Shazam chief aims to drive revenues into 'hundreds of millions' ahead of IPO

Shazam chief aims to drive revenues into 'hundreds of millions' ahead of IPO

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New Ex-Yahoo executive Rich Riley says service plans to capitalise on its 60 million monthly users as it lines up stock market listingThe new chief executive of music identification service Shazam has said he was hired to help drive annual revenues into the "hundreds of millions of dollars", in order to...
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