At first blush, Brendan Richmond seems about a universe away from being the type of person who looks at the world narrowly and in a humorless fashion. Rather, Richmond -- who is a described Canadian "comedy rapper" -- seems more immediately akin to a gentle soul who lives life with an essentially laid-back and laissez-faire attitude.
Anyone who knows anything about the Beatles (obviously, that's a large demographic) knows well of course that more than a few coins are involved with the band's prodigious and time-honored output.
If you had only gotten your own "P."
The entertainment and media company Lionsgate conceded to an arbitrator that it flooded the YouTube with free videos of top-tier fitness guru Jillian Michaels workout programs to make advertising revenue, but it also insisted that the free views enhanced Michaels' presence and career.
It is only logical that an enterprising business entity would want to profitably leverage the name of a one-time venerable mainstay in the global accounting and tax consulting industry, even if that company collapsed more than a decade ago in a huge financial scandal.
When Prince Nelson Rogers died last year, it seemed as if the music was over. Then, just a week before the anniversary of the internationally renowned artist's death, an announcement was made that a new, six-song EP called "Deliverance" was to be released -- including brand-new music.
A recent article in Accounting Today recounts the story of a one-time "Big-Five" member of the world's largest accounting firms, most notably its collapse in the wake of unprecedented corporate scandals in the early 2000s.
If you're into the pop musical scene, there's scarce chance that you're unfamiliar with uber-star Beyonce's latest album offering.
An entity holding trademark rights to an undeniably catchy title became quickly aware last year when a company in another locale filed an application for the same name with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.