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BUSINESS NEWS


Bettinelli Leaves StubHub For Live Nation

StubHub's Director of Business Development, Greg Bettinelli, has left the company to take a new position with Live Nation, Ticketnews.com has reported.


Deal Clears Way For More 3-D Screens

Hollywood took a big step Tuesday toward offering more movies in 3-D.


Bowzer
Governor Signs 'Truth In Music' Bill

Musical performances featuring impostors who were never involved with the original groups will be prohibited under a bill signed into law by Governor Mitch Daniels.


Bodies
Congressman Calls For Bodies Exhibit Probe

A U.S. Congressman is calling on the House Foreign Affairs Committee to probe allegations that the source of preserved human cadavers on display in a number of highly-successful touring museum exhibits may be the black market.


State Balks On Last Minute Sonics Deal

Oklahoma City came a step closer to being the home city for NBA franchise team The Seattle Supersonics after Washington lawmakers balked at approving $75 million in public funding for Seattle's Key Arena.


Senate Tackles Noisy Problem

The Oklahoma Senate votes to turn down the volume on what it says is loud, obscene music.


Sin City Scandal Tell All

Dig it cats and kittens - Sin City scribbler Christina Binkley has put pen to paper with the inside scoop on a trio of titanic tycoons battling for all the stakes.


Metro
Chicago Industry Sounds Off

Promoter C3 has been making strides in the Chicago market.


Atkins
Minnesota Legislator Targets Ticket Buying Software

A Minnesota House panel has voted to outlaw software that buys up big blocks of popular concert tickets, a problem highlighted by last year's sold-out Hannah Montana performance.


'10,000 B.C.' Tops Weekend Box Office

The Warner Bros. prehistoric adventure "10,000 B.C." was the top film at the weekend box office, taking in $35.9 million.

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