M. C.
October 2007
Red Herring;10/7/2007, Vol. 4 Issue 29, p58
Trade Publication
This article focuses on Seattle, Washington-based iLike, a technology company included in "Red Herring's" top 100 list for 2007. Ali Partovi is the chief executive officer (CEO) of the company, which has 20 employees. Its key investors are Khosla Ventures, Bob Pittman and Ticketmaster. iLike, which owns GarageBand.com, is a social music discovery service aimed at fans of independent music, allowing them to upload original material, share their recommendations, listen to and buy songs, and hear about the latest concert tickets from Ticketmaster. iLike competes with Pandora and Finetune in a global digital music market that's expected to reach $14.9 billion by 2010, according to iSuppli.


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