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Sony Ordered To Pay $5 Million In Meat Loaf Dispute

Sony Ordered To Pay $5 Million In Meat Loaf Dispute

Sony Music must pay the founder of a small record company $5 million for failing to put his company's logo on reissues of Meat Loaf's iconic "Bat Out of Hell" album, a federal appeals court ruled.
Louis Vuitton Wins Spears Video Lawsuit

Louis Vuitton Wins Spears Video Lawsuit

Luxury goods maker Louis Vuitton has won a lawsuit that alleged a Britney Spears music video violated counterfeiting laws by showcasing a pink Vuitton-upholstered dashboard.
Sony BMG Extends Deal With Yahoo

Sony BMG Extends Deal With Yahoo

Sony BMG Music Entertainment has inked a licensing deal with Yahoo Inc. that clears the way for people to upload files with music or video content by the record company's artists to Yahoo, the companies said Tuesday.
Daughtry Wins Big At American Music Awards

Daughtry Wins Big At American Music Awards

Chris Daughtry may not have won "American Idol,'' but his band, Daughtry, earned enough high honors at the American Music Awards on Sunday.
'Hannah Montana' Tickets Fuel Lawsuit

'Hannah Montana' Tickets Fuel Lawsuit

Thousands of "Hannah Montana" fans who couldn't get concert tickets are suing the teen performer's fan club over memberships they claim were supposed to give them priority for seats.
IPhone Goes on Sale in Europe

IPhone Goes on Sale in Europe

Germans lined up to buy Apple Inc.'s iPhone as it made its European debut Friday, with the company hoping to replicate the success the combination phone, music player and mobile Web browser has seen in the United States.

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