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Since 2008, Spotify has generated more than $5 billion for music labels and songwriters.
Spotify agreed to make some new albums completely available only to its paid subscribers, breaking an impasse with Universal Music that had lasted more than 18 months.
Spotify needs to secure licensing deals with the major music labels before it can schedule an initial public offering, which might not be ready until 2018.
European stocks were weaker and bonds higher as unease returned to markets.
European stock markets ended in the red Monday as Brexit concerns and comments President-elect Donald Trump fuelled a risk-off narrative.
Investors should go beyond the prejudice to identify French companies that may offer growth potential.
With streaming services helping the music industry deliver its best growth in decades, labels might now be willing to cut royalty rates to keep the momentum going.
The European Commission proposed copyright reforms giving publishers the right to negotiate payment for articles that appear in online platforms such as Google.
Mediaset Premium's figures were "artificially-inflated" and the deal will likely become void when it misses a regulatory deadline, said Vivendi CEO.
Fininvest claims it is due $642 million for damages already incured after Vivendi backed out of an agreement to buy Mediaset's pay-TV division.
Impala considers whether to file an appeal on behalf of Europe's independent labels.
Stocks ended the week in the red, amassing more losses for the fourth session since Monday.
Luxury goods maker Richemont bucks the positive trend after delivering a gloomy prognosis.
European markets are higher on Friday as positive sentiment returns following a week of declines.
European markets are mixed Friday, with the London benchmark inching higher.
Shares of Telecom Italia surged 25% last year, but that run-up should not stop investors from buying the stock in 2016.
Shares of Telecom Italia surged 25 percent last year, but that impressive run-up should not stop investors from getting into the stock in 2016.
Pandora, the world's largest Internet radio service, won a crucial ruling on Wednesday as the U.S. Copyright Royalty Board raises streaming rates below those sought by record companies.
When the U.S. Copyright Royalty Board rules on streaming music this month, Pandora could be victorious. But a victory over the music industry may not be such a good thing.
Under the category of Black Friday deals that may be hard to pass up, Amazon just rolled out a steep discount for unlimited cloud storage.
European markets rise Tuesday, taking their lead from Asian markets outside of China, which shrugged off falls in base metal prices to post gains overnight.
Details about BlackBerry's new Priv smartphone keep emerging and pleasing investors, along with improvements to its BBM messaging service and an agreement to make anti-spy phones with Tata.
European stock indices are mixed on Tuesday, with eurozone benchmarks shrugging off disappointing German data to post small gains.
European stocks rise as weak eurozone inflation data spurs hopes the ECB will expand a program of government bond buying.
Vivendi is poised to benefit from its recently streamlined operations, while Global Logistic Properties and CNH Industrial are suffering unreasonably from macroeconomic issues that will fade with time.
But don't expect Facebook video to kill the YouTuber star just yet.
Vivendi's chairman is making significant changes while ING is a boring bank making a lot of money, says David Marcus of Evermore Global Value Fund.
Vivendi’s chairman Vincent Bollore is making significant changes at the French media conglomerate including raising the company’s stake in Telecom Italia.
European markets moved lower on Thursday after an inconclusive meeting late yesterday between Greek officials and its international creditors stoked further worries about a Greek debt fault and eurozone exit.
The unsolicited offer would make Numericable-SFR France's largest wireless service provider, but the deal is likely to face government and antitrust authority opposition.
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