TW changes its tune with Edgar Jr

Goldsmith, Jill; Gallo, Phil; Amdur, Meredith
November 2003
Daily Variety;11/21/2003, Vol. 281 Issue 36, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the amount offered by the investor group of music executive Edgar Bronfman Jr. for Warner Music Group Inc. in the U.S. Battle of the executive for the music company; Details of the deal; Challenges faced by the industry with declining sales and increased piracy.


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