Allen added that cool, wet weather in North America "delayed crop planting, slowed construction activity and hurt sales of turf-care equipment."
Google (GOOG) is reportedly readying a subscription music-streaming service that would rival Spotify. Reports say the company could debut the service as early as Wednesday at its annual developers conference.
Google currently has a cloud music service called Google Music, where users can upload as many as 20,000 purchased songs and listen to them on Android devices or over the Internet. As the Android operating system is currently the most-used smartphone software, the service could pose a challenge to Spotify, which boasts more than 24 million active users across the world.If Google debuts the music streaming service, it would beat Apple (AAPL - Get Report) to the punch. According to speculation, Apple has been working on its own music streaming platform, but it has not yet been revealed.
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