Pandora's Tim Westergren: The Man Who Remade How You Hear Music
The founder of the personal radio giant talks start-up strategy, innovation and disruption with Inc.'s Scott Gerber
The founder of the custom radio site on where the idea came from--and how he kept it alive through its rocky launch
Pandora's founder describes the seismic changes ahead for the music industry
Pandora's founder: "If you can't figure out mobile, you've got problems."
Tim Westergren talks about strategies that will turn your best customers into passionate evangelists for your brand.
Pandora founder Tim Westergren talks about why unhappy customers are actually the most helpful, and how to turn them into your biggest supporters.
The music-streaming site founder says differentiating his business comes down to one simple mantra: It's the playlist, stupid.
When you're just starting up, it's important to put the right framework in place for collecting information on your customers. Here's how the founder of Pandora does it.
The co-founder of Pandora says Washington is a bare-knuckle place but very accessible to those willing to go door-to-door on Capital Hill.
Pandora has no plans to grow subscription-based users because it goes against the company's mission.
The Internet radio pioneer once thought his product needed a bunch of bells and whistles. He was wrong.
Pandora's founder on solo entrepreneurship, the art of public speaking, and his favorite band.