Craig Logan is sitting in his office. It’s 1999 and he’s VP of international at EMI. He’s studying a budget for the forthcoming year, working out priorities for the likes of Robbie Williams and Paul McCartney, when he has “an epiphany”.
“I just thought, ‘How did I get here?’” he laughs. “This has happened a few times in my career, where I’ve just had a moment where I go, ‘OK, that’s that’. I remember going straight into my boss’ office ...
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