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Music-streaming service Rhapsody to become Napster

Is Napster still recognizable enough to bring in the subscribers? Rhapsody sure hopes so.

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After Napster was essentially sued out of existence, the brand was sold off. After changing hands a number of times, Napster wound up at the music-streaming service Rhapsody in 2011. After five years of ownership, Rhapsody has decided to rebrand itself as Napster everywhere. Is this a good move?

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