Katy Perry Joins Kanye West: Regulators Approve Universal-EMI Deal 34 weeks ago
Kanye West, meet Norah Jones. Lady Gaga, meet Katy Perry.
Regulators in Europe, the United States and several other terriroties approved...
By Lucas Shaw
Under fire from WMG's Edgar Bronfman, Universal Music Group chief Lucian Grainge defends S1.9B EMI merger at Senate antitrust panel hearing
Public Knowledge and the Consumer Federation of America compare the music inudstry to the e-book market, citing a recent DOJ case
Sony's deal makes it the largest label in the music publishing field as Universal's deal for EMI's other division is still being investigated
Universal Music Group has identified buyers for more than $650 million in assets, but will it be enough to mollify regulators investigating its EMI purchase?
Rio Caraeff, CEO of music video hub Vevo, announced at the Dive Into Media Conference that "Hulu for music videos" is now profitable
The former Vivendi and Seagram's exec sold WMG in May
A new store to compete with iTunes, bolstered by Google-Plus integration
With the EMI acquisition, Universal will control a third of all music sales; but the real question is what it does with its massive catalog
The company has signed a definitive agreement with Citigroup and will unload $685 million of "non-core assets"
On the brink of defaulting on loan, Guy Hands' Terra Firma relinquishes control of music giant
Label head honcho fined $6.8 million in French case same day he reaps millions on the market from potentially putting company up for sale -- while seeking to buy EMI Music
As ownership battle over venerable music giant looms, private equity group want court decision that cleared bank overturned
Legendary psychedelic rockers sign new five-year deal
Media giant plans to expand 6 million song subscription service worldwide in 2011
For his 70th birthday Saturday, remastered releases, new films, $11,000 guitars and $27,000 pens will push the former Beatle's brand to new heights
Goal is to "enable the company to reposition itself as a comprehensive rights management company"
The music titan is pumping out hits, focusing on its debt and the first quarter is up -- "significantly"
Elio Leoni-Sceti out as chief executive; Charles Allen named executive chairman
Company takes legendary studio off block
Legendary studio put up for sale by EMI
The private equity company accuses the bank of fabricating the existence of additional bidders
Becomes first major music company to put videos, concert footage on online video site.
"Beatlemania has returned": EMI says the remastered albums have sold 2.25 million copies in North America.
As the drum beats toward a March deadline on billions of debt, the recorded music giant's owner and his lender begin their last dance
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga