In 2016, personalized Internet radio alone won’t cut it. Here’s how Pandora hopes to maneuver its way to profitability.
For somebody who just got off of a red-eye flight across the country at six this morning, Tim Westergren seems strangely energized. Perhaps it’s adrenaline. But it would be hard to blame him if there was a shred of terror in there, too. Two days earlier, Westergren had suddenly found himself with a new job: chief executive of Pandora, the Internet radio company he cofounded 16 years ago.