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Steven Tyler’s decision to join the American Idol judging panel is the best thing to happen to Aerosmith’s album sales since the band performed the theme to the 1998 drama Armageddon. The animated rocker has become a sensation of the TV talent show, sending sales of the band’s albums through the roof, The Hollywood Reporter [...] Continue reading “American Idol” Sends Aerosmith Album Sales Through Roof

TVS Motor logs 30 percent sales growth in January

tvs motors logo 150x150 TVS Motor logs 30 percent sales growth in JanuaryTwo and three wheeler maker TVS Motor Company Ltd closed January with an overall sales growth of 30 percent. The company sold 165,152 units (two wheelers 161,725 units, three wheelers 3,427 units) last month, up from 127,288 units (two wheelers 125,578 units, three wheelers 1,710 units) sold during January 2010. The cumulative sales for the [...] Continue reading TVS Motor logs 30 percent sales growth in January

Vidgame sales down in 2010

After months of declines, not even blockbuster franchises like “Call of Duty” or new hardware such as Microsoft’s Kinect could help sales rebound … Continue reading Vidgame sales down in 2010

Mexico curbs junk food sales in schools

junk food 150x150 Mexico curbs junk food sales in schoolsMexico has asked its all private and government schools to limit sales of junk food to protect children from being overweight or obese. About 30 percent of children and 70 percent of adults in Mexico are overweight. The law does not ban sales of junk food in schools, but it requires private and public schools [...] Continue reading Mexico curbs junk food sales in schools

Country crooner Chely Wright made history last May when she came out as a lesbian during a revealing chat with PEOPLE Magazine. The revelation, which was plastered across the front cover of the celebrity weekly, made Chely the first openly gay woman in the world of guitars, pickup trucks, and the Grand Ole Opry. Oh [...] Continue reading Chely Wright: “Coming Out Tanked My Record Sales…”