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US music industry faces slowdown and layoffs as AI content grows

By Reuters
05 February 2024   |   3:03 pm
The 2024 Grammy Awards were a night of glamour and celebration. But for the music business in general, times are getting tougher; we take a closer look. Also in this edition: Facebook faces an ageing user base as the social media giant marks its 20-year anniversary, and Boeing finds new production problems on the 737 MAX.

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