Fritz, Ben
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/30/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 67, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that researchers at Harvard Business School and the University of North Carolina have completed a direct study on the impact of filesharing on compact disc sales. Effects of illegal downloads on sales; Prevalence of piracy; Consideration of the launching of digital music stores such as iTunes.


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