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Weekly Subscription News: Printing, Promising and Paying

Weekly Subscription News: Football, Freebies and Frustration

Razorbacks launch subscription streaming network, JPMorgan buys majority stake in VW payments, Texas passes bill prohibiting social media censorship.
Five on Friday: Teslas, Tacos and Targeting

Five on Friday: Teslas, Tacos and Targeting

Amazon eyes Sunday Night Football, Taco Bell tests taco subscription, and Quora launches Quora+.
Intuit Will Acquire Mailchimp for $12B in Cash and Stock Deal

Intuit to Acquire Mailchimp for $12B in Cash and Stock Deal

Intuit confirmed Monday they are acquiring customer engagement and marketing platform Mailchimp in a $12B deal.

Judge Hands Down Split Decision in Epic Games v. Apple Lawsuit

A federal judge handed down a split decision in the Epic Games vs. Apple lawsuit. Epic Games is appealing.
Google Plans to Appeal €500M French Fine on Merits of Case

Google Plans to Appeal €500M French Fine on Merits of Case

Google plans to appeal a €500 million fine ($591M) imposed by France’s Competition Authority. Google says the fine is disproportionate.
Weekly Subscription News: Printing, Promising and Paying

Weekly Subscription News: Printing, Promising and Paying

Shutterstock buys PicMonkey for $110M, DocuSign raises full year guidance, and Hot Pod will be The Verge's first paid product.
Five on Friday: Monopolies, Music and Microsoft

Five on Friday: Monopolies, Music and Microsoft

The DOJ prepares to sue Google, Microsoft launches a personalized news service, and Hulu to raise prices.
USA TODAY Launches Sports+ Premium Subscriptions

USA TODAY Launches Sports+ Premium Subscriptions

Earlier this week, Gannett-owned USA TODAY announced the launch of its newest premium product, USA TODAY Sports+.
Substack Acquires Subscription-Based Social App Cocoon

Substack Acquires Subscription-Based Social App Cocoon

Substack is acquiring Cocoon, a subscription-based social app. Cocoon will remain independent.
The New York Times Puts Wirecutter Behind Metered Paywall

The New York Times Puts Wirecutter Behind Metered Paywall

The New York Times Co. is putting its Wirecutter product review site behind a metered paywall.

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