Half of Prince’s sizeable estate was recently acquired from his heirs by the music and IP rights company, Primary Wave. That has not stopped the
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Music royalty streams are attracting the interest of yield-hungry investors
How songs get distributed and owners compensated for them have upended the music industry. Through it all, copyright royalties have remained attractive – especially when
Why a $1.6B billion law suit for non-payment of royalties is not likely to affect Spotify’s March IPO
Spotify recently filed confidential plans for an initial public offering to take place on March 31 on the New York Stock Exchange were thrown a curve
New book: tech elites’ disregard for privacy & IP must be managed
Can Internet monopolies – adept at providing at providing information – be prevented from violating the rights of individuals, businesses and IP holders, and impeding innovation?
Licensing deal with IP rights group ends YouTube blackout in Germany – “no more red faces”
Tens of thousands of recording artists and musicians in Germany will be receiving payment for their content under the terms of agreement struck last week
The bonds that fell to earth – The financial magic of David Bowie
The passing of David Bowie is a reminder that he was an innovator in finance and intellectual property, as well as music and fashion. Much has
Angry musicians are pushing back on royalties – Will inventors follow?
Song writers may have something to teach inventors when it comes to getting a fair share for their intellectual property rights, or not. Confusion
Copyright Monetization Business is Latest IP Enforcement Play
New IP licensing model is generating opportunity for content providers and investors; obstacles for file-sharers. Rightscorp is an IP licensing business model of a different stripe.