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December 29, 1996 | CHUCK PHILIPS
California came several years late to the nation's economic recovery party, but the state should be celebrating all through 1997. Here is what key industries will be up to: MUSIC: With sales flat and the retail sector struggling, major record corporations are likely to have difficulty meeting revenue growth projections.
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BUSINESS
December 29, 1996 | CHUCK PHILIPS
California came several years late to the nation's economic recovery party, but the state should be celebrating all through 1997. Here is what key industries will be up to: MUSIC: With sales flat and the retail sector struggling, major record corporations are likely to have difficulty meeting revenue growth projections.
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ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 1990 | CHUCK PHILIPS
The furor over ticket brokers has reignited. Here's the issue: Why is it against the law for a "scalper" to sell $30 concert tickets foras much as $600 outside an arena, but legal for a "broker" to sell the same ticket for the same amount a block away? That's what the police department's Chief William Rathburn, commanding officer of operations, South Bureau LAPD, wants to know--and he's not the only one.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 1993 | CHUCK PHILIPS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the most dramatic West Coast music industry shake-up in years, EMI Music has hired Gary Gersh to replace Hale Milgrim as president and chief executive of Capitol Records, EMI sources confirmed Wednesday. The much-rumored action--which is expected to be announced today--is the latest step in the New York-based corporation's plan to "energize" the Hollywood label, home of such acts as Paul McCartney, Bonnie Raitt and Hammer.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 1993 | CHUCK PHILIPS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
In the most dramatic West Coast music industry shake-up in years, EMI Music has hired Gary Gersh to replace Hale Milgrim as president and chief executive of Capitol Records, EMI sources confirmed Wednesday. The much-rumored action--which is expected to be announced today--is the latest step in the New York-based corporation's plan to "energize" the Hollywood label, home of such acts as Paul McCartney, Bonnie Raitt and Hammer.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 1990 | CHUCK PHILIPS
The furor over ticket brokers has reignited. Here's the issue: Why is it against the law for a "scalper" to sell $30 concert tickets foras much as $600 outside an arena, but legal for a "broker" to sell the same ticket for the same amount a block away? That's what the police department's Chief William Rathburn, commanding officer of operations, South Bureau LAPD, wants to know--and he's not the only one.
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