Michael Jackson's album "Thriller" was released thirty years ago in 1982. It has continued to be a revenue generator for the Jackson estate and Sony who acquired the rights from CBS Records in 1987. Just how successful has the album been and what's the secret behind the success? Mike Jones, a music industry expert with over thirty years of experience, and Steve Greenberg, chief executive officer of S-Curve Music, give their assessment.
Fred and Jeff Wilpon said they may sell up to 25 percent of the New York Mets because of a lawsuit in the Bernard L. Madoff case, after insisting for months the baseball club was safe from the biggest Ponzi scheme in U.S. history.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, riding record approval ratings, may use his second year to consolidate agencies, raise the retirement age for new workers and lower costs for local governments as he closes a $2 billion budget gap.
Fay Vincent , the former Major League Baseball commissioner who presided over a players lockout in 1990, said Pittsburgh Steelers president emeritus Dan Rooney may be instrumental in negotiating a labor deal between National Football League players and owners.
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