The duo stormed through a jumble of ideas in Austin
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As the legal battle between the singer and producer carries on, settlement may be both sides' best option
Battle between singer and producer-label chief raises questions on when an artist can be released from contract
New 43-page report implicates artists, highlights shady practices in ticketing business
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"Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me; fool me 77 times, what the hell," says one concert industry source
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Former Warner Bros. digital-music executive calls move a "giant validation of streaming"
Ticketing company Songkick accuses corporation of "predatory, exclusionary and anticompetitive" practices
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"They need to beef up security," says one veteran manager. "People are going to be more careful"