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News: Music Group EMI in Dire Straits
Posted on Thursday, April 01, 2010 @ 23:28:38 UTC
Topic: Labels

Struggling music group EMI faces being taken over by its bankers after failing to clinch a deal to sell the North American distribution rights for its artists to Universal Music Group or Sony Music. EMI, which has the Beatles, Coldplay, Lily Allen and Pink Floyd on its books, had hoped to raise around 200 million pounds ($304 million) by offering its rivals a five-year licensing contract. A source close to both sets of talks, who requested anonymity because the discussions were private, said that they fell apart after a failure to agree on price. EMI declined to comment. Complete Article





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