Detroit Symphony Orchestra settles $54M in loans tied to real estate deal on music center
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra announced Thursday that it has resolved $54 million in loans owed to five banks on a real estate deal for the Max M. Fisher Music Center, allowing the 125-year-old orchestra to more confidently move ahead in its financial recovery.
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#1 May 31, 2012
It's a sick culture when REAL musicians have to struggle to make ends meet and illiterate criminal (c)rappers make millions! It shows a real decline in western civilization!
Since: May 12
#2 May 31, 2012
It's like the wicked don't care if it wasn't for the musicians they wouldn't make money.
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