Trading hit: Spotify makes its debut on the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

In numbers: Some robots are coming 14 Percentage of jobs that are “highly automatable” (meaning there is said to be a 70 per cent or greater chance (...)

‘Nothing ever happens in a straight line:’ Spotify has debuted on the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Dado Ruvic / Reuters.

Spotify was able to buck the bearish mood for technology stocks on Wall Street by making its unconventional debut on the public market at $165.90 (€13(...)

Spotify had 71 million subscribers at the end of 2017

Spotify’s unusual route to becoming a public company is a test case for other multibillion-dollar tech companies that are looking to sell their shares(...)

Spotify, the world’s biggest selling music streaming service, expects revenue to grow 20-30 percent this year as currency swings slow the pace from 20(...)

Founder and chief executive of Spotify Daniel Ek onstage during Spotify Investor Day in New York city.

Spotify will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on April 3rd, just a week after the company plans to provide its most recent annual financia(...)

The newly-restored Stella Theatre in Rathmines, Dublin, which is part of the Press Up hospitality group.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien  / THE IRISH TIMES

Paddy McKillen Jnr’s Press Up hospitality group is considering a stock market flotation to help finance its breakneck expansion. The company has hired(...)

Press here for the free music buffet: Spotify manifests as a successful example of “freemium”. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Spotify is fascinatingly hard to pin down. Is it an all-powerful industry reshaper or a debt-laden European underdog yet to make any money? Is it a de(...)

Investors have a lot of reasons to avoid Spotify Technology SA, owner of the world’s largest paid music service, when it lists shares on the New York (...)

Wall Street headache: A trader at work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, when the Dow Jones fell more than 1,500 points in intraday trading. Photograph: Spencer Platt/Getty Images

Image of the week: Just a correction? The stock market sell-off has turned January’s exuberant “melt-up” into meltdown, sending photographers hurtlin(...)

The Dow Jones and S&P 500 fluctuated throughout the day. The Dow fell 19.42 to close at  24,893.35 and the S&P 500 fell dropped 13.48 to close at  2,681.66

US markets remained volatile on Wednesday as investors remained nervous in the wake of this week’s stock rout. Irish shares gained €1.3 billion on We(...)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • Next
  • Last »