News and Articles About Music
Digg aims to fill the gap with its own reader, Facebook unveils a new timeline, Twitter gets into music discovery and more social-media news.
Four need-to-know tips for businesses that play music.
From Spanx founder Sara Blakely to skateboard icon Tony Hawk, hear what music inspires high-profile entrepreneurs to quickly shift their mindset and face their challenges.
A CEO's knack for buying low and selling high combined with his love of vintage musical instruments led him to revive Chicago Music Exchange.
Part music magazine, part discovery engine, the free iPad app Groovebug pairs downloaded music with photos, videos, and reviews.
Our annual look at high-earning entrepreneurs aged 30 or younger with the creativity, smarts and guts to disrupt their industries.
Two friends create quirky portable speakers inspired by a takeout box.
Ditch the Muzak and tailor your tunes to appeal to your customers and employees.
App sees explosive growth for it's music-recognition service based on simple spoken searches, and even humming.
The leading recording engineer shares her views on standing out as a woman in a business dominated by men. Part of our Insights series.
The groundbreaking recording engineer talks about how her studio stays on the cutting edge. Her advice: Hire a motivated team with passion and a hunger to try new things. Part of our Insights series.
Music industry veteran Ann Mincieli describes working with famous artists like Alicia Keys and the trials of opening up her own studio space in New York. Her goal is to provide a cutting-edge experience that accommodates all skill levels.
From rock 'n roll to divorce to kickball, these companies take franchising to a new creative level.
The Orchard's Richard Gottehrer shares his views on staying relevant during an industry shift.
The Orchard's Richard Gottehrer on how he stays on the cutting edge amid the upheaval in the music industry.
The co-founder of a successful music distributor for independent artists talks about staying nimble in a fast-changing industry.
The Orchard's early insight into digital distribution of music is proving bountiful -- and helping independent musicians get on the radar.
For this iconoclastic rocker, there are no limits to how music can be packaged, delivered and consumed.
The big idea to move your company to the next level can happen, if you put in the work -- and play while you're at it.
The Numero Group mines the past to forge the future of record labels--aiming at a reliable market of music aficionados and collectors.
The best artists in the business want to lay down their tracks at Allen Sides' Ocean Way Recording. Now he's taking his state-of-the-art studio expertise to them.
The world of music retail keeps spinning at Dusty Groove America
An early investor in iTunes and Pandora weighs in on what makes an online music company a hit.
Forget buying CDs or even downloading MP3s. With Rdio's streaming service, music moves from a purchase decision to a social experience.
The frontman for the alternative rock band shares his thoughts about innovation, success and learning from mistakes.