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  • Fab.com predicts 2012 revenue will hit $100 million

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    Fab.com predicts 2012 revenue will hit $100 million

    The nine-month-old flash-sale retailer says membership doubled since January.

    Posted 04/03/2012Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The nine-month-old flash-sale retailer says membership doubled since January.
  • / Technology

    MySpace gets into the online music sales business

    MySpace will offer 3 million independent musicians the chance to build online storefronts and sell their music on MySpace.com. Digital music will help MySpace.com evaluate other web retail opportunities, the company says.

    Posted 09/05/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    MySpace will offer 3 million independent musicians the chance to build online storefronts and sell their music on MySpace.com. Digital music will help MySpace.com evaluate other web retail opportunities, the company says.
  • / Technology

    Universal Music agrees to test unlimited music distribution at EMusic.com

    Universal Music Group is allowing sister company EMusic.com to offer EMusic subscribers 1,000 albums from the Universal Music library for unlimited downloads.

    Posted 07/09/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Universal Music Group is allowing sister company EMusic.com to offer EMusic subscribers 1,000 albums from the Universal Music library for unlimited downloads.
  • / Technology

    Listen.com lines up agreements with a fifth major record label

    Listen.com, a San Francisco-based online music company that distributes the Rhapsody digital music subscription service, reported it has licensed the rights to the music catalog of the Universal Music Group.

    Posted 07/01/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Listen.com, a San Francisco-based online music company that distributes the Rhapsody digital music subscription service, reported it has licensed the rights to the music catalog of the Universal Music Group.
  • / Technology

    Online music provider FullAudio snares rights to BMG music

    FullAudio, a web-based provider of music downloading, has acquired sound recording rights from BMG, adding that major label to rights it already has from EMI Recorded Music, Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group.

    Posted 06/19/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    FullAudio, a web-based provider of music downloading, has acquired sound recording rights from BMG, adding that major label to rights it already has from EMI Recorded Music, Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group.
  • Music wars: battle of the brands

    It's been a big spring for duets in the world of online music sales. First came the merger of CDnow Inc. and N2K Inc., completed March 17. The two retailers, which rang up sales to the tune of $98.5 million in 1998, have combined their resources under the CDnow moniker and face their stiffest competition from Amazon.com, which rushed the stage with its music offerings last summer and posted fourth-quarter music sales of $33.1 million. But now the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    It's been a big spring for duets in the world of online music sales. First came the merger of CDnow Inc. and N2K Inc., completed March 17. The two retailers, which rang up sales to the tune of $98.5 million in 1998, have combined their resources under the CDnow moniker and face their stiffest…
  • / Technology

    Music wars: battle of the brands

    It's been a big spring for duets in the world of online music sales. First came the merger of CDnow Inc. and N2K Inc., completed March 17. The two retailers, which rang up sales to the tune of $98.5 million in 1998, have combined their resources under the CDnow moniker and face their stiffest competition from Amazon.com, which rushed the stage with its music offerings last summer and posted fourth-quarter music sales of $33.1 million. But now the...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    It's been a big spring for duets in the world of online music sales. First came the merger of CDnow Inc. and N2K Inc., completed March 17. The two retailers, which rang up sales to the tune of $98.5 million in 1998, have combined their resources under the CDnow moniker and face their stiffest…

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