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We just got our best look yet at Spotify’s mysterious music streaming gadget, the Car Thing, and it has built-in LTE wireless
A filing with the FCC shows off Spotify's mysterious Car Thing — which was announced in May, but not put up for sale.
Amazon now lets you listen to music for free on smartphones and TV, as well as online. Spotify investors are already nervous.
Amazon now lets you listen for music for free on smartphones. As Wall Street reacted to the announcement on Monday, Spotify shares fell by 4.9%.
Sirius XM’s $3.5 billion Pandora deal could be a windfall for George Soros and his big bet on streaming music
Even at the highest price of the quarter — $7.64 per share — Monday’s price represents at least a 32% premium over the price Soros' could have entered his position, provided he still holds the stock.
What to do when game-changing technology is coming to steamroll your business, by an executive who lived it firsthand
The music industry went through a decade of pain, but now things are looking up again.
Both apps let you listen to music without a subscription, but each has their tradeoffs. Trebel is aimed at a younger demographic who wouldn't pay for a music streaming subscription, but still want to download music — and it markets itself as a legal way to do that.
In its first quarterly report since becoming a public company, Spotify on Wednesday reported a much wider-than-expected loss.
The freshly public company is expected to report a first quarter loss of $0.31 per share on revenues of $1.14 billion, according to a Bloomberg poll of analysts. In 2017, Spotify lost $5 billion on revenue of $1.5 billion.
It's been more than 15 years since the heyday of CD sales, the shiny little discs still has a fan base.
Iovine, who joined Apple in 2014 when the company acquired Beats, helped lead the development of its streaming music service.
It turns most of the seasonal music played during the holidays isn’t the classics — it only seems that way
Songs by Ella Fitzgerald, Bing Crosby, and Wham! only seem ubiquitous during the holidays. More recent seasonal songs are actually more likely to be played.