The band has successfully sued to stop EMI from selling single-track downloads.
"It’s not like they’re inherently evil. It’s a system that got too big for its britches and fell over."
We guess the band's still upset about that whole no-YouTube-embedding thing.
That whole 'Dark Night of the Soul' fiasco? Totally forgotten.
The studio is now a Grade II protected site.
Studio turned down $45 mil. offer for studios in 2009, says statement.
EMI is so bad on money right now that they're seeking bidders for the famous studio where the Beatles recorded "Maxwell's Silver Hammer," among other songs.
We wish EMI and Snoop the very best of luck with this obviously foolproof plan.
If throwing tons of money and a geeky dude with a huge brain at the music business's problems doesn't fix everything, we guess we're all out of ideas.
Plus: Whoopi Goldberg is coming to Broadway, and Netflix is coming to your XBox 360.
Approximately 900 billion.
Roger Friedman reports that EMI just fired the heads of Capitol and Virgin Records.
EMI just hired Google's CIO! We can't believe it!
How's the music business doing these days? Glad you asked! Last night it was announced (thankfully not by Billy Bush) that EMI, the music group responsible for Coldplay, is thinning its ranks by 2,000 employees worldwide in a restructuring plan expected to be unveiled tomorrow.