Weekly Subscription News: DTC, Micro-membership and Major Relaunch

Featuring Dropbox, Bustle, NBA, Esquire and Adobe

Weekly Subscription News: DTC

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Disney+ wasnt the only subscription service making headlines this week. Dropbox topped revenue and profit expectations, Bustle eliminated longtime editors and staff to prepare for a major site relaunch, and NBA TV launched its own direct-to-consumer subscription video service. Also this week, Esquire is trying a micro-membership model, RingCentral stock is growing, and Apples CEO is hinting at a major business model change.

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