|Garner Out At LN|
Much like a live show, you never really know what move Live Nation will make next. This time, Live Nation is losing global music chief executive Jason Garner, and will now operate under three regional executives and a mandate to reduce costs.
|Jury Sides With Citigroup In EMI Case|
A jury deliberated only a few hours before concluding Thursday that Citigroup did not fool a British private equity firm into buying music company EMI in 2007 at an inflated price, ending a three-week trial that had pitted two former friends and powerbrok
|Legendary Talent Agent Dick Alen Set To Retire|
Legendary agent Dick Alen has announced that he's retiring from his post as Senior Vice President of William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, effective immediately. Alen has been with WME for 39 years in their Personal Appearance Department, including a fi
|Jam Squares Off With Ticketmaster|
According to a lawsuit filed Monday in Cook County Circuit Court, Chicago concert promoter Jam Productions is seeking to settle a dispute with Ticketmaster, based on an argument that arose once Live Nation merged with the event ticketing giant.
|Live Nation Misses The Mark In Q3|
Live Nation has released their third quarter (Q3) results for the three month period ending September 30th, reporting lower profits and missing the mark of most analysts.
|Bill Graham's Sons Sue Estate Executor|
The sons of rock music impresario Bill Graham are suing the executor of the late promoter's estate, saying he's concealing memorabilia treasures from heirs in order to enrich himself.