YURMAN’S NEW HOME: Jewelry firm David Yurman has sealed the deal for its new corporate headquarters. The company has signed a 15-year lease on a 65,000-square-foot, two-and-a-half-floor space in a 12-story building at 200 Hudson Street in New York’s TriBeCa neighborhood on land owned by Trinity Church. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. "Sybil and I are reaffirming our roots in TriBeCa," David Yurman said, referring to his wife and business partner. "We have lived here for 28 years and we…will now be living and working in the community." The HLW architecture firm will be handling the design work and the company is expected to move in sometime in the second half of 2003.

BAILEY JOINS TRINITY MIRROR: Sly Bailey has been named chief executive of the U.K.’s largest newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror PLC. Bailey, 40, is currently chief executive of IPC Media, a division of Time Inc., the publishing division of AOL Time Warner. During her tenure, she led IPC Media through its management buyout and led the successful sales discussions with AOL Time Warner in 2001. "Sly has a proven track record in building businesses and brands, excellent media credentials and will bring extra drive and vigor to our national and regional newspapers," said Victor Blank, chairman. Trinity Mirror publishes 250 titles across the U.K., and its flagship is the Daily Mirror. A statement from IPC said a successor to Bailey will be announced early next year.

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