Don Ienner

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Don Ienner (/ˈnər/ EYE-nər) was the Chairman of the Sony Music Label Group during first half of the decade of the 1990s. He worked closely with his predecessor Tommy Mottola and was partially responsible for the breakthrough of Mariah Carey.[citation needed]

He resigned from that position on June 1, 2006.

Don Ienner and his brother Jimmy Ienner founded a music production company C.A.M. U.S.A., which operated from 1972-1977.