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Michael Douglas (left) with Ari Emanuel

Hollywood super-agents in war of words over clients

Ari Emanuel accuses music mogul Irving Azoff of being 'fundamentally a liar and selfish'

Chasing the Yankee dollar: Jay-Z's first client is New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano

Roc Nation Sports agency: 99 problems but business ain't one for Jay-Z

Hip-hop mogul widens his portfolio with venture into sports management

Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z performed together at the Grammys last week.

Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake and Snoop Dogg to headline at first Olympic Park concert

The full line-up for the Wireless Festival has been announced

Lady Gaga performing at the 2010 Grammys

Lady Gaga cancels all Born This Way tour dates due to hip injury

Lady Gaga has cancelled her remaining US and Canada tour dates as she undergoes surgery for an injury to her hip.

Park life: The Olympic Park in Stratford has been a field of dreams for seven weeks of the summer

Wireless Festival and Hard Rock Calling heading east to London's Olympic Park

The Olympic Park will welcome hundreds of thousands of music fans this Summer when the East London venue stages the Hard Rock Calling and Wireless festivals.

Sensitive ears spell trouble for live music

Noise complaints and new flats are threatening the survival of gigs, clubs and festivals, says Chris Beanland

For those about to rock, turn the amp off and go home

Noise complaints are threatening the future of live music
Bruce Springsteen performs during Hard Rock Calling at Hyde Park earlier this year

Future of Hyde Park concerts in doubt after Live Nation pulls out over 'flawed' bidding process

The future of concerts being held in Hyde Park is in doubt after the world’s largest live music reportedly pulled out of the bidding process over noise restrictions.

Alfie Brown: Soul for Sale, Underbelly, Edinburgh

Alfie Brown isn’t the only comedian at the Fringe berating his industry for catering to the lowest common denominator, but he may well be the one doing it with the least amount of grace.

Madonna concert in Poland to open with WWII film

Organisers of a Madonna concert in the Polish capital have agreed to a request from city officials to start the show with a brief clip about the Warsaw Uprising, the 1944 revolt against Nazi rule, in a nod to war veterans.

Madonna performs at the Stade de France in Paris

Madonna 'will be cut off like Bruce' if she over-runs

With music-lovers still reeling over the plug being pulled on Bruce Springsteen's duet with Paul McCartney, Madonna has been warned that she too faces being cut off mid-song if she over-runs a strict curfew when performing at Hyde Park.

Live Nation buys stake in Cream

Ingenious Media Active Capital (Imac) has sold its stake in Cream, a live events company based on the Cream electronic music brand.

West Ham lodge new bid to take over Olympic Stadium

West Ham United have re-submitted a bid to take over the Olympic Stadium post-Games. Yesterday was the deadline for applicants to lodge proposals with the Olympic Park Legacy Company, which will decide the future of the £500m stadium.

Hyde Park concerts reduced from next year

High-profile gigs by stars including Madonna will go ahead as planned in London's Hyde Park this summer after a decision by councillors.

Anschutz website takes on global giant Ticketmaster

A company owned by the US billionaire Phil Anschutz plans to take on Ticketmaster by launching a ticket-selling website at the weekend.

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Each year at Comic-Con in San Diego, Hollywood bosses nervously present blockbusters to the hallowed crowd. It can make or break a movie
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Ashes 2015: Angus Fraser's top 10 moments from previous series'

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He played in five series against Australia and covered more as a newspaper correspondent. From Waugh to Warne and Hick to Headley, here are his highlights
Greece debt crisis: EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

EU 'family' needs to forgive rather than punish an impoverished state

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