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Remembering Prince: What The Purple One Can Teach You About Creativity

"Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today, to get through this thing called life."

Linda Lacina

Sign O' the Times: Everything That Went Purple For Prince

This week the world draped itself in purple to mourn musician and innovator Prince Rogers Nelson. Here's a sample of tributes to the musical legend in his favorite hue.

Guacamole and Musicians Make for a Delicious Combination at SXSW

The pairing of seemingly unrelated businesses, produce and music, is the type of innovative display SXSW is known for.

Rihanna Gives Boost to Puma With Original Clothing Line

Puma, which fell out of favour as a fashion brand for women, has made tapping into the booming female sportswear market a key part of its strategy.

Reuters

Dr. Dre Will Reportedly Star in Apple's First Original TV Series

Vital Signs is reportedly a six-episode series starring Apple employee Dr. Dre in a dark, 'semi-autobiographical' role.

Nathan Ingraham

Snoop Dogg Teaches Burger King Staff How to Make Hot Dogs in New Training Video

The video uses a combination of a record scratch, curious placements of smoke and rhyming ingredients spit out by the rapper.

Jonathan Chew

Hanson Could Have Disappeared. Here's Why They Didn't.

The blond-haired music makers have some serious business skills in their repertoire.

Jason Feifer

This New Crowdfunding Platform Lets Fans Invest in Music Artists' Success

TapTape bets on fans to be the most knowledgeable and passionate investors.

Alice Guilhamon

Will.i.am: How the Hit Maker is Hitting Hard in Business

Rapper and producer will.i.am steered Black Eyed Peas to pop success by blurring the lines between bands and brands. Now he's applying the lessons he learned in the music business in an attempt to shake up the Silicon Valley status quo.

Jason Ankeny

3 Creative Marketing Strategies Inspired by the Music Industry's Collapse

The way that musicians have had to adapt provides a valuable look into new and creative ways to reach consumers.

Peter Gasca