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Cohoe Exits Dotglu

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NEW YORK -- Tina Cohoe, CEO of Dotglu, is leaving the digital- and direct-marketing agency of Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners after a year, the company confirmed. The direct marketing veteran and former president of FCB Direct is expected to fill a managing partner position at OgilvyOne, sources said.

Cohoe did not immediately return calls.

No replacement is planned, the agency said. Instead, Steven Thibodeau, who joined as president of Dotglu last March, will assume Cohoe's responsibilities. Before he joined Dotglu, he was a managing director at the New York office of Scient Corp.

Cohoe was instrumental in the formation of Dotglu, which launched in November 2000 when Kirshenbaum's interactive agency and eight-year-old direct marketing unit combined. Dotglu has about 20 staffers and projects 2001 revenue of $4.7 million from clients such as Citibank, Revlon, Wyndham Hotels and Medscape.