SAN FRANCISCO— Apple is adding a missing element to its streaming music service by making it possible for home listeners to send tunes from Apple Music to WiFi-enabled speakers made by Sonos. "We wanted to give customers a complete experience," he told The Associated Press. Apple Inc. said last month that it had signed up 6.5 million paying subscribers for its new...» Read More
In honor of Blues Traveler lead singer John Popper joining the Kudlow Report, CNBC security guard and resident pianist Eddy Rodriguez performs BT's "Run-Around" in the lobby of CNBC headquarters.
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Chuck Leavell, former Rolling Stones keyboardist, discusses the band's upcoming world tour and the business of show biz.
Spotify has done away with its listening caps on the Web for people who don't pay for the service. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
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