The Big Music Machine is pulling out the big guns this week. Superstars only -- indie upstarts need not apply.
"Companies increasingly understand that social responsibility is part and parcel of what makes a market leader in the 21st century, and that makes our Annual Meeting a "must attend" forum for top CEOs."
"Beautiful Day" and "Vertigo" from U2 were big hits, right? You've heard them for years now on the radio, seen the videos on TV and online. But as measured by the industry, those songs weren't hits.
The World Cup is undeniably fun. You don't have to minor in accounting to have a decent conversation about the game.
The World Cup 2010 has finally grabbed my partial attention, and made me upgrade soccer to a position just below American basketball, baseball, football and tennis, but just slightly above curling and ping pong.
Shakira was in South Africa today to perform at the opening concert for the World Cup in support of 1GOAL: Education for All. The FIFA supported campa...
The Arizona immigration law is a symptom of a lack of accountability by the U.S. and Canada to indigenous people. The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People changes that.
My mind is still reeling from Wednesday night's Idol show, and it wasn't just from seeing Shakira quote Roosevelt after her barefoot gypsy dance and duet with country singer Rascal Flatts.
In Haiti, I have visited possible locations to build the Barefoot Haiti School, which will provide education, nutrition and psychological support to displaced children.
As I watched Hope For Haiti on January 22nd, I was taken by how we, as a people, mobilize every time there is a disaster. I was also taken by the amazing performances that took place all night.
Tom Petty's album Pack Up The Plantation was a somewhat rockin' example of his stage shows. In comparison, that release was nothing more than a handful of crumbs compared to the feast that is The Live Anthology.