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The Recording Industry Assn. of America is elevating prexy Cary Sherman to chairman and CEO, succeeding Mitch Bainwol.
Sherman, 63, will start Sept. 1. Bainwol, who has served in the post for eight years, is headed to the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers to serve as its CEO. Sherman has been president of the RIAA since 2001, after joining the org as general counsel in 1997. The org's choice of an insider to fill the post may reflect an increase in stability for the biz and the org after years of upheaval.
Also moving up in the org will be Mitch Glazier, who will be the No. 2 as senior executive vice president. He had …