Jimmy Iovine, the Interscope Records founder who made bank (again) last year when Beats Electronics, the company he founded with Dr. Dre, was bought by Apple for $3 billion, appears to be moving to the beach. He's just dropped...
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Thanks to Apple, Beats Electronics -- makers of those oh-so-hip headphones with the lowercase "B" on them -- has deeper pockets than when it was just Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Apple scooped up Beats, Iovine, and Dr. Dre back in August for $3 billion. Monster, which formerly designed and......
The wraps of the latest collection of Japanese designer Hiroshi Fujiwara’s fragment design was taken off by Beats by Dr. Dre. Beats, just like the Artist Series by Apple is a canvas.. Beats by Dre X Fragment Design Collection is a post from The latest in tech and gadgets - Newlaunches.com.
(Business News) The famous Beats founders, Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine are being sued by a former investor who claims he's owed a bigger share, but why? Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat
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W hen Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine decided to get into the speaker business, they approached the father-son team at electronics company Monster for a partnership. Eight months after Apple bought the end result of that collaboration for $3...Show More Summary
Monster has slapped the company with a lawsuit, claiming that Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine “robbed” Monster CEO Noel Lee of his invention.
WordsByRichHomieCarlos NoteveryoneisthrilledaboutDr.DreandJimmyIovine’srecentwealthaftertheir$3billionpartnershipwithApple becameofficial.Infact,onemanclaimshe’sowedashareoftheirhaul.PerAP,formerpartnerNoelLeefiledalawsuitagainstthetwoaccusingthemthattheymisleadhimintoa“sham”dealthatwouldterminatehispartnershipwiththeduo.
Beats Electronics and Music certainly got a tidy sum to become a part of Apple, in fact, the $3 billion deal is the iPhone maker’s largest acquisition to date. But a lawsuit from a former partner of Beats executives Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine claims that the duo swindled him out of his chunk of that very lucrative pie.… [More]
Monster claims it was duped by Beats Electronics into giving away millions of dollars worth of intellectual property. Monster filed a lawsuit against Beats, its co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, and HTC for conducting a sham transaction. Show More Summary
Lawsuit alleges 'hundreds of millions' of dollars in damages for audio-equipment maker.
Dre about to have to come up off that Beats cash? Jimmy Iovine & Dr. Dre Sued For “Stealing” Beats Technology Looks like those amazing Christmas bonuses Dr. Dre gave his legal team are about to come in extra handy.
Audio company claims Dre and Jimmy Iovine cut them out of multi-million dollar deal.
SAN FRANCISCO — Rapper Dr. Dre and record producer Jimmy Iovine are being vilified as scam artists in a lawsuit that alleges the duo duped one of their former partners in Beats Electronics before selling the trendy headphone maker to...Show More Summary
Audio equipment maker Monster is suing Beats and its cofounders, Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, as well as phone company HTC. Monster is accusing them of tricking Monster out of partial ownership of the company, reports the San Jose Mercury. Show More Summary
The rivalry between Beats and its former ally Monster just got particularly bitter. Monster is suing Beats, its founders (Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine) and HTC for allegedly tricking it into giving up one of its best-known headphone lineups. According to...
Apple's Beats is once again being sued, this time on allegations that cofounders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre committed fraud by hiding the significance audio company Monster and its CEO Noel Lee, who claim to have invented the popular Beats by Dre headphones, in a "sham" sale to HTC.