More on the commercial licensing game.
Webcasters to SoundExchange: Suck it.
An awful new Doc Martens campaign
Amazon breaks into online music selling; Paul McCartney’s goofiest record ever
Joel Makower’s dream law: “Put a fair price on carbon.”
The other immigration issue
Armed with research that proves the value of local stores, Women & Children First is fighting the Borders war.
Huge print runs mean huge numbers of remaindered books-and that’s where Marshall Smith and Brad Jonas step in.
The Great Books Foundation polishes up its image.
After living through one publishing company’s slow collapse, Doug Seibold took the plunge and started his own imprint.
Little Village’s Second Federal courted the Mexican community, reaping the benefits and revolutionizing the banking industry.
All they wanted was new phone lines. All they got was months or runaround.
A case study in cluelessness: How one deal brought Quaker Oats to its knees.