Parlophone Label Group's Kassler: 'We're effectively a mini major'

Universal’s £1.2bn acquisition of EMI has not come without its complications. The European Commission ruled in September that the Vivendi-owned major would need to sell off a chunk of EMI’s old EU business in order for the deal to be approved - including assets such as Parlophone (minus The Beatles), EMI Classics and Chrysalis.

These and other elements of EMI can now be found under a new brand name – the Parlophone Label Group – which is due to be ...

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