PayPal customers can use platform to raise 20K, BuzzFeed will buy HuffPost, and Kahoot is launching an educational game subscription service.
Gumroad launches monthly memberships, developers can now use subscription codes in their apps on Apple, and YouTube launches audio ads.
GlobalComix launches a digital comics subscription and SuperFan program to support creators of indie comics, graphic novels and manga.
Apple announced that the company is reducing its App Store commission from 30% to 15% for small businesses earning less than $1M per year.
Ecommerce giant Amazon announced the launch of Amazon Pharmacy for home delivery of prescriptions as well as a prescription savings program.
Amazon sells prescription drugs with 2-day delivery, Michigan Lottery sells Powerball subscriptions, and Target stops its subscription plan.
Zoom will remove time limits on Thanksgiving, TikTok gets a temporary reprieve, and Squarespace adds new monetization options.
Two years after buying business news site Quartz, Japanese firm Uzabase has sold Quartz to its co-founder and CEO Zach Seward.
AMC Theatres reported total revenue of $119.5M in the third quarter of 2020, a 91% decrease, due primarily to COVID-related theatre closures.
Disney-owned Hulu is raising rates for their Hulu + Live TV package by $10 a month bringing the cost to $64.99, an 18% increase.