Spotify will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on 3 April, just a week after the company plans to provide its most recent annual financial guidance.
The music-streaming subscription service
Spotify, the world’s biggest streaming music company, made its debut in South Africa on Tuesday. It’s the first entry into Africa for the streaming giant, with the service costing R59.99/month for a single-user
Apple investors eager for fatter profit margins should read Spotify’s latest financial disclosures. They should have a few antacids handy when they do. The company’s document for its public stock listing highlights how tricky
YouTube plans to introduce a paid music service in March, according to people familiar with the matter, a third attempt by Google to catch up with rivals Spotify and Apple. The new service could help appease record industry executives