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May 31, 2001
* Loudeye Technologies Inc. said it had struck a pact to provide America Online, the Internet unit of AOL Time Warner Inc., with music services. Shares of Loudeye jumped 26 cents, or 24%, to $1.34 in heavy trading on Nasdaq, but are still off about 90% from year-earlier levels. AOL Time Warner closed up 10 cents at $51.10 on the Big Board. * * Online financial news provider MarketWatch.com Inc. said it would cut more than 15% of its work force as part of an effort to cut costs.
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August 9, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Nokia Corp. said it had agreed to buy Seattle-based Loudeye Corp. for about $60 million as the world's No. 1 cellphone maker seeks to grab a larger share of the growing digital mobile music market. Under the deal, Nokia will pay $4.50 for each share of Loudeye, a provider of digital music platforms and digital media distribution services. Finland-based Nokia aims to provide a music download service under its own brand next year. Loudeye shares rose $2.56, or 145%, to $4.33. Nokia's U.S.
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December 13, 2000 | From Reuters
Loudeye Technologies Inc., whose software makes it easier to convert audio and pictures on the Web, Tuesday unveiled a new service to give Web sites and online music retailers access to tens of thousands of song clips. The service, called Loudeye Media Subscription Services, is part of the company's push from simply converting audio and video into Web-ready formats to helping distribute the content over the Internet.
BUSINESS
May 31, 2001
* Loudeye Technologies Inc. said it had struck a pact to provide America Online, the Internet unit of AOL Time Warner Inc., with music services. Shares of Loudeye jumped 26 cents, or 24%, to $1.34 in heavy trading on Nasdaq, but are still off about 90% from year-earlier levels. AOL Time Warner closed up 10 cents at $51.10 on the Big Board. * * Online financial news provider MarketWatch.com Inc. said it would cut more than 15% of its work force as part of an effort to cut costs.
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August 9, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Nokia Corp. said it had agreed to buy Seattle-based Loudeye Corp. for about $60 million as the world's No. 1 cellphone maker seeks to grab a larger share of the growing digital mobile music market. Under the deal, Nokia will pay $4.50 for each share of Loudeye, a provider of digital music platforms and digital media distribution services. Finland-based Nokia aims to provide a music download service under its own brand next year. Loudeye shares rose $2.56, or 145%, to $4.33. Nokia's U.S.
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June 8, 2001 | Reuters
Moving ahead with plans for a new pay service, Napster Inc. hired a former Justice Department lawyer to oversee legal affairs and signed a deal with Loudeye Technologies Inc. to help it identify songs on its new existing court-challenged service.
BUSINESS
April 12, 2001
Lam Research Corp., which makes tools that create circuits on semiconductors, said its fiscal fourth-quarter earnings won't meet forecasts and it will eliminate about 600 jobs, or 15% of its work force, because of slowing sales. The company now expects to post earnings of 15 cents a share. Analysts on average were expecting 21 cents. . . . LSI Logic Corp. said it will close a plant in Colorado that employs about 500 people because of slowing demand.
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December 13, 2000 | From Reuters
Loudeye Technologies Inc., whose software makes it easier to convert audio and pictures on the Web, Tuesday unveiled a new service to give Web sites and online music retailers access to tens of thousands of song clips. The service, called Loudeye Media Subscription Services, is part of the company's push from simply converting audio and video into Web-ready formats to helping distribute the content over the Internet.
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