By Walt Hickey Music A music investment fund paid $23 million for a 75 percent stake in the song catalog of musician The-Dream. The musician will hold on to that last 25 percent. Song catalogs as investment vehicles are compelling, as a repertoire with enough longevity can keep earning for years down the line. If you think you’ve never heard of The-Dream, allow me to assure you that you have definitely heard The-Dream, as he’s got co-writing credits on Rihanna’s “Umbrella,” Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It")” and Justin Bieber’s “Baby.”
Some of that air is helpful in keeping the chips from getting crushed during handling. As long as it’s sold by weight, I got no problems.
Air in the bags of chips, since they are looking at vacuum-sealed contents as the “weight of stuff in bag” will be nicer to dense objects like chips or Fritos and less nice to puffed snacks like Cheetos.
Man now I really want some Cheetos.