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In a decade marked by success, Taylor Swift shows some keen business chops

Mitchell Hartman Oct 24, 2016
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Taylor Swift poses in the press room at the The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. 
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Taylor Swift, the country-turned-pop-singer-megastar-phenom dropped her self-titled debut album on this day a decade ago. Ten years, multiple Grammys, four more albums and a bunch of number-one hits later, she took the top spot on Forbes Highest-Paid Celebrities list this year with a cool $170 million. Along the way, Taylor Swift has developed — and isn’t afraid to use — some serious business chops.

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