Bruce Springsteen

When Bruce Springsteen agreed last month to a deal with Walmart for exclusive rights to his new greatest hits collection, it drew some fire from some corners of the singer's fan base. How could The Boss, who has become vocal about liberal political causes in recent years, get into business with a company often accused of labor- and small-business-unfriendly practices?

Following its success with its exclusive deal to distribute AC/DC's "Black Ice" album earlier this fall, Walmart has landed another exclusive deal on an album by a popular boomer rock act- Bruce Springsteen's upcoming greatest hits collection.

Hall of Fame Joe & Rachelle Friedman Founders, J&R Music and Computer World By Natalie Hope McDonald Michael Jackson told her once that J&R is his "favorite toy store." And former New York City Mayor Rudolf Giuliani is a regular customer in the opera department. But if you ask Rachelle Friedman, co-founder of J&R Music and Computer World along with her husband Joe, she didn't know what she was in for. On a cold day in Manhattan, just south of SoHo and a stone's throw from Wall Street, Friedman was busy reorganizing her office. It's the last stage in a rehaul at the

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