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  • Bidders in the mix also include the U.S. private-equity giant Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. and its music-publishing joint-venture partner Bertelsmann AG, and CPP Investment Board, which in 2009 was involved in a proposal by Mr. Hands to invest in EMI's music-publishing arm as part of a larger, abortive effort to break up the company.

    Citigroup Seeks Buyer for EMI

  • A sale of Warner's publishing arm could pave the way for an acquisition of EMI by Warner, which might run into antitrust issues were it to attempt to combine its music-publishing unit with EMI's.

    Citigroup Seeks Buyer for EMI

  • But other big names are also in the mix, including a firm connected with TV personality Simon Cowell , financial buyers that would most likely be interested in EMI's valuable music-publishing operation, and rival music companies that are interested in the more volatile and challenged recorded-music division or the entire company.

    Citigroup Seeks Buyer for EMI

  • Citigroup's involvement with EMI began in 2007 when the bank lent money to British financier Guy Hands to buy the group, which also includes a music-publishing arm.

    Warner Closer to EMI Music Deal

  • That includes Lyor Cohen , who heads up the record-music side of the company, and Cameron Strang , who runs its music-publishing division.

    Warner Music Swaps Leaders

  • Sony began aggressively building up its music-publishing empire in 2005 and 2006.

    In EMI Split, Digital Overtones

  • In 2007, the company recruited as Sony/ATV's chairman and chief executive Martin Bandier , a music-publishing veteran who had previously served at the helm of EMI's music-publishing unit.

    In EMI Split, Digital Overtones

  • He was supposed to look after the legitimate end of the music-publishing business in Hollywood, while the Sterns took over the New York office as a front for their espionage activities.

    A Covert Affair

  • That would value EMI at between 5.7 and 7.5 times historic Ebitda and reflect the fact EMI's share of the recorded music market is smaller than Warner's, even though its more highly rated music-publishing business makes up a larger proportion of earnings.

    Hoping EMI Will Strike A Better Note for Citi

  • Potential "strategic" buyers included Sony Corp., Live Nation Entertainment Inc., and BMG Rights, a music-publishing joint venture between Bertelsmann AG and buyout firm Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.

    Warner Music Nears Deal With Billionaire Blavatnik

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