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From Floppy disks to instant cameras, some people are just not ready to give up on outmoded technology
Jeremy Greene used relentless hustle, charismatic salesmanship and a ridiculously hyped sales pitch to go from living in a trailer park to signing with Facebook in 12 months. Here's the story of how he did it.
If you want to meet somebody in this world, this struggling musician says, you can.
RECESS is aimed at college students and bridges today's big musicians with the superstars of business.
Faith at Work
The measure of a man is not demonstrated by speed in which he runs his race, but rather by how well he can rise up when he trips and falls.
Music-streaming service Pandora just scooped up Ticketfly with a plan to 'create the world's most efficient platform for connecting listeners with live shows from their favorite bands,'
If the ruling stands, 'Happy Birthday' will enter the public domain.
The Tennessee-based boot camp program hits all the high notes for industry hopefuls and pulls strings to help them get started.
From art and music to food and weed, these hatcheries are giving startups in niche industries room to grow.
Tupac and Liberace have also performed posthumously via hologram.
The Sync Project wants to use songs to improve your health. But first it has to come to market.
In his 21 years at the chain, chef Russell Booth has mixed food with rock and roll.
The music streaming service is rumored to be considering new limitations on its free version.
'Happy Birthday,' which reportedly generates $2 million per year for the Warner/Chappell Music, was interjected into public domain in the 20s, according to new evidence filed in a two-year-old suit.
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