Daniel Ek says piracy and record labels do more damage to musicians than streaming music service
"If [a] fan purchased the record...and then their friends go, ‘Why did you pay for it? It’s free on Spotify,’ we’re being completely disrespectful to that superfan," says Scott Borchetta
Superstar sells nearly 1.3 million copies of '1989' in its first week, but not without controversy
Will audiophiles pay $20 a month for better-sounding songs?
"There are reasons why you can sell 1 million units, but it's got nothing to do with not providing that album to Spotify," says one source
Plus, Hozier's "Take Me to Church" gets boost from Beats by Dre ad
Plus, U2's manager discusses band's Number Nine debut
With album sales down 14 percent this year, industry retailers hope the country-pop superstar will reverse a downward trend
A California judge has ruled against the satellite radio company in a landmark ruling
'Old Boots, New Dirt' tops the chart, while Jason Derulo's "Trumpets" is the Sleeper of the Week
Inside this week's sales and streaming winners and losers, including Prince, Lady Antebellum and Blake Shelton
Meghan Trainor, Taylor Swift and Jessie battle for Hot 100 supremacy
"My fans will understand and I thank them for informing me about the extortionate tickets prices already being listed on some websites," singer writes
Plus, looking forward to Taylor Swift's album and reassessing Christian rapper Lecrae
Will the streaming service bought for $3 billion remain in Apple's long-term vision?