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The European Commission approves Universal Music's $1.9B acquisition of EMI's recorded music...

The European Commission approves Universal Music's $1.9B acquisition of EMI's recorded music unit from Citigroup (C) after Universal promises to sell a host of labels, including Chrysalis, Mute and the iconic Parlophone. However, Universal will be able to keep the rights to the Beatles, which are part of Parlophone's catalog. (EU statement)
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  • Tony Petroski
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    See how easy this stuff becomes?

     

    The copywriter has been marinated in the bureaucratic state. This is the end of the line for those of you hoping for change through regulation.

     

    "I thought it was odd when Yoko changed the lyrics as I wrote my songs."
    -- Yogi McCartney
    21 Sep 2012, 07:00 AM Reply Like
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