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

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

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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