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Apple's new music streaming service could revive the recording industry

Apple's new music streaming service could revive the recording industry

Apple Inc. is poised to unveil what analysts and record label executives hope will be a game-changer in the way consumers listen to music. Taking on the likes of Spotify and Pandora, the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant is expected to announce a $10-a-month streaming service and revamped Internet radio feature at its developer conference in San Francisco on Monday. The music service would come 12 years after Apple revolutionized the music business with the iTunes store and started charging 99 cents a song. Then-Chief Executive Steve Jobs called that development "groundbreaking," and Apple eventually became the biggest music retailer in the country. "Subscriptions are the...

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