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And for those who think Hearst staffers had little choice but to pony up $40 to stay in Clinton's good graces, they would be wrong. The event also drew Jack Kliger, president and chief executive officer of Hachette Filipacchi Media; David Carey, group president and publishing director at Portfolio; Carlos Lamadrid, new publisher of Woman's Day; Will Schenk, publisher of Men's Journal; Keith Fox, president of BusinessWeek; Carol Hamilton, president of L'Oréal Paris, Fern Mallis, Stan Herman and Nick Graham. Total proceeds from the sale have not been finalized, but Clinton said it was enough money to fund a nurse's salary for one year at the Children's Hospital in Angkor Wat, Cambodia, the evening's beneficiary. — A.W.