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Entertainment Music & Musicians

  • Ola Sars, founder of Soundtrack Your Brand, and Daniel Waterhouse, general partner at Balderton Capital, explain their business venture in music streaming.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 16- Sirius XM Holdings Inc on Thursday won the dismissal of a New York copyright lawsuit over the satellite radio company's playing of older songs by the 1960 s band The Turtles and other artists, reducing the size of a related settlement between both sides in November. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York accepted a Dec. 20 ruling by the...

  • Daniel Ek, CEO and Founder of Spotify

    Andrew Cuomo announced Spotify is moving its HQ in New York to 4 World Trade Center, which will add more than 1,000 new jobs in the city.

  • Musician Prince performs onstage at the 36th Annual NAACP Image Awards at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion on March 19, 2005 in Los Angeles, California.

    A number of Prince's albums have returned to sites such as Spotify, Apple Music, and Pandora, The Verge reports.

  • Gene Simmons

    As a member of one of the most iconic rock bands in history, Gene Simmons has managed to become a brand of his own.

  • American singer Al Jarreau performs live during a concert at the Philharmonie on November 15, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.

    Jarreau sang the theme song to the hit 1980s TV series that helped make Bruce Willis a star.

  • NEW YORK— Tidal's exclusive streaming rights to Prince's Warner Bros. In a statement, Warner Bros. Said Strang: "Prince recorded his most influential and popular music during his time with Warner Bros. and we are deeply aware of our responsibility to safeguard and nurture his incredible legacy.

  • Kenny G performs at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City.

    Kenny G tells CNBC that Starbucks and United Airlines are among his favorite stocks.

  • TK TK TK

    The "Squawk Box" crew catches up with Huey Lewis at the Pebble Beach Pro Am to talk about his golf game and investment strategy.

  • Stocks to Watch: February 10, 2017

    News Corp, Pandora, and Intel stocks are making headlines on Wall Street to finish off the trading week.

  • Kenny G links golf & music

    Musican Kenny G speaks with CNBC's Becky Quick at the Pebble Beach Pro Am about his investing strategies, including his stake in Starbucks.

  • Aretha Franklin

    The singer says she has one more album planned, with several tracks produced by Stevie Wonder, and will limit herself to "some select things."

  • TOKYO— In a story Feb. 7 about engineer Yasuhisa Toyota's work in concert halls, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he founded his company. TOKYO— Behind some of the world's most reputed concert halls is a Japanese engineer whose finesse in shaping sound is so perfectly unobtrusive that all listeners hear is the music— in all its subtlety, texture and...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 8- The Three Degrees, a female vocal group best known for the 1974 smash "When Will I See You Again," has sued Sony Music Entertainment Inc, seeking to recoup decades of royalties it says were withheld by a former manager and his widow. According to a complaint filed on Tuesday night, the group has "never received one penny" of royalties under an oral agreeing...

  • Toyota's Nagata Acoustics has just 20 employees globally, but it dominates acoustics work for halls in Japan and is expanding abroad. He's designed the acoustics for orchestras in Los Angeles, Helsinki, Paris and Shanghai. "No one can explain in one word why a Stradivarius violin sounds so beautiful, or how the way it was made may have shaped that beautiful sound,"...

  • Toyota's Nagata Acoustics has just 20 employees globally, but it dominates acoustics work for halls in Japan and is expanding abroad. He's designed the acoustics for orchestras in Los Angeles, Helsinki, Paris and Shanghai. "No one can explain in one word why a Stradivarius violin sounds so beautiful, or how the way it was made may have shaped that beautiful sound,"...

  • Lady Gaga will perform in Houston for the Super Bowl LI halftime show

    Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl Halftime show will use ‘hundreds of drones’, according to The Verge.

  • *OPEC cut over 1 million bpd between December and January. *But rising U.S. crude stocks, production undermine OPEC efforts. SINGAPORE, Feb 1- Oil dipped on Wednesday, weighed down by ongoing high supplies despite an OPEC- led production cut, but prices remained within a narrow trading band that has been in place since late January.

  • Arran Campbell outlines his business proposition

    Staying cool in front of our judges, Arran presents his Bluetooth cool box.

  • Pop-up shop Day

    Both Nathalie and Arran set up their pop-up shops to try and test the market for their unique products.