The past few weeks have been incredibly busy for our family. Not only has Sarah returned to teaching from her summer break, our children have also returned to school and several fall activities have begun. On top of that, a particularly...Show More Summary
Wednesday 9.20.17 Music Business News From Around The Web IFPI report shows audio streaming up 11%, but the YouTube value gap remains. Updated continuously under our More News tab
To all of our friends in Mexico and Puerto Rico, you're in our thoughts! Billy Bush and his wife are splitting up after 20 years of marriage. Huh. How in the hell is it that the guy on the tape...
Fashion Week street style is meant to turn heads, but when you're an editor with a busy schedule, running from show to show, you have to consider what's practical, too. Our team hit the ground in NYC with a lineup of looks that check both boxes: a high-low mix of stylish outfits and plenty of comfy shoes (or a pair of heels for the braver souls). Show More Summary
A century of business journalism. Herewith are some of the high points and low points in our coverage.
Rise of cryptocurrency We live in a dynamic business world, which is constantly evolving with newer innovations and technologies disrupting the traditional methodologies of living our day-to-day lives. When the world becomes comfortable...Show More Summary
We all have our dreams, some are simple while others are complex, buried with the overwhelming mountain of hurdles. I began my creative career in the one of the most complex industries; music. The business of music is just like any other...Show More Summary
GUEST: By now, it’s clear that AI is less the stuff of sci-fi nightmares and more a modern tool we can use in our daily lives. Wise as it is to heed the warnings of brilliant minds and stay apprised of potential threats to humanity, bots won’t be taking over the world tomorrow. They might be helping you […]
Every so often I come across many questions about Microsoft’s mobile strategy on comments section of our articles, Twitter and elsewhere. Yes, Microsoft has stopped selling Windows 10 Mobile devices, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have future in the mobile world. Show More Summary
The most important thing that Congress and the administration can do to boost economic growth, lift workers’ wages, create jobs, and make the U.S. economy more competitive globally, is reform our business tax system.
TUESDAY 9.19.17 Music Business News From Around The Web Canadian punk band Zex gets a boost to thanks to a pressing plant switcheroo. Updated continuously under our More News tab
"The oil business is a tight market because we get paid the same amount for a barrel of oil as our competitors, and oil prices are depressed right now. This means that we have to operate very efficiently to make money. We’re adopting...Show More Summary
Bristol-Myers Squibb‘s oncology business accounts for over 60% of the company valuation, according to our estimates. The performance of pharmaceutical stocks is highly tied to clinical trial results, and for BMY the uptake of its new cancer drugs, especially Opdivo, is of key importance.
“We have been working more closely with our dealers to evolve their businesses and through that process,” Mazda tells Automotive News, “some new dealers have chosen to begin working with us, while others have made the decision to leave the Mazda brand.” Mazda has been open about its goal of earning 2 percent of the U.S. Show More Summary
What does the focus on the future of our people, planet, and profits ultimately boil down to? Long-termism. We’ve seen an accelerated interest in the impact of long-termism on business and sustainability – inextricably linked as they...Show More Summary
A fascinating article in today’s Daily Alert from the Harvard Business Review describes how our dependence on automation can erode cognitive ability to respond to emergencies. In “The Tragic Crash of Flight AF447 Shows the Unlikely but...Show More Summary
For Intuit CEO Brad Smith, time is everything. "The three resources we have in our jobs are dollars, people, and time," he told Business Insider. You can always ask for more money and volunteers, he said. "But you can never get any more time," he said. Show More Summary
MONDAY 9.18.17 Music Business News From Around The Web The Wenners plot their Rolling Stone exit, before its too late. Updated continuously under our More News tab
“It is a terrible tax system that was written in ’86. … The headlines write themselves: We tax our corporations at 35 percent, and successful small businesses are taxed as high as 44.6 percent. The average tax rate in the industrialized world for businesses is 22.5 percent.” — House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.), during an […]
As other parts of the nation settle down following the churning weather, it’s business as usual in the California celebrity home market. Local hot spots for dealmaking include Hidden Hills, Calabasas, Pacific Palisades and WeHo. But we’ll also take you to other parts of the Golden State, with notable...