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MAKING MORE THAN MUSIC: The Rolling Stones don't make just music; Fortune magazine says the band is a business juggernaut that makes big bucks. "This group has tendrils deep in American business, cutting sponsorship and rights deals with stalwarts like Anheuser-Busch, Microsoft and Sprint," Fortune says. The Stones' revenue since 1989: $1.5-billion.

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