Apple now third-largest U.S. music retailer: survey

Apple now third-largest U.S. music retailer: survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc.’s digital music store iTunes is now the third-largest music retailer in the United States with 10 percent market share, overtaking Amazon.com in the first quarter, according to a survey released on Friday.[Lees verder]

EBay to resume ads on Google, but rely on rivals
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – EBay Inc. said on Friday the online auction leader plans to resume placing Web advertising through Google Inc., but that it would rely on alternative advertising services to a greater degree.[Lees verder]

Fast amateurs give ad makers hits and headaches
CANNES, France (Reuters) – If pop artist Andy Warhol predicted fleeting notoriety for future celebrities, things are moving even faster in advertising under an onslaught of interactive and user-generated content.[Lees verder]

Dow Jones submits plan for editorial independence: WSJ
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Dow Jones & Co. delivered a proposal to safeguard its editorial independence to News Corp. on Friday, the first step in a negotiation about a possible News Corp. takeover, according to the online edition of the Wall Street Journal.[Lees verder]

Apple now third-largest U.S. music retailer: survey
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Apple Inc.’s digital music store iTunes is now the third-largest music retailer in the United States with 10 percent market share, overtaking Amazon.com in the first quarter, according to a survey released on Friday.[Lees verder]

EBay to resume ads on Google, but rely on rivals
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – EBay Inc. said on Friday the online auction leader plans to resume placing Web advertising through Google Inc., but that it would rely on alternative advertising services to a greater degree.[Lees verder]

Fast amateurs give ad makers hits and headaches
CANNES, France (Reuters) – If pop artist Andy Warhol predicted fleeting notoriety for future celebrities, things are moving even faster in advertising under an onslaught of interactive and user-generated content.[Lees verder]

Dow Jones submits plan for editorial independence: WSJ
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Dow Jones & Co. delivered a proposal to safeguard its editorial independence to News Corp. on Friday, the first step in a negotiation about a possible News Corp. takeover, according to the online edition of the Wall Street Journal.[Lees verder]