DDB Elevates Compaq Chief

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DDB Needham has promoted Steve Norcia, worldwide account director on the office’s Compaq business, to managing director, the New York shop’s new No. 2 post. He reports directly to president Peter Tate.
Norcia, 53, joined the agency in 1996 to handle what was then the Digital Equipment account. He was widely credited for taking a leadership role in DDB’s capture of the $200 million Compaq business from Ammirati Puris Lintas last June, following the computer manufacturer’s acquisition of Digital.
He is the second senior executive in New York to be promoted since the Compaq victory–David Nathanson, creative director on...

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