Peloton says recalls will cost them $165M, Hearst offers buyouts to 600, FuboTV adds 43K subscribers.
Cat and dog lovers have a new magazine for pet care tips, information, resources and information - Paw Print magazine.
WW International, formerly Weight Watchers, reports revenue declines for Q1 2021 but record digital subscriptions.
YouTube has launched a $100 million fund for YouTube Shorts creators.
Though Gannett touts a strong first quarter, the media organization posted decreased revenue and a $142.3 million net loss.
Though it is tough to beat early-pandemic metrics of 2020, The New York Times started the year strong with growth in most categories.
Circle launches beverage subscription, Verizon sells Yahoo and AOL, and Amazon's NFL deal starts a year early.
Piano shares subscription benchmarks, YouTube viewership grows, and NewsGuild urges Tribune shareholders to reject Alden's offer.
After 70 injuries to children and pets and one child death, Peloton voluntarily recalled its Tread+ and Tread treadmills after initially fighting the CPSC on its warning.
Twitter announced they would acquire Scroll, an ad-blocking service that provides a cleaner, more streamlined experience for online readers and publishers.