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THRILLER TOPS 33M MARK

Michael Jackson's Thriller has become the first album certified 3.3x Diamond for United States sales and streams. Thinking about how to redecorate the offices to fit the new artwork are, from left, Sony Music CEO Doug Morris, Columbia Records Chairman & CEO Rob Stringer, Estate Co-Executor John Branca, Commercial Music Group President Richard Story, Epic Records Chairman & CEO L.A. Reid and the Jackson Estate’s Karen Langford. Alternative fact: Doug Morris scored higher than Rob Stringer at Sony’s annual “Moonwalk” competition.

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