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The extensive Wikipedia-like album database has an online marketplace through which nearly $100 million in records will be sold this year.
By BEN SISARIO
Mr. Lowery, a rock guitarist-songwriter, applied for class-action status, arguing that Spotify has failed to handle the mechanical licensing for a huge number of songs by many songwriters.
By VINDU GOEL
Both local entertainment companies, as well as Netflix, Amazon and 21st Century Fox, hope to persuade Indians to pay for online streaming, but changing current habits will be difficult.
By MARTHA C. WHITE
In its new campaign, the Arizona Department of Health Services turned away from “fear-based messaging” to encourage people to visit a website that offers H.I.V. testing information.
By BARRY MEIER and SYDNEY EMBER
Billionaires buying newspapers isn’t new, but Sheldon Adelson’s ownership of The Las Vegas Review-Journal raises concerns about the paper’s direction.
By MICHAEL FORSYTHE
The reporter, Ursula Gauthier, had written an article criticizing Beijing’s attempt to link the Paris attacks to ethnic violence in China’s northwest.
By MAGGIE HABERMAN and JONATHAN MARTIN
Mr. Trump has discarded the tactics that winning candidates have traditionally used, in spending, polling and advertising. Will that change moving into 2016?
By WILLIAM GRIMES
Mr. Ando drew on his extensive gang experience to become a major player in the yakuza genre.
By ZACH SCHONBRUN and MICHAEL BARBARO
The league is teaming up with Everytown for Gun Safety, an organization that advocates gun control, and 30-second ads will air during a series of marquee games on Dec. 25.
By DANIEL VICTOR
The illustration depicted Senator Cruz’s young daughters as performing monkeys after he released a campaign ad that featured them.
By SYDNEY EMBER
Two weeks after the Republican megadonor Sheldon Adelson purchased the Las Vegas newspaper, its top editor resigned.
By BRUCE WEBER
He spent much of his career chipping away at the prevailing notion in the industry that writing by black authors or aimed at black readers belonged to a niche market.
By ALEXANDRA ALTER
A mediocre gift inspired the creation of Lost My Name, a start-up that personalizes books for hundreds of thousands of young readers.
Ursula Gauthier, a French reporter who wrote an article critical of China’s treatment of the Uighur minority, must leave before Jan. 1 unless her credentials are renewed.
The Federal Trade Commission’s new rules lay out for the first time how advertisers and publishers should deploy and label native ads.
By JENNIFER SABA
The streaming video provider was once a welcome customer, but now it’s on pace to outspend rivals just as the TV landscape is shifting in its favor.
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