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Piano Maker Steinway's Debt Problems Grow As Earnings Shrink In Age Of Apple

By Andrew Berlin Apple’s disruption of the music industry has been well-chronicled, from modernizing music composition to facilitating the slow death of terrestrial radio. Some of music’s old guard have adapted better than others, and in that arena, Steinway Musical Instruments wants to come out a survivor. Steinway, founded in 1853 as [...]
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