Weekly Subscription News: Deals, Documents and Digital

Featuring Viacom, CBS, Tesla, DocuSign, McClatchy and Okta

Weekly Subscription News: Deals

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Mergers, strategy, earnings and redesigns are in the subscription headlines this week. With much anticipation, Viacom and CBS complete their $12 billion deal, Stadia Pro adds Tomb Raider and Farming Simulator 19 to the new gaming service, and DocuSigns stock grows when its quarterly earnings report exceeds all estimates and expectations. Also this week, TheStreet undergoes a redesign, McClatchy hopes that going digital will save it from ghost papers, and Tesla starts charging for premium connectivity features.

Viacom and CBS Unite in $12 Billion Deal but Challenges Abound
L.A. Times

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