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bandy

1. an early form of hockey, often played on ice
2. a stick, curved at one end, used in the game of bandy
3. an old form of tennis
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Bandier will be moving into its 2,309-square-foot space on the 10th floor of 20 West 22nd Street this month.
Songs of Hope XI music and entertainment presenting and platinum sponsors include Clive Davis, Electronic Arts, Martin Bandier, Sony/ATV, Universal Music Publishing Group, Billboard, Variety and Los Angeles magazine.
However, EMI said it was not changing the two-year severance pay terms for either Mr Levy or the head of its publishing arm Marty Bandier to ensure their terms remained competitive with the rest of the music industry.
Top of the list was EMI music chief Martin Bandier, who earned pounds 3.
Among other payments, EMI chairman Eric Nicoli received a salary of pounds 631,000, while the head of music publishing Martin Bandier picked up a salary package of pounds 3.
Running of the firm is now set to be split between ex- Virgin music chief Ken Berry and Martin Bandier, who runs music publishing for EMI.
This transaction reinforces our strategy of building the operational breadth of Sony/ATV Music Publishing while tapping the extraordinary expertise and experience of Marty Bandier and his management team.
ABS Partners Real Estate announced that BANDIER, the first multi-brand, fashion-focused fitness boutique, has launched a pop-up store for the months of November and December at 915 Broadway, ABS' 20-story, 225,000 s/f office headquarters.
Music industry veterans Lou Adler , Martin Bandier , and Rob Light along with artist James Taylor are tribute chairs .
Music, Martin Bandier, chairman and CEO of EMI Music Publishing, and Martin
We believe that AOL Time Warner, and a whole bunch of their companies, have been rampantly using our copyrighted material without licensing it or paying for it,' said Martin Bandier, chairman and chief executive of EMI Music Publishing.