Blake Morgan calls out Pandora -- again -- in the senseless royalty battle he insists on waging.
Pandora needs to shift focus from royalties to becoming the best promotional partner the music industry and artists could ever hope for.
Apple needs to take an honest look at what it lost when Steve Jobs died, then act accordingly.
The music industry must focus on delivering the best product to music fans, not fighting sideshow lawsuits.
We shouldn't have to wait for old guard music industry executives to die off before we see true reform in their business.
If WWDC means anything, innovation at Apple has become cursing at the media while talking about a product that's not even finished yet.
Skip headlines and surface scratches to find deeper meaning in Pandora's purchase of a small South Dakota radio station.
Pandora buys a broadcast radio station. And it's more than a nifty decision by smart lawyers.
Monday's opening presentation at WWDC will go down as just another signpost when historians tell the story of Apple's demise.
Amazon can't walk in and dominate hardware. Don't expect Apple to take over Internet radio.