Don't associate Tim Cook's performance on Capitol Hill with his ability to innovate at Apple.
In Part 2 of his series on Internet radio and local music, Rocco Pendola exposes the true injustices holding back struggling musicians.
In Part 1 of his series on Internet radio and local music, Rocco Pendola argues that small, independent artists shouldn't even be arguing about royalties.
To the extent that Senators should take advice from Cook, Tuesday's hearing on taxes wasn't a complete waste of our everybody's time.
Pandora has done more for local and indie artists in the last thirty minutes than the music industry has in the last ten years.
Marissa Mayer's decision to take out Tumblr is about as unimaginative as it gets.
The numbers prove that Apple still owns the hearts and minds of smartphone users.
By not innovating now, brick and mortar retail such as Target poorly prepares itself to respond to inevitable disruption.
The social network says it doesn't 'allow images that promote an ideal body/physical image for health related products.' But is that policy being enforced arbitrarily?
Deja vu: A Wall Street analyst presents faulty research, Bloomberg reports it and NFLX stock goes up.
We have seen this story before. A pseudo-competitor emerges and Pandora's stock drops.
It's time for Pandora to saturate itself in local music scenes, starting in Hollywood.
Media outlets on both sides of the border failed to provide meaningful or necessary context alongside their coverage of Monday's Game Seven collapse in Boston.
If they are representative of things to come, Mark Zuckerberg's recent moves could set off a death spiral at the once undisputed social media leader.
Pandora can generate additional revenue and create more goodwill with artists and music fans if it gets deeper into local music promotion.
Reed Hastings thinks he has something with Netflix. And, today, he does. But that doesn't mean the future's bright.
Take a week off and disconnect. It could improve your well being.
Apple's CEO has done nothing, qualitatively, to warrant the recent 16% pop in AAPL stock.
The world doesn't need fewer Internet radio services. But that doesn't mean the industry shouldn't consolidate.
As he embarks on 'a week's worth of relative aimlessness,' Rocco Pendola wonders if he can really disconnect for seven whole days.
As old guard media exercises control over its content, Reed Hastings spins a hollow argument in Netflix's defense.
If you think Apple just experienced its 'worst days,' you really will believe anything 'she' tells you.
Questions about Apple's ability to innovate without Steve Jobs loom as large at $440 as they did at $385.
Rocco Pendola discusses four companies that care about the NHL Playoffs before having some fun with his Round One predictions.
There's nothing wrong with Apple's present slate of products. In fact, they're not broke so Tim Cook should not worry about fixing them.