Artistic Licence: Can Justin save MySpace?

Justin Timberlake is not a man who looks like he'd shirk a challenge. Which, given his most recent enterprise, is probably a good thing, writes Nadine O'Regan.

29th September, 2012
The sum Justin Timberlake has invested in MySpace might seem relatively paltry, but it still looks like a suicide mission to many industry observers.

Justin Timberlake is not a man who looks like he'd shirk a challenge. Which, given his most recent enterprise, is probably a good thing.

Previously best known for bringing 'sexy' back, Mr Timberlake elected some time ago to offer his resuscitatory services to an eminently more frail model - the social networking and music site MySpace. Timberlake bought into MySpace last summer, paying, with other investors, $35 million: a bargain basement price considering how much...

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