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3 Lessons for Entrepreneurs From Spotify, Which Won Over Taylor Swift and Just Made its Billion-Dollar IPO

Shares of the streaming service opened at about $165, valuing the company at close to $30 billion.

Hayden Field

Music to Shelter Dogs' Ears: Spotify Is Helping Animals Get Adopted By Showing Off Their Music Tastes

The streaming service is working with a shelter in Germany to determine dogs' music preferences, so people can find their 'musical soulmate.'

This Dog's Life

Why Short-Term Contracts Aren't Just for Netflix and Spotify Anymore

With subscription software as a service rising in popularity, short-term contracts are an increasingly good option for B2B businesses.

Adam Levy

Spotify Is in Advanced Talks to Buy SoundCloud

SoundCloud's founders and investors were exploring strategic options for the company, including a sale, that could value it at $1 billion, Bloomberg reported in July.

Reuters

Apple to Spotify: We're Not Giving You Special Treatment

Spotify will have to stop trying to circumvent in-app purchases if it wants its updates to make it through the App Store review process.

David Murphy

Spotify Hits Out at Apple After Updated App for iPhones Rejected

The two companies have gone head to head in the battle for music streaming customers since Apple Music was launched in more than 100 countries last year.

Reuters

Spotify Says Growth Has Quickened Since Apple Music's Launch

Spotify now boasts of having close to 100 million users in more than 59 markets, despite increasing competition and, so far, a lack of profits.

Reuters

Spotify Raises $1 Billion in Convertible Debt

The streaming service is facing increasing competition from Apple, Pandora, SoundCloud and Tidal.

Reuters

James Trew

Troy Carter Talks About the Future of Technology and Music

The music industry entrepreneur sees streaming as an unstoppable force that will benefit musicians and their fans.

John Boitnott

Music as Medicine? The Sexy Idea with a Non-Sexy Timeline.

The Sync Project wants to use songs to improve your health. But first it has to come to market.

Laura Entis