EMI Group Limited, an aa kent as EMI Music or simply EMI, wis a Breetish multinaitional muisic recordin an publishin company, an electronics device an seestems manufacturin company, heidquartert in Lunnon, Ingland.
EMI Group logo used from 1990 to 2012
|Private company (2006–2011)|
|Fate||Broken-up (EMI Music Publishing acquired bi consortium led bi Sony/ATV Music Publishing an comprisin Sony Corporation of America, the Estate o Michael Jackson, Mubadala Development Company PJSC, Jynwel Capital Limited, the Blackstone Group's GSO Capital Partners LP an David Geffen;|
bulk o recordin business acquired bi Universal Music Group;
Parlophone, Chrysalis Records, EMI Classics, Virgin Classics an EMI Records' Belgian, Czech, Dens, French, Norse, Portuguese, Spainyie, Slovak an Swadish operations acquired bi Warner Music Group;
Mute Records an Virgin Music Publishing sauld tae BMG Rights Management)
|Predecessor||Columbia Graphophone Company|
|Successor||EMI Music Publishing|
Virgin EMI Records
EMI Records Nashville
|Defunct||28 September 2012 (as a company)|
|Heidquarters||Westminster, Lunnon, Ingland, Unitit Kinrick|
|Roger Faxon (chief executive)|
Ruth Prior (CFO)
|Revenue||£1.072 billion ($1.65 billion)(2009)|
|Awner||Terra Firma Capital Partners (August 2007 to February 2011)|
Citigroup (February 2011 to September 2012)
Universal Music Group (2011–present)
Sony/ATV Music Publishing (2011–present)
Nummer o employees
|5,500 (Januar 2008)|
|Parent||Warner Bros. Records |
(Warner Music Group) (2011–)
|Subsidiaries||Virgin EMI Records |
|Wabsteid||Universal Music |
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