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  BBC NEWS | Business | EMI shares soar on bid approach
EMI is one of the world's four largest music companies.
In a brief statement, EMI said it had received a preliminary bid approach "which may, or may not, lead to an offer being made for the company".
EMI is particularly attractive because it owns one of the world's largest and most valuable music publishing divisions.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/business/6191350.stm   (0 words)

  Emi: "Big Four" Record Company EMI Considering Dropping DRM - Gizmodo
EMI Group, one of the European labels that his Steveness called out in his missive, looks to be taking up his suggestion to offer DRM-free music.
No one company is going to put their asses on the line first and hope everyone else follows...
If the music companies set up their own online stores (and they don't totally suck) and sell without DRM they get to keep all the money.
gizmodo.com /gadgets/emi/big-four-record-company-emi-considering-dropping-drm-235254.php   (754 words)

  EMI shares tumble on 2nd profit warning - Boston.com
EMI shares dropped 28.75 pence, or 12 percent, to close at 210.75 pence ($4.10) on the London Stock Exchange, after losing as much as 15 percent earlier in the session.
EMI had said last October that it expected the bulk of its full-year sales to be generated in the second half of its financial year, ending March 30.
EMI earlier this year said it was abandoning merger talks with Warner Music Group Corp., due to an unfavorable ruling from the European Court Of First Instance on another music industry merger.
www.boston.com /news/world/europe/articles/2007/02/14/emi_shares_tumble_on_2nd_profit_warning   (601 words)

  Britain.tv Wikipedia - EMI
EMI's Australian and New Zealand subsidiaries dominated the popular music industry in those countries from the 1920s until the 1960s, when other locally-owned labels (such as Festival Records) began to challenge EMI's market near monopoly in those regions.
EMI was also an electronic manufacturing company that was very involved in the development of television broadcasting in the UK.
An EMI spokesman noted that audits of record label accounts are not unusual, confirming at least two hundred such audits have been performed, but that they rarely result in legal action[1].
www.britain.tv /wikipedia.php?title=EMI   (870 words)

EMI Group plc was formed as Electric and Musical Industries Ltd in March 1931 from a merger of UK Columbia Records and the Gramophone Company[?]/HMV.
EMI was the largest record company in the world for nearly fifty years.
The EMI company also includes the following labels; Capitol Records, Pathé Records‚; Electrola[?] in Germany, Columbia Nipponophone[?] in Japan, Path Orient[?] and the China Record Co.[?] in China, GramCo[?] in India, and the Odeon[?], Parlophone, Regal-Zonophone[?], His Master's Voice and other labels.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/em/EMI.html   (277 words)

 EMI Music launches DRM-free superior sound quality downloads across its entire digital repertoire
EMI expects that consumers will be able to purchase higher quality DRM-free downloads from a variety of digital music stores within the coming weeks, with each retailer choosing whether to sell downloads in AAC, WMA, MP3 or other unprotected formats of their choice.
EMI Music will continue to employ DRM as appropriate to enable innovative digital models such as subscription services (where users pay a monthly fee for unlimited access to music), super-distribution (allowing fans to share music with their friends) and time-limited downloads (such as those offered by ad-supported services).
EMI has been at the cutting edge of the rapidly growing digital music marketplace since it released David Bowie’s ‘Hours’ as the world’s first ever album to be offered as a digital download in 1999.
www.emigroup.com /Press/2007/press18.htm   (960 words)

 EMI artists push up company profit - Technology - International Herald Tribune
EMI, which also has Kylie Minogue, Norah Jones and Gorillaz on its books, added that it expected continued growth in the global music industry this year as sales in new formats like mobile downloads replace declining sales of recorded music.
EMI reported net profit of £90 million, or $169 million, for the year ended March 31, up from £74.9 million in 2004.
EMI and Warner attempted to merge in 2000 but the combination was vetoed by the European authorities.
www.iht.com /articles/2006/05/23/business/emi.php   (281 words)

 Digital Music News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The company reported revenues of £867.9 million ($1.645 billion) during the six-month period, a drop of 6.5 percent from revenues of £924.6 million ($1.747 billion) recorded the year earlier.
EMI Group Plc reported a revenue dip of 5 percent during its fiscal first half, a period that ended September 30th.
Recorded music division EMI Music slipped 4 percent during the period, and the overall group decline is a modest 3 percent when currency fluctuations are factored in.
www.digitalmusicnews.com /results?title=EMI   (4422 words)

