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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
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Topic - Tommy Mottola
Behind Mariah, Michael and the constellation of stars at arguably the most successful record label in history stood a man who didn't often talk to the media or explain his motivations.
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He notes Carey asked him to marry her.
"I had a vision really of building this total entertainment company, which obviously today exists as public companies in Live Nation and lots of other companies like that, or AEG, where the company could have participated in every source of revenue," he said. "But there was no one there who even remotely understood what I was talking about at that level."