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Harris Interactive Appoints Eric Narowski As CFO - Quick Facts

Harris Interactive Inc. (HPOL) announced that it has appointed Eric Narowski as its Chief Financial Officer, having served as Interim Chief Financial Officer since June 2011. The company stated that he continues to also serve as the Principal Accounting Officer and Global Controller of the Company.

Marc Levin has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of the Company, responsible for European operations. He continues to also serve as Chief Administrative Officer, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of the Company.

Mike de Vere has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Company's U.S. Business Groups. He continues to also serve as President of the Company's U.S. Business Groups.

Todd Myers has been appointed Chief Operating Officer of the Company's U.S. Business Groups, having served as Interim Head of Technology, Operations and Panel since June 2011.

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