OK Go band members Damian Kulash and Tim Nordwind on the band, why they use YouTube for sharing their music videos and how they make money.
Delectable founder Alex Fishman discusses creating an expert wine app.
Harman CEO Dinesh Paliwal says the company is first to test new software to protect automobiles against cyber threats.
Bob Rice of Tangent Capital Partners breaks down the basics of the music royalty business and how to invest.
Revolt TV CEO Keith Clinkscales on Apple’s deal with Dr. Dre.
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Foundation CEO Joel Peresman breaks down what an induction means for a rocker’s legacy and bottom line.
Wall Street Journal tech reporter Shira Ovide, HD Tracks co-founder David Chesky, and Billboard’s deputy editor Yinka Adegoke on the Apple, Beats deal.
Charlie Gasparino, Tracy Byrnes and Jack Hough on whether CEOs deserve such high pay.
MRY CEO Matt Britton on the NFL’s TV deals and the impact of going digital.
In the After Hours show, Kennedy, Matt Welch and Kmele Foster discuss music with musician Walter Schreifels.
Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, GrubHub’s IPO and Vevo’s partnership with Twitter.
Patent Properties executive chairman Jay Walker breaks down the importance of patents to the economy.
Pandora Media Inc. shares remained down by more than 8%, at $31.16, in afternoon trading Monday. The cause of the Internet radio company's decline was seen as an art...
Pandora CFO Mike Herring talks business in the Internet- music industry .
WSJ celebrity business reporter Lee Hawkins on Yanni’s successful music and business strategy.
Surf Air CEO Jeff Potter on the rapid growth of the members-only luxury airline.
The Independents, FOX News contributor Julie Roginsky and The Daily Beast columnist Michael Moynihan discuss various bands and plagiarism within the music industry .
Taser International CEO Rick Smith on how the company’s wearable camera technology works.
The Hollywood and Vine panel weighs in on ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,’ Rosie O’Donnell and Garth Brooks.
Wall Street Journal tech reporter Shira Ovide on the importance of tech meeting music.