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WRONG, SAID FRED: Said erstwhile music attorney Fred Goldring, whose second act involves investing in media and tech companies: “[The major labels] tend to not look at these things as opportunities, but as someone taking advantage of their business. Until they figure out how they’re going to deal new technology on their terms, they don’t make a move. And when they finally do, it’s usually too late… At the end of the day they’re clearly hurting themselves, because they’re leaving money on the table.” (5/11a)

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