Fortune has added two New York newspaper reporters to its masthead. Former New York Post media reporter Tim Arango comes on board as a writer covering features and breaking news stories for accompanying Web site, CNNMoney.com. Sarah Slobin joins the magazine from The New York Times, where she worked as business graphics editor. In her new position, Slobin will be responsible for information graphics.
Following its recent acquisition of Yoga Journal, Active Interest Media has named Patricia Fox general manager of its Healthy Living Group, which includes Yoga Journal, as well as Vegetarian Times. She was formerly responsible for all circulation, marketing, and magazine production for AIM.
Alan May has been hired as senior sales development manager at Time Inc. May will be based in San Francisco and will concentrate on the technology/hardware categories as well as the energy and telecom sectors of the company.
CMP Technology has hired Peter Spande as vice president of the Business Technology Group’s online media segment. Spande will handle all aspects of the group’s online media products and services, including targeted branding, lead generation and integrated media programs. The hire is a part of CMP’s strategy to strengthen its online marketing capabilities.
Mark Healy has been named editor-in-chief of Penthouse Magazine, and will serve as the magazine’s first editor since the magazine went under Penthouse Media Group’s new ownership. He was previously articles editor at GQ.
Former CMO magazine senior regional sales manager Leslie A. Piper has joined MacWorld as western advertising director.
Mediaweek has hired former Editor & Publisher financial editor Lucia Moses to be its new senior editor. Moses will cover the magazine beat for the VNU publication.
Phil Hall, former editor for PR News and special projects editor for Folio:, is the new editor for Secondary Marketing Executive, a monthly mortgage banking publication.