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Amazon could start selling event tickets in the U.S.

 Amazon might get into event ticket sales, according to a new report from Reuters. The commerce giant has eye the space, which is largely dominated by Live Nation’s Ticketmaster in the U.S., and found it a space for plenty of potential opportunity, according to the outlet’s sources. There’s definitely wiggle room on the side of consumer experience; Ticketmaster receives plenty… Read More

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