By Chris BardenCNNMoney – 2 months agoThe news was good, the deals were good, but the deal that sent the stock up was yet another big-ticket deal.

And that one was the acquisition of a music and entertainment company from a large, well-known music company that is one of the largest and most profitable companies in the world.

The deal is a huge win for investors.

Syco has been building a business for more than 20 years and it is one that has grown and grown at an astounding pace.

This deal is the culmination of the investment by a group of investors that included the hedge fund manager Michael Moritz, who is the former CEO of Sequoia Capital.

The combined company has revenues of more than $100 billion, and Syco’s revenue is more than twice that of Spotify, which it bought in 2012.

This is Syco Music’s fourth acquisition of music and film assets, and it represents the company’s largest acquisition in history.

It’s a big one.

The Syco deal is also the latest sign of a shift in the way the music industry is being organized.

It is now largely a digital service business.

Spotify, for instance, has more than one billion users around the world, and that figure is growing at an average of 2.5 percent per year.

The new Syco is the most powerful music company in the business, and the company is betting that it can compete with Spotify and other streaming services.

It is the first time a music company has made a major investment in a music business in the United States, and as a result, Syco now has one of America’s largest music businesses.

And the deal was announced in the first days of the U.S. stock market.

The music companies are expected to share more details on the deal in the coming weeks.

This deal is significant because it is the largest investment by Syco and is a testament to the growing power of the music business.

But it is also a sign that the music companies have finally caught up with the music that consumers have become so accustomed to.

The majority of music consumption is still consumed on physical media.

That’s the way it used to be.

The digital music business is changing that.

And it is creating a new business model.

As a music industry company, Sycom has long had a strong presence in the music world.

It owns a number of music labels, including Warner Music Group, Warner Music Canada, Sony Music Entertainment and Universal Music Group.

In 2012, it made $6 billion in revenue and had more than 1.1 million employees.

That made Syco a leader in the global music industry.

In recent years, however, music has been changing in a number different ways.

Digital distribution is gaining traction, and music services like Spotify have taken over more and more of the business.

And with that came a shift toward a digital-only business model, as well as a shift away from physical media distribution.

That shift, in turn, has led to the rise of streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify.

And now, as the music services have taken off, they are starting to be more focused on the digital side of the entertainment business.

In the past year, Spotify has added more than 6 million subscribers and Apple Music has added nearly 1.2 million subscribers.

That is more users than both of these companies combined.

But for a long time, Syconos music business has been centered on the physical music business, which has had a large influence on the company.

Sycom had the biggest physical music catalog in the history of the company, and many of the albums on that catalog were bought by other labels.

That catalog was not only valuable for the labels, but also for the companies that owned the albums.

And there was no way for the artists to get royalties on those sales, and they were mostly for free.

This business model has been disrupted by streaming services and digital distribution, which means that many of these artists are now going to have to pay royalties on the sale of the album itself.

So there’s a new dynamic at play here, and a new need for a new model of music business that’s different from the old model.

For decades, music was made in small studios and offices.

Music was recorded and distributed on small, expensive, very expensive gear.

This was the way that the labels were making money.

And when the Internet came along, the ability to access music and the way in which it was being recorded changed everything.

With the internet and all the streaming services, music is now available to anyone.

The music business today is more digital than it has ever been before.

Streaming services and music streaming services have changed the business model of the physical business.

The other reason why the music businesses have had to adapt to this new model is that they are getting bigger, and their businesses are becoming bigger.

Spotify and Apple have done this