Google plans to appeal a €500 million fine ($591M) imposed by France’s Competition Authority. Google says the fine is disproportionate.
Gray TV upped its bid to buy Meredith's broadcast TV business from $2.7 billion to $2.825 billion when a competitor offered an unsolicited bid.
On Wednesday, Apple announced it will sweeten the deal for developers and subscription companies by changing its fee structure, reports The Verge. The announcement comes less than a week before Apple's 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco where such news is typically revealed. App developers and subscription companies will still have to pay Apple 30 percent of monthly fees received from subscribers for in-app purchases for the first year, but after that, the fee drops to 15 percent.
Meredith's SHAPE magazine adds a new revenue stream with the summer edition of its Beauty Lab Box.
This is an article sponsored by Vindicia Offering free trials can be a successful acquisition strategy for subscription businesses. However,...
In this Marketing Sample, we look at a "save attempt' email from Netflix. Netflix's homepage is designed to be one big conversion funnel for its free trial (with credit card). But still, some visitors abandon the form. To save those lost subscribers, Netflix quickly issues a save attempt email.
Disney+ will launch ad-free bundle, Apple & Facebook trade barbs over business models, & Sports Illustrated will put up paywall for premium content.
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Facebook won't take a cut of creator revenue till 2023; Google fights back against antitrust allegations; and Pres. Biden reverses TikTok and WeChat bans.
The FTC just filed a suit against 59 corporations and three individuals for violating the FTC Act and the Restore Online Shoppers Confidence Act (ROSCA) for deceptively selling products on 87 websites through free trials that converted to recurring charges on consumers credit cards. Lisa B. Dubrow, Esq, partner at Dubrow & Bhonslay and Subscription Insider Guide to Regulation and Compliance, explains.