SPEEDING FROM MOTOR CITY: Guess Rick Tetzeli got tired of living in Detroit. Tetzeli — who, for the last year, has been overseeing Time Inc.’s “Assignment Detroit” project pooling staff from all its magazines and reporting from a house the company bought in the Motor City — is jumping ship to become executive editor of Fast Company. Prior to his latest Time job, Tetzeli was managing editor of Entertainment Weekly, where he was pushed aside in a revamp of the struggling title, and previously worked at Fortune, where he covered technology and rose to the number-two position. — A.W.
FUNERAL SERVICES: A funeral service was held Friday for Katy Baggott, the London-based agent whose clients included Phoebe Philo, Katie Hillier and Juergen Teller. According to a spokeswoman for Katy Baggott Ltd., Baggott was 39 years old and died in her sleep on April 28. The cause of death is still unknown. Baggott, known as a tough-as-nails businesswoman who negotiated Philo’s latest position as creative director of the LVMH-owned Celine, is survived by her parents, Malcolm and Tessa, and her sister, Carrie. — Samantha Conti