20 years of experience in market research and in health care consulting. He was executive director of New Ventures and market research director at Hill-Rom Co.

        • David Engel has been named vice president, trust at Firstar Bank; Christine Bochenek to vice president, manager of institutional custody services; and Peter Burkhouse, vice president, private banking.

        • Michael S. Barron and Steven C. Davis have been named partners in Barron, Peck & Bennie law firm.

        • Bridget Day has joined Backley & Gingrich Advertis ing Inc. as assistant art director; Tracey Ireland, assistant media buyer; and Kristen Kearce, account coordinator.

        • Geoff Thomas has been named account executive at Libby Perszyk Kathman; Dana Nicole Butcher to senior project manager; and Cassandra Kalinoski has joined the firm as associate account executive.

        • Karen M. King has joined Vero Software, a full-service computer integration company and subsidiary of Barnes, Dennig & Co. Ltd., as a consultant. Ms. King is a graduate of Northern Kentucky University. She has worked with Barnes, Dennig & Co. Ltd.'s construction team as a staff accountant for the past two years.

        Send news of promotions to Shirley Dees, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Business News Department, 312 Elm St., Cincinnati 45202.

       



Enquirer seminar offers tips
Hotel for Internet services
Former P&G president dies
Elder-Beerman wraps up sale of shoe chain
TRISTATE BUSINESS SUMMARY
- PEOPLE ON THE MOVE
Stocks weaker at week's end
Stock exchanges to quote shares in dollars, cents
Amazon takes hit on layoff news
Fourth-quarter growth: 5.85%
TRISTATE MARKET SPOTLIGHT