Jan 21st, 2008 // 1 Comment

The Telegraph profiles Guy Hands, the man who’s charged himself with attempting to make the record company act more like an actual business: “About a third of the artists who sign with EMI never make an album,” he says. “We’re going to drop a fair number of them. You’ve got to get them to a level where you can provide a super service.” First the fruit and flowers, and now this! [Telegraph]

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