When Christopher S. Harrison first joined DMX Inc. as vice president of business affairs, he says the company's new-employee paperwork was a good omen. He says he signed a waiver that he would not complain about offensive lyrics in the music playing in the office. "I knew I had made the right decision," says Harrison, now general counsel of the Austin-based music provider to retailers, restaurants, hotels and other businesses.
Music to His Ears: Classic Rock, Hip-Hop on Heavy Rotation in Office of DMX Inc. General Counsel
October 4, 2010
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