Boosted by a strong fourth quarter, Live Nation posted revenues up 11% at $7.6 billion in 2015 and adjusted operating income of $616 million, up 11%, both at constant currency. In the fourth quarter of the year, revenues were up 17% to $1.8 billion, but with an operating loss of $34m.
In a letter to shareholders, CEO Michael Rapino labelled 2015 “a record year” for Live Nation. "We built on our global leadership position in every part of our business, with more ...
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