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Premier Exhibitions In Live Nation Deal

Public exhibit organizer Premier Exhibitions Inc. and venue management company Live Nation Inc. have agreed to co-present human anatomy exhibitions on a worldwide basis, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing Tuesday.

Jordan Rubin
Comedy Writers Find Dark Humor In Strike

Did you hear the one about the striking sitcom writer?

Rick Murray Launches Greylock Entertainment

Rick Murray, a former CMA Exec has announced the launching of Greylock Entertainment, a Nashville-based marketing and promotion company.

Nevada Regulators OK Harrah's Buyout

A $17.7 billion purchase of casino giant Harrah's Entertainment Inc. by private equity buyers Apollo Management and Texas Pacific Group -- the world's largest casino buyout deal -- won preliminary approval Wednesday from Nevada regulators.

Chuck Morris
AEG's Denver Festival Proposal

One of the inducements that AEG is offering to the city of Denver as they hash out the details of a 5-year deal to stage a music and arts festival in Denver's City Park is a promise of big money.

Analysts Hail MGM Mirage Stock Buy Move

Analysts cheered casino operator MGM Mirage's decision Wednesday to buy 20 million shares of its common stock.

Jimi Hendrix Memorabilia Sells Big

An auction at Christie's of rock 'n' roll memorabilia from some of the hottest bands of the 1960s and '70s hauled in big bucks Friday, including $20,000 for a Jimi Hendrix album and more than $4,000 for a Rolling Stones' T-shirt.

Ashley Clark (Fox)
The Next Great American Band

The producers behind mega-hit phenomenon American Idol take the musical reality genre to a whole new level with a mission to find undiscovered American bands that are ready to rock the nation.

Adams & Dempsey
'Enchanted' Still Charms With $17M

The fairy-tale romance "Enchanted" maintained its magic at the box office, pulling in $17 million to remain the top movie amid a sleepy weekend at theaters.

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