The New Rules of Selling Music (There Are None)

July 4 (Bloomberg) -- Jay-Z's album Magna Carta becomes available to one million Samsung users for free today, ahead of the official release. Samsung reportedly paid $5 per download (earning Jay-Z $5 million), and it comes the day after Apple announced a content deal with Time Warner for its Apple TV. Bloomberg News takes a look at who's winning the war for content. (Source: Bloomberg)

Michael Zezas Says Disruptive Tax Reform Now Likely
27:11 - Michael Zezas, U.S. public policy strategist at Morgan Stanley, examines the prospects of the U.S. government achieving tax reform following the failure of the American Health Care Act. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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