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Posted October 07, 2018 06:38:37A couple of weeks ago, the stock of electronic music-streaming services like Spotify and Rdio plummeted.

But what if it wasn’t music?

What if it was the next big thing?

Technology companies are trying to figure that out.

Dubbed the “innovation economy,” the new world is expected to be made up of hundreds of companies competing for a slice of consumers’ money.

But unlike many other sectors, there’s no clear set of rules for who should have access to the profits.

It’s also not clear how the new economy will operate beyond the next few years, as startups and investors struggle to make sense of the new technologies that are expected to disrupt their business models and potentially threaten their livelihoods.

The tech industry is already undergoing a major shakeup, as major companies such as Google and Facebook are trying hard to reinvent themselves as disruptive forces.

Now, a major new industry is also starting to emerge.

The industry is known as the music streaming services, and the industry is expected grow to $1.7 trillion in 2018 from $1 trillion in 2019.

According to a recent report from the McKinsey Global Institute, the industry will grow to 8.5 percent of the global economy in 2018, compared to 6.7 percent in 2020.

The music industry is one of the fastest-growing sectors, with companies like Spotify, Rdio, Pandora and other music services taking a slice out of the $1-trillion music industry.

And while the industry has been hit hard by technological change and the decline of traditional retail, the music industry has shown an incredible resilience, said John McAfee, CEO of McAfee Security and the former CEO of cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks.

McAfee said the music companies are still making money, and are still growing in revenue and market share.

But he said the industry may not be able to continue to make money for many years.

“The music business is in very good shape,” McAfee said.

The other issue is, there are going to be so many companies that have been working on this thing for a very long time, and will be competing for the same consumers. “

For example, we think that the streaming services could go away, and that will have a profound effect on the music business, he said.

The other issue is, there are going to be so many companies that have been working on this thing for a very long time, and will be competing for the same consumers.

It might take years, or it might take decades.

There are going for a big payday in the coming years.

If this technology is going to become the dominant way of getting music, and not a secondary way, then that is going the wrong way.

There is going be a lot of competition.

It’s a big industry.

We are the largest.

And we are going places where they are going in other industries, McAfee added.

The Music Business, a term that’s been coined to describe how the music world is evolving, is being called the “Internet of Things” and the “internet of everything.”

McAfee and his colleagues at McAfee also pointed out that the industry isn’t going to go away any time soon, and it will continue to evolve.

For example: the Internet of Things is a massive, interconnected set of interconnected sensors, computers, and software that can help track people, cars, and other objects in a complex urban environment.

McAfee’s research found that the devices are getting smarter, and they’re becoming more connected to each other and with each other’s data.

In the coming months, more than 30,000 companies are expected have announced plans to enter the industry.

Companies will be expected to use new technologies, such as Bluetooth and the Internet, to connect to other devices, such an apartment complex or a supermarket, and collect data on them.

McLarens researchers, however, think the music market is likely to remain niche.

He said he’s seen a lot more interest from major players like Spotify in how they can use music as an advertising tool.

And it’s important to keep in mind that it’s just the music services that will start taking the pie away from the retailers.

For example, the big record labels like Sony are investing billions in streaming services like Rdio and Pandora, and those services may be able a lot to compete with streaming services such as Spotify and Pandora.

McNaysays research also suggests that the music-service sector may also be on the cusp of becoming an industry that will drive up prices.

The traditional music industry already has been disrupted by digital music.

The streaming service industry has a lot going for it.

And for example, there is a lot that is new in the digital music world.

But we don’t see that driving up prices in the traditional music sector,” McNays said.

McMays, who previously headed up technology for the United Nations, said the entertainment industry is facing a