Sour Notes for Warner Music

Investors bid the shares lower after the recording company reported a drop in fiscal first-quarter profit

Big-selling albums by Josh Groban, Eric Clapton, and My Chemical Romance weren't enough to keep Warner Music Group (WMG) whistling a profitable tune last quarter. During the three months ended Dec. 31, a lighter release schedule and soft sales helped cause the recording company's earnings to tumble.

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