EMI Spends $50m Per Year To Scrap CDs

EMI Spends $50m Per Year To Scrap CDs
Innovation

Marc Andreessen points us to a Financial Times article that reports that EMI, who is laying off a third of its workforce , spends 25 million pounds a year to scrap unsold CDs".... To destroy unsold physical inventory in a world of ubiquitous digital distribution.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 january 2008

Marc Andreessen points us to a Financial Times article that reports that EMI, who is laying off a third of its workforce, spends 25 million pounds a year to scrap unsold CDs”. Marc comments:

That’s about $50 million — a year. To destroy unsold physical inventory in a world of ubiquitous digital distribution. Oh my.

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