Legendary rock band performed for 1.1 million fans since July 2013
The comedian will kick off the pact with a stand-up special in October on the streaming TV service
Company is one of the largest live comedy businesses in the U.S.
A network spokesperson says 12:30 late-night slot was not part of the discussions
Burns Entertainment is a celebrity marketing company
The "Chelsea Lately" host and producer is expected to exit the network, effectively ending the late night show
The longtime friends seem happy to be partners again -- in a company that's not public, at least
WME co-CEO talks about his partner during an interview at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech Conference in Aspen
Yes, we have them. Guess who said this one: "Please block this psychopath"
What was that about a "psychopath"? Hollywood goes down and dirty...again
Irving Azoff may be planning an Eagles concert in 2013 or 2014
Irving Azoff exclusively tells TheWrap: “The process of being a public company in America right now sucks if you’re an entrepreneur”
Irving Azoff ranks as one of the most powerful figures in the entire music business
The executive chairman of Live Nation Entertainment discusses how Steve Jobs changed music -- and how he threatened the life of Sly Stone
Company acquires equity stake from Front Line for $116.2 million
The Live Nation executive chairman joins amidst change on his own board
Singer announces via Twitter that band canceling festival spots & tour - Band officially blindsided
Claims his former manager wanted to force Rose into a Guns N' Roses reunion with Slash
Azoff's Front Line says it's owed for commissions on more than $12.5 million in earnings
At a recent D: All Things Digital Conference, Ticketmaster CEO Irving Azoff proclaimed, “We haven’t done enough dynamic pricing for tickets, and we should, and...