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Industry Veteran Ron Fair Named Head of A&M Records

February 27, 2001

Veteran record executive Ron Fair has been named president of A&M Records. Fair, formerly senior vice president of artists and repertoire at RCA Records, will fill a job that has been vacant since 1999, when A&M was folded into Universal Music Group's Interscope division as part of Universal's merger with PolyGram. At RCA, Fair was credited with signing pop sensation Christina Aguilera.

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David Fox has joined Business Valuation Services, a valuation, litigation and financial advisory firm, as director of its new Los Angeles office. Fox formerly was a senior manager in forensic services at KPMG. Business Valuation is based in Dallas.

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Circa Information Technologies Inc. has promoted Thomas J. White Jr. to president of the Downey-based software development company. White has been with the company since 1977, serving in various positions and helping develop its main software products.

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Robert Harris has been named vice president of Business Bank of California's small-business lending department. Harris previously served as vice president in the small-business lending divisions at Heller Financial and First Union Bank. Business Bank, based in San Bernardino, operates eight branches in the Inland Empire.

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