The idea of selling monthly subscriptions to a vast catalog of online music has met with only limited success. That isn't stopping a new batch of entrepreneurs from trying to make it work, The New York Times reports. The latest and perhaps most surprising entrants to the field are the European entrepreneurs Niklas Zennstrom and Janus Friis. In 2001, they created and financed Kazaa, one of the original peer-to-peer file-sharing services that hurt the music industry. The two have created and financed a secretive start-up called Rdio, with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco. Rdio and similar start-ups are...

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