Apple vs. Taylor Swift. Where are the details? We're still waiting for specifics on how much Apple will pay musicians for songs played on its upcoming streaming music service.
Hip-hop mogul released from jail after an alleged assault with a weight-room kettlebell at UCLA, where son is on the football team.
Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx cheered Apple's turnaround on artist royalties, saying its initial nonpayment plan wasn't right.
In an open letter to Apple, Taylor Swift helped convince the company to change course and pay artists during its free-trial streaming period. Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue weighs in.
Apple is doling out streaming royalties because it needs to appease artists for its streaming service to survive, an analyst said.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the latest movies from Apple and their decisions with their streaming music service, Apple Music.
Apple's decision to change its payment policy for artists shows the mistake it is making, Billy Corgan says.
Billy Corgan, Smashing Pumpkins lead singer, weighs in on Apple Music changing their policy after Taylor Swift makes a stand. Tech companies are terrified of artists getting their fair share, says Corgan.
Stephen Witt, author of 'How Music Got Free', discusses Taylor Swift's move against Spotify and Apple Music and how the business of streaming music is changing.
Dan Ives, FBR Capital, weighs in on Taylor Swift voicing how she felt about musicians not being paid for their work.
Ed Lee, Re/code managing editor calls Taylor Swift "Queen of music," after the 25-year old said in a blog post about Apple, "We don't ask you for free iPhones. Please don't ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation."
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday it was unusual for a company like Apple to alter one of its policies at the behest of an artist.
Taylor Swift may be known for her "long list of ex-lovers", but now she's made a name for herself as a multi-million dollar powerhouse.
Apple has bowed to concerns raised over the structure of its new streaming service and paying royalties to artists in the free trial.
Apple has made a U-turn over artist royalties for its music streaming service, after pop megastar Taylor Swift criticized the platform.
Taylor Swift isn't just the biggest pop star in the world. She's also the world's most effective Apple lobbyist.
Taylor Swift took aim at Apple over its decision not to pay musicians during a trial period for its new music service.
Taylor Swift's 1989, the bestselling LP of 2014, won't be available on Apple Music. CNBC's Julia Boorstin, reports.
The Donald Trump-Neil Young kerfuffle over a song isn't the first sour note between politicians and musicians. For some other instances, click ahead.
As users start to pay for Apple's streaming service, Apple Music, Re/code takes a look at just where that $10 a month is headed.