It's been less than two years since Roxio snapped up Napster's assets. While they've been doing their best to divert student fees at universities to Napster, overall the offering has struggled. Still, it apparently appears like a better bet than Roxio's boring old consumer software division, so they've decided to get out of that business entirely, rename themselves Napster, and focus on losing money to the RIAA on every sale.
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