1,800 At EMI Lose Jobs After Mariah Carey Flop

After a series of blunders including the massive flop of Mariah Carey’s album ‘Glitter’, EMI has announced plans to axe 1,800 out of 9,000 staff worldwide as it struggles to pull its recorded music business into the black.

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2 thoughts on “1,800 At EMI Lose Jobs After Mariah Carey Flop

  1. chris says:

    I doubt that it is just Mariah’s fault. There are a lot of factors that contribute to a business’ financial stability.

  2. MCCraver says:

    This is the best excuse that Levy can come up with. No wonder their business is in trouble. But, hey someone has to be the scapegoat so why not MC. I think EMI was like all the other music industries. Looking for a super star to bail them out of a slow music market and it backfired. But MC has broad shoulders and a strong chin she’ll take the hits and she’ll make some hits. #1’s. This lady is not done yet by any means. Sounds like Levy’s reasoning of giving EMI’s statement of Mariah’s departing first, after agreeing to issue a joint statement. Lame.

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