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The Business of Taylor Swift

That means music from just one of Swift’s albums could be nomination in two separate years, keeping her music on the radio and in front of listeners, all the while driving extra press and extra profit.

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Interview with Akos Gabossy CEO and Co-Founder of PanIQ

Akos Gabossy is the CEO and co-founder of the PanIQ Escape Room Franchise. PanIQ Escape Rooms is one of the fastest-growing escape room franchise in the country, with locations in Hollywood, Chicago, New York City, and many more cities. He began his career in entertainment at age 18, and now 15 years later, he has made himself into one of the biggest names in the industry.

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China and the Global Economy: A Conversation with Stephen A. Schwarzman

The rise of China and the implications for the world are immeasurable, a message which reverberated clearly when Stephen A. Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO and Co-founder of Blackstone, and founder of Schwarzman Scholars, spoke during his fireside chat with Business Today.

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Will Boeing Bounce Back?

These developments are contingent upon how successfully Boeing deals with the 737’s planes and the true extent of the current problem.

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The Appeal of Canada Goose

The iconic red circular patch with an insignia of Canada can be seen on many a puffer jacket in the winter - so much so that one might think that it was a common brand item. But actually, the brand is very expensive. So why do people still buy them?

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YouTube’s Censorship of Content Creators

YouTube does have a duty to stop the predatory comments on their platform, but it should not implement the policy in a way that supports the big corporations while leaving the smaller, or non-profit, YouTube channels at the will of an ambiguous set of standards.

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Beyonce's "Lemonade" Hits More Streaming Services

But in each case, it makes their music less attainable to the average person who may not be able to afford the fees of the more expensive music platforms that the artists prefer. In the end, it seems to be the fans who suffer.

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