 EMI About Company Main Home
EMI - Everything Metal Imaginable - has evolved from a small specialty foundry into one of the premier art foundries in the nation, on the cutting edge of technology, and a reputable creator and distributor of fine bronze art.
EMI's bronze pieces are created using the time-honored process of lost wax casting - a 6,000 year old tradition which remains essentially unchanged from the process employed centuries ago.
In addition to our staff of talented artists, EMI is privileged to work with several artists of world renown, who trust our company to reproduce their sculpture while maintaining the perfection of their art.
www.artbronze.com /emimain.htm   (358 words)

 CNN.com - EMI staff count cost of Carey - Mar. 20, 2002
EMI (EMI), the world's third-largest music company, said the job cuts, writing off Carey's contract and loss-making investments, would cost £240 million ($340 million).
EMI has seen its shares fall by more than 30 percent over the last 12 months after planned mergers with Warner Music and BMG were scuppered by anti-competition concerns.
EMI is on track to meet its 2001 pretax profit forecast of £150 million, the company said, and set out an operating margin goal for its recorded music business of 11-13 percent within three years
edition.cnn.com /2002/BUSINESS/03/20/emi.jobs/index.html   (565 words)

 Norman Newell - Free Music Downloads, Videos, Lyrics, CDs, MP3s, Bio, Merchandise and Links
As the head of EMI's prestigious Columbia label, and as a top staff producer, he had the confidence of the company's management and the biggest budgets, and the highest visibility of any music producer in England from the end of the 1940's until the beginning of the 1960's.
He distinguished himself sufficiently to attract the attention of EMI's management, and was hired by that company in 1949 to become head of Artists and Repertory for the crown jewel of its operation, the British Columbia label.
Newell proved so prodigious a talent that, in 1952, he exited EMI to move to America, intent on pursuing his career as a composer, but he was enticed back to the record company, where he went back to work for both the British Columbia and HMV labels.
www.artistdirect.com /nad/music/artist/bio/0,,473071,00.html   (1041 words)

 Emergency Management International, Inc.
EMI is committed to providing professional state-of-the-art knowledge while completing assignments ethically and with integrity.
EMI high professional standards and objectivity, combined with years of experience, allows EMI to provide solutions to the most complex crisis, emergency and natural disaster problems.
EMI offers a unique combination of technical and environmental skills, knowledge and ability to support informed decision making and positive results.
www.emi-usa.com /company.htm   (99 words)

 EMI Pumps - Company Information
EMI was started as a division of Edwards Manufacturing Inc., a Northwest company started in 1926.
During this time the company focused on the semiconductor business and became the leading independent high purity pump repair company in the United States.
EMI has the same Clean Room, test equipment, fabrication equipment and machine shop (less the large automated machinery for making gear pumps) that it’s always had.
www.emipumps.com /content/company.asp   (216 words)

 HM Revenue & Customs: Enterprise Management Incentives
Company X therefore fails to meets the EMI requirements, as not all of its subsidiaries are qualifying subsidiaries.
Where a company is in administration or receivership, it is not regarded as ceasing to meet the trading activities requirements because of actions taken as a consequence of this.
A company whose shares are the subject of an EMI option at any time during a tax year must fill in an EMI tax return, Form EMI 40, and send it to HMRC within three months of the end of the tax year.
www.hmrc.gov.uk /shareschemes/emi-new-guidance.htm   (10757 words)

 In English // EMI // In English
EMI Music is one of the top global recorded music companies, operating directly in nearly 50 countries worldwide, with licensees in a further 20.
The company released the first ever digital album in 1999, and was the first label to offer a video single on the internet two years later.
EMI Music continues to be progressive in realising the new opportunities presented by digital and establishing itself as the partner of choice in that arena.
www.emi.fi /www/english   (409 words)

 Custom Engineered EMI Shielding Plastic Compounds (RFI Shielding, ESD Protection) Electromagnetic Compliant Specialty ...
RTP Company introduces "smart" plastics for Bluetooth™ standard
Thermoplastic compounds for EMI shielding offer reliability and value in applications where electromagnetic compatibility is required.
EMI shielding compounds provide "immunity" for sensitive components from incoming EMI and/or prevent excessive emissions of EMI to other susceptible equipment.
www.rtpcompany.com /products/shielding   (316 words)

 Los Angeles Business from bizjournals: EMI Group plc company profile
EMI Group Plc (LON: EMI), based in London, England, is the world's largest independent music company.
EMI Music, is a top recorded music company, while EMI Music Publishing, is the world's largest music publisher.
In March 2006, EMI Music Greece was the big winner at Greece's 5th annual ARION music awards, presented in Athens, walking away with 12 awards, the most for one company since the awards began five years ago.
losangeles.bizjournals.com /losangeles/gen/EMI_Group_plc_4B345152E1254A1AA9AB985BC94A2641.html   (0 words)

