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  • Ticketmaster makes online 'CAPTCHA' puzzles easier

    Ticketmaster, often the target of fan anger when tickets to popular concerts get sold out in seconds, is removing an annoyance that can slow down the buying process: the jumble of letters that people need to decipher known as "CAPTCHA."


  • Teams looking closer at secondary ticket market

    Chipper Jones was down to the final few games of his distinguished career when the Atlanta Braves opened a series at Pittsburgh last month. The Pirates, who play in one of the majors' most picturesque ballparks, were closing out their best season in 15 years.


  • Teams taking closer look at secondary market

    Chipper Jones was down to the final few games of his distinguished career when the Atlanta Braves opened a series at Pittsburgh last month. The Pirates, who play in one of the majors' most picturesque ballparks, were closing out their best season in 15 years.


  • Ticketmaster rolls out 'dynamic' ticket pricing

    Event tickets seller Ticketmaster said Monday that it is introducing new technology to let artists and sports teams raise or lower ticket prices to reflect demand during the initial sales period — a move it said will crimp the profits of scalpers and boost revenue for performers and teams.


  • Ticketmaster rolls out 'dynamic' ticket pricing

    Event tickets seller Ticketmaster said Monday that it is introducing new technology to let artists and sports teams raise or lower ticket prices to reflect demand during the initial sales period _ a move it said will crimp the profits of scalpers and boost revenue for performers and teams.


  • Ticketmaster rolls out 'dynamic' ticket pricing

    Event tickets seller Ticketmaster said Monday that it is introducing new technology to let artists and sports teams raise or lower ticket prices to reflect demand during the initial sales period _ a move it said will crimp the profits of scalpers and boost revenue for performers and teams.


  • AP Source: Diller resigns from Live Nation in spat

    Barry Diller, the media mogul who claimed credit for the merger of Live Nation and Ticketmaster, will resign as chairman of the merged company after a boardroom power struggle with another media giant and director, John Malone, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.


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