"Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me; fool me 77 times, what the hell," says one concert industry source
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Former Warner Bros. digital-music executive calls move a "giant validation of streaming"
Ticketing company Songkick accuses corporation of "predatory, exclusionary and anticompetitive" practices
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"They need to beef up security," says one veteran manager. "People are going to be more careful"
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Music industry execs divided over efficacy of heightened security at shows
Retailers brace for what could be the biggest-selling album in years
Legal loophole allowed Internet radio service to avoid paying artists for recordings songs recorded before 1972
Execs from both sides, including Jimmy Iovine, trade words and share company visions
Tech giant will "either become 100 percent owner or divest," says one source
"We have the unlimited resources of hiring people and scaling," says one exec, though others bemoan service's lack of "clearly defined strategy"