It appears Apple and Google could be taking the music industry for a ride, underpaying for valuable listening data.
As Apple looks more and more like the 'copycat' Steve Jobs accused other companies of being, Rocco Pendola says he's losing hope.
Consumers and the music industry will enjoy more upside from iRadio than Apple shareholders.
Even with Apple, room exists for multiple Internet radio players. All iRadio might do is further complicate Pandora's next music royalty deal.
Cherry-picked quantitative points, used in isolation, do little, if anything, to construct meaningful bull or bear cases.
Binge viewing might work for rerun seasons of old programs, but not first-run originals.
Tempered growth could actually turn into a positive for Pandora shareholders.
Reed Hastings portrays himself as a steady at the wheel CEO. He's anything but.
Why does the music industrial complex refuse to address sweatshop conditions in many local music scenes?
Is Elon Musk the next Steve Jobs? Maybe. Maybe not. But Rocco Pendola doesn't think he cares.