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Slacker CEO Jim Cady talks streaming music business
Slacker CEO Jim Cady talks streaming music business

With the recent launches of Apple Inc.’s iTunes Radio and Google Play Music All Access, there’s no shortage of options for people who want personalized digital music on demand. Slacker Inc., which launched its first radio service in 2007, relaunched earlier this year to capture some of the Internet music market. As the name suggests, the company tries to appeal to a more laid-back listener with its pre-programmed stations and computerized radio offering.   Jim Cady, Slacker's chief executive, may not be the biggest name in the streaming music business, but his San Diego company, which has about 90 employees, is growing. What’s more, he said, it’s...

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