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Doug Goes Rolfing

CLAUSES & PAUSES: When is Doug Morris getting out of his deal? Sony wants him to start in April, right after the exit of Rolf Schmidt-Holtz, but Vivendi appears to be putting up some resistance. One area of concern to all parties is Morris’ non-compete clause, which runs until his deal ends on Dec. 31. It’s still unknown when Vivendi will let him go—it could even be relatively soon—but Morris is said to be content no matter how the French choose to play it. (1/27p) 

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