Music streaming service Spotify raised $350 million in a new funding round at an $8 billion valuation, sources told CNBC.
Grooveshark pulls the plug on its music streaming service. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on the Rolling Stone's 50 greatest live albums of all time.
Rolling Stone's list of Top 50 live albums of all time got the gang, and our viewers, going this morning.
Rock band Linkin Park is planning to rock startups with Machine Shop Ventures. Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson talk to the "Closing Bell" panel.
Jay Z is blasting what he calls a shadowy "smear campaign" to bury his music service before it even begins to take off.
Shashi Fernando, CEO of angel investor and business incubator Yonder & Beyond, introduces the company's products, such as U.S. social media music app PlayMeet.
Attempts to register a design for the "Left Shark" Internet sensation were quashed by a trademark examiner.
Julia Hartz, Eventbrite president, discusses how her company is building the event marketplace and growing the business model.
The cello is one of five instruments designed and printed by Monad Studio. The 3-D printed instrument made its debut at the Inside 3-D Printing Conference in New York, along with a violin and bass.
The "Monsters of Rock" cruise is promising five days of "fun, sun and debauchery." Don't forget the ear plugs!
CNBC's Courtney Reagan on the growth of digital music sales.
Spotify is nearing a deal to raise $400 million, valuing the music streaming service provider at $8.4 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Spotify investors value the site at $8.4 billion according to sources, reports Dow Jones.
Quirky has announced another major partnership—this time with Harman International, a maker of audio equipment, to develop new headphones.
Singer-songwriter Don McLean sold his original manuscript and notes to "American Pie" for $1.2 million.
Celebrity-backed streaming service Tidal has already sailed in to choppy waters, with Twitter users already complaining about its cost & piracy risk.
Madonna, Rihanna, Beyonce and Jay Z are among the A-List musicians who are co-owners of Tidal, a new streaming service.
"Tidal", a new music streaming service owned by rapper Jay-Z is set to officially relaunch under its new ownership today.
Many musicians, writers and other creators are struggling to get paid for their efforts. Patreon wants to change that.