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BAND BACK IN SYNCH AT END OF SUIT

'N Sync and its former promoter have settled a lawsuit that allows the multiplatinum singing group to keep its name while changing record companies.

Most details of Wednesday's out-of-court settlement between 'N Sync and Lou Pearlman were not disclosed.

But 'N Sync will be able to leave a record deal Pearlman negotiated for it with BMG Entertainment and go to another record company, Zomba Group's Jive Records, home to fellow teen pop acts the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears.

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