As quarantine fatigue sets in, COVID-19 continues to have a big impact on subscription businesses. In this week’s subscription news, Tesla delays the release of its semi to 2021, The Skimm cuts 20% of staff, and Comcast struggles with the loss of revenue from theme parks, movies and sports. Also this week, Salesforce announces it will offer new tools to help businesses safely return to work, Gannett stonewalls elections for three newspaper unions, and a local ownership group makes a play to buy The Baltimore Sun from Tribune Publishing.
Tesla Full Self-Driving to Move to Subscription Model This Year, Semi Delayed
The Skimm Cuts 20% of Staff Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
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Smart Home Hub Company Wink Moves to a Subscription Plan
Gannett Has Been Stonewalling Elections for Three Newspaper Unions
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