EMI's Australian and New Zealand subsidiaries dominated the popular music industry in those countries from the 1920s until the 1960s, when other locally-owned labels (such as Festival Records) began to challenge EMI's market near monopoly in those regions.
EMI was also an electronic manufacturing company that was very involved in the development of television broadcasting in the UK.
An EMI spokesman noted that audits of record label accounts are not unusual, confirming at least two hundred such audits have been performed, but that they rarely result in legal action[1].
www.solarnavigator.net /music/EMI.htm   (822 words)

 EMI ousts 2 top music executives - International Business - MSNBC.com
EMI Group PLC said Friday that two top music executives are leaving the company and at the same time issued a profit warning after lower-than-expected sales over the Christmas period.
EMI Group PLC, home to artists such as Coldplay and Robbie Williams, said in October that it expected the bulk of its full-year sales to be generated in the second half of the financial year ending March 30.
Levy was recruited by EMI five years ago to turn around the fortunes of the ailing music company after the departure of Ken Berry.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/16593320   (756 words)

 UK's EMI eyes deal with Bertelsmann - Nov. 10, 2000   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The talks come just weeks after EMI (EMI) and Time Warner (TWX: Research, Estimates), the parent of CNNfn, pulled the plug on a planned $20 billion joint-venture involving their music units.
Time Warner and EMI, who had promised to rework their deal to make it more palatable for EU regulators, denied a report Tuesday in the Financial Times saying their attempts at forming a joint venture were on the brink of collapse.
EMI shares jumped 10 percent on the announcement Friday, but gave up most of that gain to stand 16 pence higher, or 2.9 percent, at 561.25 in late afternoon trading on the London Stock Exchange.
money.cnn.com /2000/11/10/europe/emitalks   (964 words)

 Thorn EMI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thorn EMI acquired the MEL division of Philips in 1990.
Ferguson were owned by Thorn EMI and they made Consumer Electronics like TV sets, VCRs, etc. TVs were designed and manufactured by Ferguson in the UK until around the early 1990s, although before this, some Thomson-designed models were introduced to the Fergsuon range of TVs for sale in the UK.
The company became EMI Group plc, and the electronics and rentals divisions were divested as Thorn plc.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Thorn_EMI   (469 words)

 EMI Company Research (EMI), Charts, News, Financials, and More
UK music group EMI, which began life in the 1930s, has had some of the worlds biggest stars on its books including the Beatles.
The last few years have been tough as the group was left out in the cold as rivals attempted to merge and its own attempt with Warner was blocked.
EMI chief makes final plea to have copyright ext...
www.digitallook.com /cgi-bin/digital/security.cgi?csi=10038   (317 words)

 USATODAY.com - EMI abandons plans to merge with Warner Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
EMI and Warner have long accepted that a combination would benefit their companies but couldn't agree on price.
A combination of EMI and Warner Music would have controlled about 25% of the recorded music market, leapfrogging Sony BMG in the rankings and leaving the joint entity second only to Universal, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.
EMI said it was focused on driving its recorded music and music publishing businesses forward and said it will deliver a strong operating performance this year, achieve its financial objectives and make good progress.
www.usatoday.com /money/media/2006-07-27-emi-warner_x.htm   (425 words)

 EMI Films
EMI bought British Lion Films in 1976, folding it into the company.
The company's final films (The Deer Hunter, Bad Boys and The Philadelphia Experiment) were released through Universal* and Paramount before it was closed down.
The company and its library were sold to Cannon Films in 1986.
members.fortunecity.com /teamfx2000/OtherStudios/emi.htm   (1104 words)

 EMI Group PLC (EMI.L) Full Description | Stocks | Reuters.com
EMI Group PLC is an independent music company operating directly in 50 countries.
EMI Music represents more than 1300 recording artists worldwide, spanning all musical tastes and genres from classical jazz, country and Christan music to alternative, rock, pop, rap/urban and dance music.
In January 2007, the Company reorganized EMI Music's American operations by merging the operations of its two main record labels, Capitol and Virgin labels, to form The Capitol Music Group.
stocks.us.reuters.com /stocks/fullDescription.asp?symbol=EMI.L   (262 words)

 EMI Music UK & Ireland
EMI Music UK & Ireland is part of the EMI Group PLC and is the world's largest independent music company and also the oldest record company in the world, dating back to 1897.
EMI Music UK & Ireland is the regional operating company for EMI Music, the recorded music side of the business.
Our Irish operating company EMI Music Ireland is based in Dublin representing local artists and marketing and promoting UK and International artists across Ireland.
www.emimusic.co.uk /04/home.htm   (241 words)

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