These three tech giants have ventured into the expanding podcasting industry, which is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 27.5% until 2027
With the New Year just around the corner, Big Tech may need to think of a resolution or risk being split up.
As #2020Wrapped takes over social media, the streaming service shares soar to all-time highs yesterday.
Industry leader Spotify recently reached 144 million paid subscribers, and its disappointing revenue might now be resolved.
Though there was no iPhone to be seen, Apple had plenty of bling to show off, some of which didn’t go down well with competitors old and new
While the coronavirus pandemic was massively detrimental to many businesses and sectors, a lot of streaming companies have managed to prosper.
These two companies can keep winning long after the current crisis subsides.
All three companies have an amazing consumer offering but are still in the early innings of their growth opportunity.
After 9 years in the blissful, earnings-free realm of privatized existence, Warner Music is coming back to the fold with its second IPO this week.
There has been a huge boost in listeners for the streaming platform as more people are confined to their homes, but is this just a phase for Spotify?