October 2007
Music Week;10/6/2007, Issue 40, p4
Trade Publication
The article offers news briefs concerning issues related to the music industry in Great Britain. David Boyd, A&R director for Independiente, has left the company by mutual consent. Starbucks is planning to launch a marketing campaign that will involve the coffee chain giving away 50 million music downloads, which will help them promote its wi-fi music service with Apple.


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