Industry Moves: Microsoft; Spark Capital; Ai Media; Rosetta

imageMicrosoft: Just a few months after having joined Yahoo (NSDQ: YHOO) as a marketing exec, Eric Hadley is returning to Microsoft’s MSN to work in branding and marketing, according to Kara Swisher at AllThingsD. After a stint at MSN as GM, Hadley left his post as CMO at to sign on as Yahoo’s new VP of US field marketing. Hadley isn’t the only Yahoo to jump ship; on Wednesday we reported that Zimbra founder Satish Dharmaraj is departing.

Spark Capital: Alex Finkelstein has been promoted to general partner of the VC firm. Before joining as principal, Finkelsteen created and produced TV shows which he sold to networks such as FOX, E! and Discovery (NSDQ: DISAB). He also served as a principal for Seed Capital Partners. Release.

Ai Media Group: Search marketing firm Ai Media Group has added Andy Fenster as its new CEO. Most recently serving as VP and controller of Big Flower Holdings, Fenster held various executive financial positions at The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT). Release.

Rosetta: Edward Logan has signed on as managing partner of integrated agency services, where he’ll be responsible for continuing to develop the marketing agency’s online offerings. Logan previously co-founded MMB/ny and served as managing partner. Release.

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