How Blue Man Group learned to see green
When the founders of Blue Man Group decided to get bald and blue, they had no idea that shooting goo out of their chests and teaching fractal geometry would turn into two decades of fun and a multimillion-dollar show business enterprise. Today an average of 60,000 people a week attend Blue Man Group performances in six cities around the world -- not including the touring shows -- at an average ticket price of $59, or roughly $3.54 million in revenue a week from sellouts. Co-founders Matt Goldman, 51, Phil Stanton, 52, and Chris Wink, 51, continue to write and produce the shows, perform for special events -- and have no thoughts of retiring. Their story:
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Gupta Had Fund Spat in '07
In the insider-trading trial of former Goldman director Rajat Gupta, a former employee of Raj Rajaratnam's Galleon Group said the two men had a dispute in 2007 over a joint investment but remained partners.