The longtime friends seem happy to be partners again -- in a company that's not public, at least
The gas leak occured at a construction site
Mike Tyson claims that he was embezzled from by man hired to handle his bankruptcy case
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
Rick Ross was set to perform with Maybach Music Group Cohorts Wale and Meek Mill
After the plug was pulled on Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney, Live Nation warns Madonna she must follow local laws at Tuesday night's show in...
Singer's next single scheduled for late-January release
Ticketing giant partners with MarketShare to make sales process more transparent
CAA founder and his business partners sold the building in the city's burgeoning entertainment district for more than $20 million
The band is furious that nearly all of the tickets for its farewell show ended up on scalper sites and cast suspicion on the biggest...
Company acquires equity stake from Front Line for $116.2 million
Barry Diller announced his decision to step down on Thursday
The Live Nation executive chairman joins amidst change on his own board
The meeting devolved into a shouting match between Barry Diller, Mark Shapiro and Ari Emanuel -- over a meeting date, not control of the company
A possible spat between the IAC chief and fellow media mogul and board member John Malone may be responsible
It's expected to start next month in the northwest and head east. Andy Richter and the band will be along for the ride
Department of Justice asks for concessions in $2.5B deal; company gets new name
Fears that tie-up would "severely inhibit" local competition in U.K. ticket retailing.
Now that its Ticketmaster contract has expired, concert promoter Live Nation has launched a competing in-house ticketing company.