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Saturday, September 24, 2005
There's a third possibility: Last week Apple CEO suggested that if record labels started charging more than $0.99 per song on his service and others, it would be indicative of pure greed. Not one to want to prove Jobs wrong, Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. fired back.


“To have only one price point is not fair to our artists, and I dare say not appropriate to consumers. The market should decide, not a single retailer,” said Mr. Bronfman. “Some songs should be $0.99 and some songs should be more. I don’t want to give anyone the impression that $0.99 is a thing of the past.


And some songs should be less than $0.99. Mainly anything by Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.

11:56 PM

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I'm sorry, but you have this exactly backwards. Tracks by Britney and Christina should be much more than $0.99, to discourage their spread to the maximum extent possible.
 
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