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Computicket hauled over the coals

The ticketing service bullied vendors into signing exclusivity pacts, the Competition Tribunal hears

Fraud costs Metrobus millions

Six Computicket staffers are up on fraud charges, but the real problem is inside the bus service itself

Mighty ticket firm stubs out the little guy

Computicket has been accused of using its market power to bully a developmental theatre company that works with schools.

Going gaga to get my bit

Despite being something of a multinational corporation in her own right, Lady Gaga has been unable to save her art from the clammy paw of consumerism.

Shake-up for ticketing industry

The ticketing industry is in for a shock because new technology will allow artists and venues to sell tickets directly via facebook and websites.

Computicket accused of being anti-competitive

Computicket's commissions and fees are excessive, according to the Competition Commission.

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