Spotify agrees to $43.45 million fund to settle copyright suits

Spotify agrees to $43.45 million fund to settle copyright suits

Swedish music streaming leader Spotify has agreed to set up a $43.45 million fund to settle a potentially costly pair of US copyright lawsuits from artists, lawyers said.

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No more shelf space

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Broadsheets ready to slim down

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New chairman for Ordfront

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Swedish publisher launches new car mag – for kids

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Metro boss resigns after racist “joke”

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Newspaper circulation

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Astrid Lindgren prize goes to Japan and UK

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Consumer watchdog to sue Metro

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Bonnier profits soar

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Children’s stories banned by Swedish toy chain

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Swedish school book depicting Muhammad withdrawn

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Metro targets profit in 2006

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Swedish technical journal shocks with busty front cover

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Tough US newspaper market makes for big losses at Metro

Swedish publisher blasts Salinger’s ‘ludicrous’ lawsuit

Swedish publisher blasts Salinger’s ‘ludicrous’ lawsuit

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US judge bans Swede’s Salinger ‘sequel’

Swedes pioneer new ‘Spotify for e-books’

Swedes pioneer new ‘Spotify for e-books’

Kinnevik in bid to buy up publisher Metro

Kinnevik in bid to buy up publisher Metro

‘Swedish needs a gender-neutral pronoun’

‘Swedish needs a gender-neutral pronoun’