THE ENTERTAINMENT ECONOMY - From video rentals to theme parks to ballparks to casinos, Americans are playing at an ever-more-frenetic pace. In the process, entertainment and recreation have become the U.S. growth engines of the 1990s, ahead of automobiles and health care. In fact, the entertainment business is creating more new jobs than any other industry. But is there room at the table for so ...
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