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How a company handles privacy is becoming increasingly important to its wider reputation. This Future Perspectives report from The Futures Company explores how ideas of privacy have changed in different parts of the world and the influence of new technologies on its evolution.

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This paper provides an overview of the digital audio entertainment industry, primarily in the United States, including services that allow consumers to download individual songs or entire albums, as well as portable media players.

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The article argues that younger music fans are now, unlike their parents, happy to see close associations between brands and the artists they love.

Case Study

The Commonwealth Bank launched their Debit MasterCard in October 2008 — a mature, parity product competitors had been offering for years.

Case Study

Launched in 1999, learndirect's remit from the government was to improve the "employability" level of adults in the UK, with a specific focus on targeting those adults who have few (or no) qualifications, and are seeking work or looking to improve their current situation.

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Digital downloading has changed the music market. Digital music sales revenues in 2007 were 40% higher than 2006, at $2.9 billion, and online also enables artists to communicate directly with their fans, providing a very effective marketing channel.

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GUTERSLOH, Germany: European media giant Bertelsmann has inked a deal to sell its 50% stake in music company Sony BMG .

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GUTERSLOH, Germany: Media giant Bertelsmann has inked a deal to sell its struggling North American mail order books and music businesses to private investment group Najafi .

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GUTERSLOH, Germany: Media mammoth Bertelsmann is mulling the sale of its 50% stake in music company Sony BMG, jointly-owned with the Japanese electronics giant.

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GÜTERSLOH, Germany: Privately-held German media mammoth Bertelsmann is reeling after massive impairment charges transformed its 2007 bottom line into a down-bound rollercoaster.

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NEW YORK: Music publishing giant Sony BMG has inked a deal with leading London-based online music database firm Ricall to allow advertisers and computer games makers access to its back catalogue.

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Youth culture is changing, and so is the way that youth communicates. This paper will demonstrate how to gain insight from perhaps the most challenging target audience, and probably the most influential consumer group there is.

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WASHINGTON, DC: The Federal Trade Commission this week extracted a $4 million (€3.09m; £2.04m) settlement from Sony BMG Music Entertainment for selling music CDs with covert inbuilt anti-piracy software that damaged buyers' computers when they ...

Case Study

This 2005-06 campaign to launch the Sony Bravia LCD TV set out to target digital influencers, who would then in turn influence more mainstream consumers.

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PARIS: French media and telecoms conglomerate Vivendi Universal has reported a 10.9% rise in adjusted net income for the first half of the year.

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BRUSSELS: They have shaken hands, but German media giant Bertelsmann and French conglomerate Vivendi may have to run the gauntlet of competitors and regulators before they can ink their €1.63 billion ($2.09bn; £1.1bn) deal over BMG Music Publishing ...

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GUTERSLOH, Germany: Media giant Bertelsmann says it has accepted a €1.63 billion ($2.09bn; £1.1bn) bid from Universal Music for its BMG music publishing arm.

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GUTERSLOH, Germany: European media conglomerate Bertelsmann is believed to have received at least four bids for its music publishing arm BMG .

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NEW YORK: Universal Music, a unit of French-owned Vivendi Universal, is backing a new advertising supported download service which lets consumers access music for free and will challenge the dominance of Apple Computers' hugely successful but ...

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Warner Music Group and EMI are again in the throes of a takeover battle. The latter, whose artistes include Kylie Minogue and Coldplay, this week rejected a £2.5 billion ($4.54bn; €3.61bn) offer from US-based Warner, for which it had already made ...

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New York attorney general Eliot Sptizer's clampdown on music companies paying for radio airplay has claimed another scalp in the form of the giant EMI Group .

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Bertelsmann, Europe's largest media group, revealed Friday it plans to sell its wholly owned subsidiary BMG Music Publishing - not to be confused with Sony BMG in which the German giant holds a 50% stake.

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In a move that underscores its determination to remain a privately held family business, Europe's largest media company Bertelsmann is preparing to buy a 25% stake currently held by a minority investor.

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Europe's largest media group Bertelsmann is reported to be selling off its 50% stake in music company Sony BMG as it tries to avoid a public listing [WAMN: 24-Mar-06].

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Europe's largest media group Bertelsmann is still mulling the implications of a possible flotation next year.