Rhapsody has always been music streaming's quiet competitor. They were among the first to the party, but have since have avoided splashy moves - no big ad campaigns or free music listening. Instead, they forged telecom partnerships both in the US and overseas, and continued to improve their offering. With more than 2 million subscribers and no revenue draining free tier, Rhapsody and their international brand Napster's slow and steady strategy apparently is working well enough that it was time to bring in a CEO. The company has been without a CEO since a 2013 executive shake up. Yesterday, Rhapsody...

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