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Global Ticketing Companies Battle To Control London Venues

January 31, 2013

"A battle between the world's two biggest live music companies for control of London's prime venues, including Hyde Park, Wembley Arena and the Olympic Stadium, has prompted an investigation by competition watchdogs concerned about music lovers potentially facing higher ticket prices and less choice of big name acts." The Guardian (UK) 01/30/13

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