Happy May, Subscription Insiders! We are ready to kick off
another month of (semi)quarantine with subscription news from The New York
Times who is replacing its sports and travel sections with a home section, two
black women entrepreneurs launch a plant subscription to promote self-care, and
TrueCar offers to help its dealer partners. In other subscription news, My
Inspired Studio creates new art subscription boxes, antitrust lawmakers wonder
if Amazon lied to Congress, and Google will soon require all advertisers to
verify their identities.
The New York Times Will Pause Printing of Sports and Travel Sections
New Art Subscription Boxes from My Inspired Studio
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