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Live Nation-Ticketmaster in N.Y. Times

ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS: The N.Y. Times' David Segal profiled Irving Azoff and Michael Rapino as he examines the Live Nation-Ticketmaster merger over the weekend, starting off with a quote from client Joe Walsh ("It's tough to handle this fortune and fame/Everybody's different; I haven't changed").  He writes about Azoff: "At roughly 5-foot-3 and at the age of 62—imagine an accountant who used to be a jockey—he has a teenager’s sense of humor and a rascally, triumphant style that has been the bane of his enemies and the delight of his allies for four decades." See the entire piece here. (4/26a)

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