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The words of Spotify's CEO and actions of Pandora executives justify the angst and, in some cases, hatred many musicians feel toward streaming radio.
It seems like a bonehead of a strategic move for streaming radio platform Rdio to partner with Cumulus Media, a dinosaur of a broadcast radio company.
The euphoria that's about to surround Apple might not be enough to inject life into a stock that many other high fliers have outperformed.
What's up with the mass proliferation of companies that deliver products and services within 24 to 48 hours or sooner?
Despite what Tim Cook says, Apple is and has always been a hardware company. It should strike concern that, as Apple releases new devices, software might take center stage.
Now more than ever, physical retail needs visionary leaders. Best Buy's Hubert Joly doesn't match the job qualification.
An early-stage, decade-longer investor in Pandora appears to be bailing out.
If you're still scoffing at Amazon, you probably need to merge your ideas of what makes great companies and great stocks.
Apple doesn't need revolution with iPhone 6, just a little more evolution.
The greedy NFL should be paying musicians, not the other way around. But it's the music industry's fault that it has come to this.