Who does Scooter Braun manage? Taylor Swift urges fans to contact stars he works with

Taylor Swift escalated her feud with Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta of Big Machine Records last night with a Twitter post. The singer condemned them for allegedly not allowing her to perform her old hits at this year’s upcoming American Music Awards. Big Machine Records, of which Borchetta is CEO and Braun owns, control the


Scooter Braun: Where to find him on Twitter and Instagram

Taylor Swift took to social media yesterday with a plea to her fans for help. In the message posted to her Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter pages, Taylor Swift made allegations against Scott Borchetta, CEO of her former record label, Big Machine Label Group, and music tycoon Scooter Braun, who owns Swift’s extensive music catalog after


The Carlyle Group: Who is Taylor Swift targeting in her feud over music rights?

The Carlyle Group, an American global investment firm, has been drawn into a feud between Taylor Swift and celebrity manager Scooter Braun and Big Machine record label founder Scott Borchetta. Taylor Swift appealed to both fans and The Carlyle Group in a post on Twitter last night. In her post, she claims Braun and Borchetta