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Labor Day Road Trip? Try These 10 Cheap Gas States

As you hit the road for your final road trip of the summer, consider driving to one of the 10 states with the lowest prices on gas. Turns out, those sunny states also offer bountiful vacation options for the budget-conscious family.

10 Tips on How to Be a Successful Scalper

In a shaky economy, you might be tempted to moonlight as a scalper for extra cash. Brittany Menard, author of "The Ticket Broker Guide," offers 10 tips to help you do it right. Here's what you need to know to conquer the ticket trade part time.

How to Save Money at Summer Music Festivals

Summer music festivals offer a fun way to hear the country's best bands, but between tickets, travel, food and accommodations, they aren't cheap. So we asked directors and promoters of some of the summer's top events for their favorite penny-pinching tips for festival-goers.

Live Nation Posts $124 Million Fourth-Quarter Loss

Slumping concert attendance and ticket sales pushed Live Nation Entertainment, a concert promoter that also owns Ticketmaster, into a fourth-quarter loss that exceeds its combined losses from the first three quarters.

Ticketmaster's Former CEO Is Now a Competitor

Fredric Rosen, who led Ticketmaster for 15 years, is poised to go head-to-head against his old company as CEO of Outbox Enterprises, a company that flips Ticketmaster's centralized middleman model of ticket sales on its head.

Barry Diller Bows Out as Live Nation Chairman

Barry Diller announced his impending resignation as Live Nation chairman Tuesday, perhaps putting an end to his tussle with the rest of its board for control of the struggling concert promoter and talent agency nearly a year after its merger with Diller's Ticketmaster.