Boyle, Mike; Butler, Susan; Christman, Ed; Coetzer, Diane; Cohen, Jonathan; Garrity, Brian; MacNeil, Jason; Peters, Mitchell; Reuters
September 2006
Billboard;9/16/2006, Vol. 118 Issue 37, p9
Trade Publication
The section presents news briefs in the music industry. Bertelsmann AG and Universal Music Group have settled litigation over the former's investment in the original peer-to-peer service Napster. Tom Freston, president and CEO of Viacom, has resigned after 26 years of service. Atlantic Records is eyeing a November 2006 release for Yusuf Islam's "An Other Cup," his first album of pop music in 28 years.


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