Weekly Subscription News: Data Breach, Botched Promo and Blue Apron

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Weekly Subscription News: Data Breach

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In this week’s subscription news, The New York Times botches a promo, giving away a Google home for $17 but subscribers could quit after receiving it. Also this week, Roku offers new TV sets that combine streaming TV with linear TV, Equifax’s CEO ‘retires’ after the company’s massive data breach, and Uber’s new CEO apologizes after the company loses its license in London. Also this week, we share stories about Blue Apron, Facebook, Google, YouTube and the Chernin Group.

Botched New York Times Promo Gave Away a Google Home for $17
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