Trains, music and a wooden buck
in latest Företagshistoria

Företagshistoria is out with its last issue of the year: read about the railroads, music industry and that Christmas wooden buck in Gävle that always burns down.

Sweden came relatively late to the game, but in 1856 the first trains could start rolling. Nora Bergslags Jernvägar was a pioneer in the field. Also in his issue: Learn about how music makers make money when you listen to the radio, as the copyright organization Stim celebrates 100 years. It has worked for music creators’ right to compensation – from the first radio broadcasts to today’s streaming. And since it is Christmas, we take a closer look at the history of the legendary Gävlebock.

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