In this week’s subscription news headlines, MoviePass hits 1.5 million members, FuboTV adds TV content after partnering with AMC Networks, and Forbes ponders Walmart’s impact on subscription boxes. Also this week, SaaS startup Griddable.io closes an $8 million Series A funding round, Autodesk beats forecasts, and The Athletic raises another $20 million for expansion.
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Autodesk Surges 10 Percent on FYQ4 Beat, Forecasts Lower Tax Rate
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