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We explore how the music industry has changed and meet its most powerful player, Sir Lucian Grainge
Vivendi to float group valued at €33bn in Amsterdam next week but many believe the price will soar
The most powerful CEO in the music industry on defying death, killer deals and taking his record label public
Deal is first of its kind for a blank-cheque company and comes as music catalogues soar in value
Lucian Grainge, who recently celebrated his 60th birthday, is expected to recover
Music label accepts lower royalty fees but restricts use of premium releases
US music retail sales rose to $7.7bn last year, its highest level since 1998
Berlin-based music streaming service agrees licensing terms with world’s biggest record company
World’s largest music company uses licence negotiation to push for higher streaming revenue
Brands can be superimpose in videos after they have been made
With the £1.2bn takeover of EMI, a 52-year-old Londoner has emerged as ‘the music industry’s most powerful man’