SBD/April 1, 2011/People and Pop Culture

Executive Transactions

Magna Int'l Chair FRANK STRONACH Thursday said that he is "quitting ... in May after four decades." He "will remain a Magna adviser with annual multi-million dollar fees." Stronach "collected a whopping" $60M in total compensation last year, and he said that he "will be investing the money and not relaxing at home" (TORONTO STAR, 4/1)....NESN Exec VP/Programming & Exec Producer JOEL FELD is "done at NESN after more than five years as one of the network's chief decision-makers." NESN in a statement said Feld "decided to leave," but a source said that the decision was "made by network executives." Feld joined NESN in November '05 (BOSTON GLOBE, 4/1)....The Blue Jays have hired Baseball HOFer ROBERTO ALOMAR as a Special Assistant (CP, 3/31)....The Univ. of New Hampshire has hired Univ. of North Florida Dir of Compliance & Senior Woman Administrator MICHELLE BRONNER as Senior Associate AD for Compliance & Senior Woman Administrator (UNH)....The UFL Virginia Destroyers have hired BRIAN MELEKIAN as Senior VP (UFL)....SMG has hired THOMAS ALBRECHT as Dir of Sales for the Cobo Center in Detroit (SMG).

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