Peters music is a Dutch company that was founded by brothers Jeroen and Lars Peters in 2008.
They own a company called Visseria, which is an electronic music producer.
The company was acquired by Spotify in 2016.
Peters also owns a music label called Peters Media, which was founded in 2014.
It has over 3 million subscribers.
The music business was in trouble, however, and Peters started to invest heavily in the music industry.
In 2015, the Peters company sold a 20 percent stake in a record label called Music by Catfish and the crew to record label Universal Music Group.
The music business is now the largest player in the Dutch music industry with over 10 million subscribers and a $1 billion valuation.
Petros shares jumped from $1.13 to $1,280.
The price of Peters shares jumped again from $2.65 to $3.65.
The Peters media company was founded with the goal of making it easier for artists to make their music available.
It is also a publishing company, with a total of 12 million subscribers that is able to sell music directly to consumers.
The company has a focus on promoting music through its Peters magazine, which publishes new music in Dutch and abroad.
The publishing company is in talks with some major music labels, which include Warner Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment, and Sony Music, about licensing music to other artists.
It could also sell music to the big record labels like Universal and Sony, which are currently in negotiations with other record labels.
This is the second time Peters has announced a sale of a piece of its company.
In November 2016, the company announced a $500 million purchase of Swedish music publisher BMG, which also owns the BMG label.
The future of Petes music business could be uncertain, however.
Petes has been struggling financially recently, with revenue down nearly 70 percent year over year.
The Peters team has been looking for ways to get back into the music business.
The two brothers have been experimenting with new business ideas, such as a music publishing company.