Here’s all the music industry news you need to know this morning.

The Australian uncovered a leaked confidential document prepared by Facebook that revealed the company had offered advertisers the opportunity to target 6.4 million younger users, some only 14 years old, during moments of psychological vulnerability, such as when they felt “worthless,” “insecure,” “stressed,” “defeated,” “anxious,” and like a “failure.” – via Wired

Ariana Grande suspends world tour – Twitter

BPI, AEG Live and UK Music issue statements on the Manchester attack. – via Billboard

Katy Perry to earn $25 million as ‘American Idol’ judge – via NY Daily News

Ariana Grande has arrived back at her Florida home. – via Mashable

Google has begun using billions of credit-card transaction records to prove that its online ads are prompting people to make purchases – via Washington Post

Amazon is to offer close to 50 live and on-demand streamed TV channels to the UK and Germany as part of its Amazon Prime service. – via TechCrunch

Sian Anderson (BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ and grime ambassador) and Jason Black (aka J2K and co-founder of Crep Protect) have signed a sponsorship deal with Bucks Music Group for the publishing arm of their unique new music company, FLOOR SIXX. – via RotD

Peter Andre Announces ”Greatest Hits” Australian Tour – via Metropolis

Sony Corp CEO Kazuo Hirai Promises Profitability, But Is Short On Specifics – via Billboard

Katy Perry says it’s time for Taylor Swift to end the feud. – via Nova

Ed Sheeran Wrote A Song For Camila Cabello‘s Album Called ‘The Boy’ – via Tigerbeat