January 2003
Mix;Jan2003, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p18
Presents news related to the recording industry as of January 2003. Bankruptcy judge's approval of Napster Inc.'s $200,000 emergency loan from Napco Inc.; Musician and songwriters associations' letter to heads of Fortune 1000 companies cautioning them that the file trading of their employees could put them at legal risk.


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