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August 10, 1995| Times Staff and Wire Reports

Michael Fuchs Visits Warner to Speed Talks: The chairman of Warner Music Group paid an unexpected visit to Los Angeles to straighten out management problems at Warner Bros. Records and speed up negotiations to sever ties with Westwood-based Interscope Records. Time Warner Inc.--which has been under intense pressure from politicians to stop selling "violent and sexually degrading" music--is likely to sell off its 50% stake in the successful but controversial record label before Aug. 16 when the media giant's music division holds its annual conference in Florida. Sources said Danny Goldberg, current chairman at Warner Bros. Records, is also expected to leave the company before next Wednesday.

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