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Universal Electronics Names Arling CEO

October 31, 2000

Paul Arling has been named president and chief executive of Universal Electronics Inc. in Cypress. He had been president and chief operating officer. Arling joined the company in 1996 as senior vice president and chief financial officer and was appointed president and chief operating officer in 1998. Camille Jayne, who has served as chief executive officer more than two years, has been named executive chairman of the board. She joined Universal in February 1998 as president and chief operating officer. In August of that year, she was named chief executive and in December 1998 was elected chairman of the board. Universal supplies wireless universal-control devices, chips and software technologies.

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