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October 25, 1989 | STEVE HOCHMAN
Hale Milgrim, who oversaw marketing for a wide range of recording artists, including Metallica, 10,000 Maniacs, Tracy Chapman and Anita Baker, while with Electra Entertainment, has been named president of Capitol Records. Milgrim, 41, resigned last week as senior vice president-marketing for Elektra Entertainment, a position he held since 1987. Milgrim, currently based in New York, will be moving to the Los Angeles area.
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October 25, 1989 | STEVE HOCHMAN
Hale Milgrim, who oversaw marketing for a wide range of recording artists, including Metallica, 10,000 Maniacs, Tracy Chapman and Anita Baker, while with Electra Entertainment, has been named president of Capitol Records. Milgrim, 41, resigned last week as senior vice president-marketing for Elektra Entertainment, a position he held since 1987. Milgrim, currently based in New York, will be moving to the Los Angeles area.
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BUSINESS
August 12, 1992
Hale Milgrim, president of Capitol Records since 1989, has been given the additional title of chief executive. The newly created title was part of Milgrim's new long-term contract at the Hollywood-based record label. Capitol is owned by Thorn-EMI of Germany.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 7, 1992 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
A Capitol Deal: Paul McCartney has renewed his contract with Capitol-EMI Records in a deal that Capitol President and CEO Hale Milgrim says will have him remain with the original home of the Beatles "basically for the rest of his recording career." No terms were disclosed. A new single, "Hope of Deliverance," will be released in January, with an album, "Off the Ground," following in February.
BUSINESS
September 30, 1994
STACKING UP SALES Total album and single sales of CDs and cassettes for the week ended Sept. 25, compared to week-ago and year-ago levels, in millions of units sold: Latest week: Albums: 9.7 Singles: 1.7 Week-ago: Albums: 10.3 Singles: 1.8 Year-ago: Albums: 9.1 Singles: 1.9 Hits Magazine Tip of the Week After much speculation that former Capitol Records President Hale Milgrim would become the new president of Elektra Records, negotiations have fallen apart and no deal will be struck.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 28, 1994 | Robert Hilburn and Chuck Philips
It takes more than a presiden cy title to be a player in the record business. The key is making other executives worry about your next move. Here are three executives who, to borrow an industry phrase, are "bubbling under" the Top 40--executives with the title and clout, but who have yet to cinch their place in the rock royalty in the eyes of other powerbrokers.
BUSINESS
September 17, 1993 | ALAN CITRON
The on-again, off-again rumors of former Capitol Records President Hale Milgrim taking over Hollywood Records are heating up once more. Sources say Milgrim has been invited to a second meeting with Walt Disney Co. Chairman Michael D. Eisner, who's personally scouting for a new chief for the troubled label. While Eisner and Milgrim declined to comment, industry sources give the Milgrim rumor some credence, since his name is one of the few that's repeatedly surfaced.
BUSINESS
May 17, 2001 | LIZ PULLIAM WESTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a move to preserve what's left of Reed E. Slatkin's crumbling financial empire, a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge Wednesday named veteran forensic accountant and former FBI agent R. Todd Neilson as trustee for Slatkin's Chapter 11 case. Regulators and investors had pressed for the emergency appointment after the FBI and Internal Revenue Service raided Slatkin's offices and the Securities and Exchange Commission obtained a court order freezing his assets Friday.
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