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  1. Investors Flock to Music Streaming Services as Spotify's Value Tops $4 Billion

    5:00 am 11/25/2013

    A new study shows digital music becoming a $12.2 billion industry by 2016, topping physical sales.Read more

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  2. Turntable.fm to Shut Down In December

    8:00 am 11/23/2013

    The New York-based startup had a brief yet impactful run.Read more

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  3. Spotify Raises $250 Million For a Valuation of $4 Billion

    5:40 pm 11/21/2013

    The revelation comes the same day that rival Pandora, worth $5.2 billion, reports strong quarterly earnings.Read more

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  4. Spotify Targeted by Class Action Lawsuit Over Automatic Subscription Renewals

    8:10 am 11/13/2013

    A customer of the music streaming service alleges that she didn't consent to having $9.99 charged each month.Read more

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  5. Spotify Close to Securing $200 Million Investment (Report)

    9:00 am 11/9/2013

    As of March, the streaming service had some six million paying customers and 24 million active users.Read more

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  6. Russian Social Networking Site Vkontakte Wins Copyright Case Against Music Label

    9:33 am 10/25/2013

    Meanwhile, the company plans to create a paid music service.Read more

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  7. T.J. Martell Foundation Honors Spotify's Daniel Ek, Lady Gaga Manager Troy Carter, Raises $1 Million

    11:23 am 10/21/2013

    With performances by Colbie Caillat and a slew of music industry executives in attendance, Artworks for the Cure raises much-needed cash for the fight against leukemia, cancer and AIDS.Read more

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  8. Twitter Names New Head of Music

    7:00 am 9/24/2013

    Bob Moczydlowsky, former SVP of product and marketing for TopSpin Media, confirmed the appointment with a tweet. Naturally.Read more

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  9. Spotify Launches in Turkey, Greece, Taiwan, Argentina

    3:10 am 9/24/2013

    The digital music service is now available in 32 countries.Read more

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  10. Spotify Sued for Not Deleting User Playlists

    3:46 pm 9/4/2013

    Ministry of Sound, a dance label, objects that the streaming website allows users to create playlists that mimic its compilation albums.Read more

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