- Subscribers were pegged at 400,000 - a number that eMusic has been touting for almost a year
- Annual revenue was reportedly $70 million
- A new CEO will be tasked with pushing revenue "well passed $100 million
- The company would not confirm if it is profitable or not
Rumors have also begun circulating that quarterly checks to many labels were down for the first time ever. Did Pakman leave because eMusic is in a slump? And with both labels and consumers being offered more outlets than ever, what can eMusic do to stimulat growth?
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