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European regulators clear Universal to buy EMI

Sep 21, 2012
European regulators have cleared the way for Universal Music Group to buy EMI. The $1.9 billion deal would create a behemoth in the music world. It still has to be approved by U.S. regulators, though.
Posted In: Universal, EMI, Music
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MID-DAY UPDATE: Egypt, Australia , and job numbers

Feb 2, 2011
Egyptian protesters in Cairo -- both opponents and supporters of President Mubarak's leadership -- are clashing today after the leader conceded to...
Posted In: Agriculture, Australia, Citigroup, cyclone, Egypt, EMI, flood, Internet, Jobs, mid-day update, Mubarak, The Beatles
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MID-DAY UPDATE: China's plans and Citi's biz

Oct 18, 2010
Starting out today's news with some China stories. The U.S. is investigating China's clean-tech policies for violations of international trade...
Posted In: apple, China, Citibank, EMI, mid-day update, Miraldi, philanthropy, QE2, quantitative easing

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