Weekly Subscription News: Samsung, iTunes and The Economist

Featuring CBS, Amazon Go, HubSpot, Microsoft and Kroger

Weekly Subscription News: Samsung

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In this week’s subscription headlines, we’ve got everything from A to Z, including Amazon, Apple, Susan Zirinsky and Mark Zuckerberg. CBS has named Susan Zirinsky as its next president, the first woman to lead the division. Also, Samsung signs a deal with Apple to bring iTunes-purchased content to its Smart TVs; Kroger and Microsoft partner on retail-as-a-service platform; and media experts are calling for Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg to resign amid controversy.

Susan Zirinsky Will Be Next CBS President, the First Woman to Lead the Division
Los Angeles Times

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Samsung Signs Deal with Apple to Bring iTunes Content to Its Smart TVs

Amazon’s Cashierless Go Stores Could be a $4B Business by 2021

The Economist Runs First TV Brand Ad in Over a Decade
Media Post

HubSpot Ventures to Strategically Fund Friendly Startups

Kroger and Microsoft Partner on Retail-as-a-Service Platform
Supermarket News

Netflix Climbs After Streaming Service Wins 5 Golden Globes

Media Experts Call for Zuckerberg to Resign
The Guardian