Losing My Virginity: The Autobiography - Chapters 27-28, November 1991-January 1993 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 27-28, November 1991-January 1993 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 27 November 1991-March 1992 offers renewed excitement when Rolling Stones manager Prince Rupert calls Richard to ask his interest in bidding. Ken estimates a six million pound down payment for threealbums may get their exclusive interest and is available from Citibank. Richard's dilemma between Virgin Music and the airline's survival grows more intense. BA's dirty tricks against Virgin become blatant and exposed in leading newspapers like The Sunday Times and The Guardian. Richard writes a letter to BA's nonexecutive directors who he believes are trustworthy and honorable. He is miffed by their patronizing and dismissive reply. Sir Colin Marshall replies, "I see nothing to be gained from further correspondence." A TV documentary titled "Violating Virgin?" is seen by over seven million viewers and stimulates support for Virgin as well as corroborating tales from poached customers. BA...

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