Streaming giant expected to go public in first quarter of 2018, though company faces recently-filed $1.6 billion royalty lawsuit
What's behind the Tom Petty and Neil Young publisher's massive suit against the streaming giant?
Wixen Music Publishing accuses streaming service of failing to obtain licenses for musical compositions
Service finally removes white power bands nearly three years after they were identified on Southern Poverty Law Center list
With more than 60 million subscribers, the streaming service can make or break a song. Here's how the industry is adjusting
Sony follows Universal Music Group, negotiates new licensing agreement with popular streaming platform
Read an exclusive new excerpt from Steve Knopper's 'Appetite for Self-Destruction: The Spectacular Crash of the Record Industry in the Digital Age'
An excerpt from Jonathan Taplin's 'Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy'
Eagles' "Lyin Eyes," the Who's "Won't Get Fooled Again" highlight New York senator's tongue-in-cheek Spotify playlist
Streaming service embraces "windowing" after years of eschewing exclusive
After 18 months as Tidal exclusive, late icon's music will be available on Sunday
People made plenty of jokes when the tech giant announced its newest gadget in September – but the results are better than expected
Streaming services have changed the way superstars put out music, but fans are getting left in the cold. Will this new reality last?
Spotify documentary charts heavy metal band's formative years from 1981 through 1984's 'Ride the Lightning'
Open Music Initiative, led by Berklee College of Music and MIT, aims to improve how artists and labels collect money from streaming