Lousada: 'The role of the record label is becoming more important'

In the glass lift up to his new sky-scratching office, Max Lousada will scan daily exactly how much responsibility now rests on his shoulders: all five floors’ worth.

Installed as CEO at Warner Music UK following the departure of Christian Tattersfield, Lousada has migrated to the famous former EMI building on Wright’s Lane.

By spring, the entirety of the major - including Rhino/ADA and central services - will have joined him within the largely transparent structure, the first time in ...

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