On the wrists of millions of girls and impacting millions of people, Swifty friendship bracelets has become much more then jewelry.
Through a Washington seismometer, we can use much more than traditional economic data to quantify the success of Taylor Swift’s ERAs tour.
Haunted house economics could make entrepreneurs hesitate when contemplating a new Halloween business venture.
Still very funny after 40 years, “Trading Places” reminds us of the Eddie Murphy Rule and why markets depend on information.
When a Freddie Mercury Auction sells a mini-mustache comb for a huge amount of money, we know that price is sending a message.
We can look at record catalog sales to see how musicians guarantee current income rather than waiting for possible future earnings.
Looking back at song length history, we could say that we have shorter songs because of changing technology..
Trying to encourage us to return to movie theaters, the movie packages that matter have had disastrous results.
With music superstars like Beyonce earning a disproportionate amount of industry income, the reason why could be surprising.