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.
Skift, a business intelligence company for the travel industry, adopts a subscription-first strategy to get it through the pandemic and beyond.
ESPN is laying off 300 people, or 6% of workforce, as parent Disney focuses on its direct-to-consumer streaming video subscription services.
Planet Fitness announces a digital-only subscription, Epic Games considers subscriptions, and Experian to include subscription payments in credit scores.
Nestlé is acquiring meal subscription service Freshly for $950 M with the potential for an additional payout of $550 M based on growth.
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