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An appeals court affirms a ruling that foreign publishers affiliated with EMI are allowed to collect money. EMI Music will be allowed to pay itself for the foreign exploitation of Duke Ellington music, a New York appeals court has ruled. The decision
Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images Last week Warner Music Group bought the Parlophone Label Group after Universal Music Group was forced by EU regulators to make divestments in the wake of its purchase of EMI Music (the label's record arm). The UMG purchase
Martin Godwin for the Guardian It has been almost eleven months since Citi reached an agreement to sell EMI Music to Universal Music Group. From that moment to this, even as we worked tirelessly to help UMG reach the finish line, we have never
News in pictures City bankers are looking forward to a big auction of record label EMI's assets as its new owner, Universal Music, pays a "heavy price" to gain approval from Brussels for its £1.2bn takeover. The European Commission will spell out
An independent antitrust group urged U.S. regulators on Thursday to stop Universal Music Group's plan to buy EMI Music's labels for $1.9 billion (1.2 billion pounds) because it says the deal would give Universal too much power in the music industry.
McClatchy-Tribune News Service The following editorial appeared in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, Aug. 7: Universal Music Group is the largest of the four major record companies, and its proposed purchase of EMI Music would make it even larger.
Data science communities teamed up with EMI to find out how accurately you can predict someone's opinion of a song based on a handful of details about their general musical taste Get the data Data journalism and data visualisations from the Guardian
PDT 7/27/2012 by Georg Szalai The music giant is ready to divest the iconic British label, but not music from such key acts as Queen and the Beatles, to win European approval. Vivendi's Universal Music Group is ready to sell British label Parlophone
Universal Music Group's plan to acquire EMI Music suffered a series of setbacks late last week, according to people familiar with the matter, raising the possibility that the music giant will need to pay nearly the entire $1.9 billion purchase price
Music Group is preparing to offer major concessions to European antitrust regulators by Thursday night, about two days later than initially planned, as it seeks approval for its proposed $1.9 billion acquisition of EMI Music. The delay came as the