Jimmy Iovine says finding music is difficult for some women

Article Image Apple Music exec Jimmy Iovine is getting flak for supposedly sexist comments made during a interview on Thursday, where he said a recent ad series was made because finding music is difficult for “some women.”

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Google Doodle honors actress, inventor Hedy Lamarr

She was a glamorous Hollywood actress who romanced Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy and Jimmy Stewart onscreen and was hailed as “the world’s most beautiful woman.”


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Jimmy Iovine rails against 'freemium' price model, says most tech companies are 'culturally inept'

Article Image At the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit on Wednesday, Apple executive Jimmy Iovine said free-to-stream and so-called “freemium” pricing models are killing the music industry, saying tech companies that offer such services are profiting on the backs of artists.

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Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales launches charitable social network, phone service

Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales thinks there’s “something really wrong with the web” and, as he wrote in a recent online “manifesto,” he wants “your help in fixing it.” For Wales, most social media networks treat users as commodities that can “be sold to advertisers,” while phone companies “spend huge amounts of money on” ads to sell users “what is essentially a commodity service.” Enter The People’s Operator. On Tuesday, Wales launched TPO, a charitable social network and phone service in the U.S.

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Monster's lawsuit against Beats recalls long relationship with Steve Jobs, Apple

The ongoing legal tussle between Monster and Beats?–?over the way in which Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre assumed control of the company in the run-up to its acquisition by Apple –?has focused the spotlight on the many ways the two music moguls worked with Apple and late cofounder Steve Jobs over the years.



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Scattershot legal blast from Beats 'cofounder' Steven Lamar reveals Apple is common thread in firm's history

In leveling claims against Beats, Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine and others over royalties, contract issues and similar breaches, former hedge-fund manager and founder of Jibe Audio Steven Lamar reveals a number of ways in which Apple was involved in the beginnings of the headphone maker.



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Apple reportedly nearing $3.2B acquisition of Beats Electronics

In a somewhat surprising move, Apple is rumored to be in talks with Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre’s Beats Electronics that could see the audio accessories and music streaming service acquired for $3.2 billion.



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