Weekly Subscription News: Stripe, Slack and Switch Online

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Weekly Subscription News: Stripe

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If youre looking for a break from politics, youre in the right place. Weve got plenty of interesting subscription headlines to share, including: Slack files for an IPO, revealing $400 million in revenue and $139 million in losses, AT&T’s DirecTV Now loses 83,000 subscribers, and Brave launches its own ads that pay users a 70% cut. Also, this week, Stripe launches in Europe for subscription and SaaS payments, Switch Online hits 9.8 million subscribers, and Apple is looking to expand its Apple News staff.

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