Yesterday Twitter announced their acquisition of Revue, a tool that helps writers and creators monetize content through paid newsletters.
Biotech mogul says papers need govt. aid, Tripadvisor seeks credit card partners, Ericsson launches subscription service for remote offices.
In the first week of June, HBO Max will launch its ad-supported tier at $9.99 a month, a 33% savings over the ad-free tier.
Personal transportation startup Revel announced it is offering electric bike subscriptions in New York as well as EV charging Superhubs.
BMW is terminating its Access by BMW car subscription service at the end of the month. Audi is also terminating its Audi Select service.
In a move reminiscent of MoviePass, publishing platform Medium pivots its business model again, resulting in layoffs and leadership changes.
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Zoom will remove time limits on Thanksgiving, TikTok gets a temporary reprieve, and Squarespace adds new monetization options.
Red Hat users can now expand their learning through a new offering, Red Hat Learning Subscription Premium.
DC Comics extends digital magazine to print; Twitter opens applications to test new content subscription features; and CNN to sell NFTs.