Scooter Braun

The nine-time Grammy winner says the change in ownership of Swift's recordings is "just the way business goes."
The pop star put an end to their feud after conceding that Swift's new song is a "jam."
The producer acquired all of Swift's music catalog through 2017 in a contentious deal earlier this year.
The singer has a plan to gain control of her masters in the wake of a $300 million deal with her former record label.
Swift recently wrote a fiery note after Braun bought her old label and acquired her masters.
The singer's Amazon Prime Day performance was her first public appearance since she called out her former label last month.
“I regret working under your name," wrote the former choreographer and dancer in an Instagram Story earlier this week.
The Panic! at the Disco frontman, who previously collaborated with Swift, called out Braun for acquiring nearly her entire music catalog.
Swift publicly called out Braun in a Tumblr note on Sunday, saying he'd bullied her.
The musician also called out Kanye West, Kim Kardashian West and Justin Bieber in a searing response.
The "thank u, next" singer tweeted that she was “humbled and excited as all hell” to receive top billing.
“No matter how hard the internet or anyone tries to make me kill myself. I won’t," wrote the "SNL" comedian on Instagram.
The "Saturday Night Live" star returned to Instagram after his breakup with the singer.
At a charity event, the "Baby" singer's manager put a longtime conspiracy theory to rest. Or did he?
The momager called reports that she was fighting with West "lies, lies, lies."
It almost seems like Bieber is trying to prove a point here... Scott Manson, COO of Scooter Braun Projects, the entertainment