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Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Dame Dash did not hold his tongue when speaking to a reporter from the New York Daily News recently.
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Sony Music Entertainment gained approval for a $1.6 million tax incentive to move 50 jobs to Rutherford, New Jersey, rather than Long Island City, New York.
Olam International Ltd. , the Singapore-based commodities trader that short-seller Carson Block has said is worthless, just got a lot more valuable.
HAIL and FAREWELL to former Florida governor Reubin Askew - one of the first of the "New South" Democratic governors when others were preaching "massive resistance" and promising to preserve segregation - who has died at the age of 85 ....... the widow of jazz great Dave Brubeck Iola Brubeck - also the matriarch of a musical family - who has died ... (more)
Declara Co-founder and CEO knows a lot about overcoming adversity and the process of learning as an adult.
After three decades of gains, China's share of U.S. imports has plateaued, and in Europe, it's in decline.
More specifically, she is seeing herself 20 feet tall and standing in the center of five actresses on the billboards for the new movie "The Single Moms Club."
It's been a rough week in terms of eaters finding disgusting things in their food.
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BY THE time you read this, it will have been a week since Malaysia Airlines MH370 went missing en route to Beijing.
With over 2,000 acts performing at the 2014 SXSW Music Festival, every conceivable venue in downtown Austin is being utilized in some way.
The stage has been set for the Port Authority's board to vote on raises for the 12,000 workers who labor for the minimum wage at the region's three major airports.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg delivers a speech on the first day of the C40 Cities climate summit in Johannesburg on Feb. 5, 2014.
On March 9th 2014 NBC's Bob Costas dismissed criticism of his having armed guards while disparaging "gun culture" by saying his guards were NBC and NFL security, not "personal" bodyguards.
The company has been looking to focus on its media and entertainment holdings, including Universal Music Group and StudioCanal, by selling off its telecom assets.
It's common knowledge that the popular music industry is dominated by a few huge companies, sometimes referred to as the Big Three: Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group.