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While The Amy Winehouse Foundation, the charity set up by the singer’s family in the wake of her death, continues announce a host of new projects, it’s been revealed how sales of her music have also gone from strength to strength....

More anger at the Olympics from musicians, with yet another band revealing the unreasonable demands organisers have been making, while the Musicians’ Union have accused LOCOG of breaking their word. Click here for full story...

Album sales may have dropped by 3% in the first half of this year, but the industry will be buoyed by news that digital sales are up 6%. Click here for full story Also, click here for a neat infographic summarising the shift in North American music-buying...

A small denim company in New York City has taken to Youtube to attack Richard Branson, after the Virgin boss’s lawyers claimed the use of the word ‘virgin’ in the company’s name – I Am Not A Virgin – constituted copyright infringement. Click here to see...

Jack Daniel’s have won plaudits for their approach to trademark infringement, taking an unusually polite and accommodating approach when a local author imitated the bourbon giant’s iconic label design on his book cover. Click here for full story...

Dutch striker Robin van Persie isn’t the only one set to sever his ties with Arsenal Football Club this summer: mobile giant O2 is also severing its ten-year sponsorship of the club with an aim to move further into the less controversial field of rugby. Click...