Thomas H. Lee

  1. Warner Music and EMI For Sale? It Could Happen, Insiders Say

    January 21, 2011 12:00 AM EST All hell has broken loose in the music business: The Warner Music Group will be shopped while it prepares to buy EMI, should that company come up for sale, according to reports. Sources told The New York Times that the private equity firms that ow ...

  2. Warner Music and EMI For Sale? It Could Happen, Insiders Say

    January 21, 2011 12:00 AM EST All hell has broken loose in the music business: The Warner Music Group will be shopped while it prepares to buy EMI, should that company come up for sale, according to reports. Sources told The New York Times that the private equity firms that ow ...

  3. IAC Boosts Front Line Stake

    May 16, 2007 12:00 AM EDT IAC/InterActive Corp. has significantly increased its stake in Front Line, the mega management firm headed by Irving Azoff and Howard Kaufman, Billboard.biz has confirmed. Speculation regarding Front Line's future ownership make-up has been r ...

  4. Linkin Park Wants Out Of Warner Bros. Contract

    May 10, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Warner Bros. Records rock act Linkin Park is demanding its release from Warner Music Group in the wake of a dispute over a renegotiation of the band's contract. NEW YORK -- Warner Bros. Records rock act Linkin Park is demanding its release fr ...

  5. Linkin Park Wants Out Of Warner Bros. Contract

    May 02, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Warner Bros. Records rock act Linkin Park is demanding its release from Warner Music Group in the wake of a dispute over a renegotiation of the band's contract. Group owes four more records, seeks ne Warner Bros. Records rock act Linkin Park ...

  6. WMG Posts 10-Month Uptick

    December 13, 2004 12:00 AM EST Warner Music Group today (Dec. 13) reported improved financial performance for the 10 months ended September 2004. The company's net loss was $136 million, compared with a net loss of $239 million in Warner Music Group today (Dec. 13) reporte ...

  7. Revamped WMG Posts First-Half Gains

    August 19, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Warner Music Group says it swung to a first-half profit of $21 million, reversing a $36 million loss in the same period a year ago. Warner Music Group says it swung to a first-half profit of $21 million, reversing a $36 million loss in the same pe ...