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Music Companies Not Spared as Stocks Tumble

SFX Entertainment plunged 28 percent in 9 days, and many music stocks are sinking

SoundCloud Announces New Monetization Play, $100M in Funding

The popular audio platform is introducing new ways of generating revenue, including ads

Apple’s Purchase of Swell Signals a Focus on Personalization

Acquisition of podcast streaming app is a move towards individualized content.

Why Did Google Buy Songza? (Analysis)

Spotify rather than Beats may be in its sights, indicating a bullishness about Internet radio.

Primary Wave Music Nabs $125 Million Financial Partnership

One of the largest independent music publishing, marketing and management companies in the U.S., it controls the copyrights to more than 15,000 songs. Management clients include Cee Lo Green and Busta Rhymes.

Justin Bieber, Usher, Chris Brown Generate Most Social Activity During Billboard Music Awards

Buzzworthy performances had the online community talking throughout the ABC broadcast.

Grammys Spawn Record Levels of ‘Social TV’ Activity, Led By Adele, Chris Brown, Jennifer Hudson

Music's biggest night not only scored the highest ratings since 1984 for the CBS broadcast, but generated a record number of social media comments as well.

Spotify: As Media Goes Gaga Over Launch, Pandora Stock Falls

Plus: Spotify investor Sean Parker's letter to Facebook friends proclaiming a "new golden age of music."

How Many Millions Did Amazon Lose on Two Days of 99-Cent Lady Gaga Sales?

Amazon sold about 440,000 downloads of "Born This Way" and nearly all of them were the 99-cent version.

Amazon Beats Google, Apple in Launching Cloud Music Storage Server

People can now remotely access their digital music collections from connected devices.

Report: Warner Music Group Hires Goldman Sachs to Find Buyer

Warner is said to be aiming to find a potential buyer for all or part of the company.

Report: Warner Planning Bid For EMI’s Recorded Music Division

U.K. paper says WMG will make a $750 million bid; Cites "Wall Street sources."