SPOT - Spotify Technology S.A.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
172.64
+1.50 (+0.88%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close171.14
Open171.54
Bid170.00 x 800
Ask176.12 x 800
Day's Range168.00 - 174.52
52 Week Range135.51 - 198.99
Volume1,283,243
Avg. Volume1,610,680
Market Cap31.037B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-10.27
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est213.94
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  • Spotify offers free direct uploads for indie artists
    Engadget18 hours ago

    Spotify offers free direct uploads for indie artists

    Spotify is making life easier for indie artists who want to get their music on the service by letting them directly upload their own tracks without having to go through an intermediary like a label or distributor. The free feature is launching in beta in Spotify for Artists. The company collaborated with performers such as Noname, Michael Brun, VIAA and Hot Shade to develop the upload tool.

  • Spotify will now let indie artists upload their own music
    TechCrunch19 hours ago

    Spotify will now let indie artists upload their own music

    Spotify today is taking another step that may make record labels uncomfortable. Fresh off reports that the streaming service is cutting its own licensing deals with independent artists, the company this morning announced it will now allow indie artists to directly upload their music to its service, too. The upload feature is today launching into beta on Spotify for Artists, the online dashboard that arrived publicly last year.

  • American City Business Journals10 hours ago

    Is there room for more? International co-working company joins rush to open in San Francisco

    Mindspace, an provider of high-end, boutique co-working spaces, opens its second U.S. location at 575 Market St. in San Francisco.

  • MarketWatch15 hours ago

    Spotify launches beta feature allowing artists to directly upload their music

    Spotify has updated its Spotify for Artists program, launching a beta feature that allows artists to upload music to the service directly without going through a label company or distributor. The feature is only available by invitation to a few hundred U.S.-based artists at the moment, but the company said in a Thursday blog post that it is "excited to bring upload to even more artists, labels, and teams in the future." The upload feature is free, and the company will not charge fees or commissions "no matter how frequently you release music," Spotify said. The new feature will be "just like releasing through any other partner," the company added. "You'll get paid when fans stream your music on Spotify. Your recording royalties will hit your bank account automatically each month, and you'll see a clear report of how much your streams are earning right next to the other insights you already get from Spotify for Artists." Spotify shares have gained 15% since its IPO in April, and the S&P 500 has gained 9.6%.

  • Bloomberg19 hours ago

    Spotify Gives Artists Another Way to Circumvent Record Labels

    Spotify Technology SA is giving musicians new tools to release music without a record label. The company said in a blog post Thursday it has invited a few hundred U.S.-based independent artists to upload their songs directly to the world’s most popular paid streaming service. A handful, including Chicago rapper Noname and Haitian DJ Michael Brun, have already tested the feature.

  • Can the Music Industry Bounce Back on Paid Streaming Services?
    Zacks20 hours ago

    Can the Music Industry Bounce Back on Paid Streaming Services?

    The online music streaming market holds immense potential and is poised to grow over the long term given that an increasing number of people are ready to pay monthly subscription for the services.

  • Former exec sues Spotify over boys-only events and pay
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Former exec sues Spotify over boys-only events and pay

    A former sales executive is suing Spotify for gender discrimination and equal pay violations, saying executives organized "boys' trips" that excluded women and that the company paid men more for the same work. The executive, Hong Perez, sued the music streaming company and its head of U.S. sales, Brian Berner, in New York State Court on Tuesday. Spotify Inc. says in a prepared statement that it does not tolerate harassment or discrimination, but it would not comment on pending litigation.

  • China's Tencent Music seeks $2 billion in U.S. IPO: sources
    Reuters2 days ago

    China's Tencent Music seeks $2 billion in U.S. IPO: sources

    Tencent Music Entertainment Group, China's biggest music-streaming company, is seeking to raise about $2 billion in a U.S. listing, according to three people close to the deal, down from the up to $4 billion that had been touted earlier. The subsidiary of Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings filed confidentially with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) two weeks ago, three people with knowledge of the matter said, in what will be one of the biggest listings in New York by a Chinese company this year. Tencent Music had earlier been seeking to raise between $3 billion and $4 billion, Thomson Reuters publication IFR reported, which would have made it the biggest Chinese float in the United States so far in 2018, ahead of streaming company iQiyi's $2.42 billion IPO in March.

  • China's Tencent Music seeks $2 billion in U.S. IPO: sources
    Reuters2 days ago

    China's Tencent Music seeks $2 billion in U.S. IPO: sources

    Tencent Music Entertainment Group, China's biggest music-streaming company, is seeking to raise about $2 billion in a U.S. listing, according to three people close to the deal, down from the up to $4 billion that had been touted earlier. The subsidiary of Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings filed confidentially with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) two weeks ago, three people with knowledge of the matter said, in what will be one of the biggest listings in New York by a Chinese company this year. Tencent Music had earlier been seeking to raise between $3 billion and $4 billion, Thomson Reuters publication IFR reported, which would have made it the biggest Chinese float in the United States so far in 2018, ahead of streaming company iQiyi's $2.42 billion IPO in March.

  • Spotify Faces Lawsuit Over Gender Discrimination and Equal Pay Violation
    Meredith Videos2 days ago

    Spotify Faces Lawsuit Over Gender Discrimination and Equal Pay Violation

    The lawsuit was filed by a former sales executive at Spotify.

  • Former employee sues Spotify, alleging gender discrimination
    CBS News Videos2 days ago

    Former employee sues Spotify, alleging gender discrimination

    The lawsuit by a former employee alleges music streaming service Spotify did not pay women equally, among other claims.