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.
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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.
Square Launches ‘Invoices Plus’ Paid Subscriptions

Square Launches ‘Invoices Plus’ Paid Subscriptions

Payment solutions provider Square is expanding its payment options to include Invoices Plus, a paid subscription offering.
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Weekly Subscription News: Branding, Betting and Testing

Twitter to monetize Clubhouse clone 'Spaces'; Apple will cut commissions to attract more publishers; ESPN looks to license brand for $3B as sports betting grows.
Peloton Reports Slowing Revenue Growth and Large Net Loss in Q4 FY21

Peloton Reports Slowing Revenue Growth and Large Net Loss in Q4 FY21

Peloton concluded its fiscal year 2021 with slowing revenue growth and a net loss of $(313.2) million or $(1.05) per diluted share.
Amazon and Affirm partner to offer buy-now-pay-later payment solution

Amazon Partners with Affirm to Offer Buy-Now-Pay-Later Option

Amazon and Affirm announced they are partnering to offer buy-now-pay-later payment options to select shoppers on purchases over $50.
Apple Agrees to Major Updates to App Store

Apple Agrees to Make Major Updates to App Store Policies to Settle Class-Action Lawsuit

Apple has agreed to make major updates to App Store policies to settle a class-action lawsuit with U.S. developers.
Salesforce to launch business streaming service 'Salesforce+'

Salesforce to Launch Business Streaming Service ‘Salesforce+’

Streaming isn't just for entertainment. In conjunction with its Dreamforce conference, Salesforce is launching Salesforce+ for business content.
Zoom Settles Class-Action Privacy Lawsuit for $85 Million

Zoom Settles Class Action Privacy Lawsuit for $85 Million

Video conferencing platform Zoom settled a class action privacy lawsuit for $85 million. Zoom admits no wrongdoing.
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Weekly Subscription News: Tests, Teams and Times

YouTube tests 'Premium Lite' subscription for cheaper ad-free viewing, Walmart offers subscriptions through Adobe partnership, The Guardian plans to hit 2M subscribers by 2022.

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