10 things we learned this week

King's Candy Crushed, Goldman's talent problem, British songsters rule the world.

by Jack Torrance
Credit: Dan Benton/Flickr
Credit: Dan Benton/Flickr

1. Candy Crush maker King Digital Entertainment has been acquired for $18 (£12) per share, some way below the $22.50 it floated at. 

2. Goldman Sachs is no longer the ultra-powerful talent magnet it once was. 

3. One in seven music albums sold globally last year was by a British artist. 

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