After eight years at the helm, Warner Music Group recorded music chairman-CEO Lyor Cohen is resigning from the company as of Sunday.
In a faceoff that should generate heat but may not ultimately sway regulators, proponents and foes of Universal Music Group's $1.9 billion purchase of EMI Music's label assets will appear before the…
Moving further into the realm of global rights management espoused by EMI Music chairman/CEO Roger Faxon, EMI Music Publishing has taken over licensing of digital rights of its EMI April Music song…
EMI may be sold as an intact entity by Citigroup, which assumed control of the debt-distressed company earlier this year, according to one news report.
Citigroup took control of beleaguered EMI Group from Terra Firma Equity Partners on Tuesday, ending the investment firm's torturous three-and-a-half-year ownership of the music firm.
The U.S. music business closes 2010 in an atmosphere of continuing uncertainty and decline, as the events of the last 12 months evince more questions than answers about the industry's future.
In the latest exec shift at the top of EMI Music, former EMI pubbery East Coast A&R chief Dan McCarroll has been named prexy of newly coined Capitol & Virgin Label Group in North America.
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