As a member of controversial Texas-based rap trio the Geto Boys, Scarface was always something of the odd man out, his low-key vocal style usually taking a back seat to the more stimulating lyrical…
Speculation mounted Tuesday in music industry circles as to who may be tapped by Bertelsmann topper Thomas Middelhoff to replace BMG Entertainment's chairman-elect Rudi Gassner, who died suddenly…
The Beatles again topped the nation's album sales chart as the Christmas season paid off handsomely for the music industry. Fifty-seven albums registered sales of more than 100,000 units, and 189 of…
Striking fear into the hearts of holiday-themed smut peddlers everywhere, the National Music Publishers Assn. claimed victory Friday in its copyright action against the distributors of the porno…
Top execs at the Bertelsmann Music Group arrived at work today and faced a major challenge: replacing Rudi Gassner, one of the music world's most powerful forces, who died Saturday in Germany of a…
Bruised but not (yet) beaten Internet music company MP3.com said Thursday it has inked an audio/video marketing deal with Warner Music Group.
Digital music site FarmClub.com on Thursday laid off 17 people, about 15% of its staff.
After negotiations with the record industry over royalty rates for Webcasters came to naught this week, the National Music Publishers' Association filed a petition Wednesday asking the U.S. Copyright…
Digital music delivery service Liquid Audio has tapped five execs this week.
Amid a rash of holiday buying, the Beatles showed modern-day pop groups how it's done once again this week, emerging at the top of the charts for the third time since their album's debut.