Pandora shares were falling again on Tuesday, as the company signaled that it aims to offer a subscription streaming service, putting it into direction competition with Spotify and Apple Music.
Motorola Solutions (MSI) shares are falling after the company provided fourth quarter guidance below last year's total.
Pandora Media (P) shares are falling after the U.S. Copyright Office ruled that its current royalty payment arrangement can be used as a benchmark for future regulation.
With Sirius XM's cash flow still climbing, the prospect of higher car sales can fuel the stock's growth for the next 12 to 18 months.
Apple has mended its rift with Taylor Swift over Apple Music royalties. But streaming music services still won't produce the revenue stream that musicians need for quite some time.
Music streaming service Spotify has reportedly closed a $526 million round of funding, valuing the company at about $8.5 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Google's YouTube is delving deeper into the music business with a new tool to help artists better track their fanbase around the world.
Shares of both Sirius and TrueCar are poised to drive higher, buoyed by a booming auto industry.
Apple's well-deserved reputation to come into a new category and blow out the established players could come to an end if it attempts to take on Pandora's music streaming service.
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