Apple music publisher to buy genevox and Genevox Music for $13.5 billion

Apple Music has been bought by Genevux and Apple Music will merge with Genevax.

The merger is expected to close by the end of the year, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Genevox, founded in 2010, is an online music streaming service with over 150 million subscribers, including Apple Music.

Apple Music has also been buying smaller music publishers such as Mute and Spotify, as well as online video services like YouTube and YouTube Music.

Apple Music had been owned by Apple since 2015, and is now owned by Alphabet, a company founded by Google’s founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page.

Geneva, GermanyThe merger was announced by Geneva-based music publishing company Genevx on Monday.

Genevx is an independent music publisher with over 500,000 members.

It is currently owned by a group of German investors.

The news comes as Apple Music is battling with Spotify and YouTube for its position in the music market.

Spotify has struggled to keep up with Apple Music and has been struggling to stay ahead of Google’s own Music streaming service.

Google and Spotify are also vying for the digital music market with music subscription services like Pandora.

Apple’s Music subscription service, which was launched in the summer of 2015, has attracted more than 20 million paying subscribers.