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Janice Gaub to VP-marketing with duties including brand management, new customer acquisition and market research. She succeeds Suzan Fine Delbene and reports to Senior VP and Chief Operating Officer Kal Raman. Prior to joining drugstore.com, Gaub was division VP-brand marketing at Eddie Bauer. Separately, Judith McGarry appointed VP-strategic partnerships, responsible for corporate communications and managing "key" company relationships, including amazon.com and Rite Aid. Previously a partner at Stone Communications, McGarry also was director of marketing at Datis Corp. She reports to CEO Peter Neupert

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