Under his estimated $300 million deal with Universal Music, royalties for his songs will go to the company.
Anyone's now free to record or perform the 92-year-old songwriter's parodies without owing royalties or consulting lawyers. And that's not a joke.
A new public company gives investors the chance to bet on a musician's continued success.
To boost profits, the music streaming service is pushing a bill in the House of Representatives that would cut payments to musicians. A coalition representing recording artists plans to fight back with an anti-Pandora PR campaign.