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Beats President Luke Wood talks Apple acquisition: the two companies shared the same DNA

Beats President Luke Wood, who runs the audio products side of the business, told Mashable that the acquisition was a great fit because the company shared DNA with Apple. 289 more words

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Music Executives Think Jay Z's Tidal Will Fail In Less Than A Year

(AllHipHop News) Despite numerous exclusives from artists like Beyoncé, Lil Wayne, Prince, and Madonna, the Tidal streaming service has been off to a rough start. The initial roll out of the Jay Z led platform faced criticism for coming off as elitist, and the $20 price for the premium option was viewed as too expensive. 159 more words

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Can Apple wow Wall Street without one more thing?

Notices for Apple’s Sept. 9 invitation-only event were sent to financial analysts and the media Thursday afternoon. Within hours, checklists of what to expect had been mailed to clients and… 196 more words

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Jony Ive & Jimmy Iovine slated to speak at Vanity Fair Summit in October

Vanity Fair today has revealed the list of people who will speak at its upcoming New Establishment Summit in October and once again, Apple’s Chief Design Officer Jony Ive will be in attendance. 302 more words

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Apple's Jony Ive, Jimmy Iovine to talk tech and entertainment at Vanity Fair event

”Apple CDO Jony Ive will again be attending Vanity Fair’s 2015 New Establishment Summit in October to talk design and tech — and potentially new iPhones — this time accompanied by Beats cofounder Jimmy Iovine,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider. 133 more words

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Apple comes out swinging in defense of Apple Music

I wouldn’t call it a Taylor Swift moment. Senior VPs weren’t calling Apple’s CEO on a Sunday to rewrite contracts in response to a pop diva’s complaint. 320 more words

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Study: 11 percent of iOS users currently listen to Apple Music

According to a new research study conducted by MusicWatch, a company providing consumer research for the music industry, three quarters (77 percent) of Apple’s iOS users in the United States are aware of Apple Music, and 11 percent reported they are currently using Apple Music. 391 more words

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