|Parent company||Warner Music Group|
|Country of origin||U.S.|
When record producer David Foster signed a deal with Warner Bros. in 1995, it enabled him to start 143 Records. Foster gave the responsibility for running the label to manager Brian Avnet. One of the label's first signing was Irish folk-rock band The Corrs.
In 1997 Foster and Avnet concluded "logo labels" like 143 were in a "bad spot". Foster sold the label back to Warner and then became senior vice-president at the corporation.
- "Interview with Brian Avnet". HitQuarters. 16 Feb 2004. Retrieved 21 Dec 2010.
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