A retired NBA player buys Ebony magazine, WaPo says Google is hurting local news, and a Chicago eatery launches gelato pint subscriptions.
This year's top subscription stories include major acquisitions, antitrust concerns, lots of layoffs, an abundance of launches and more.
Developer Epic Games is launching a Fortnite Crew game subscription. For $11.99 a month, Fortnite Crew members get extras and exclusives.
PayPal customers can use platform to raise 20K, BuzzFeed will buy HuffPost, and Kahoot is launching an educational game subscription service.
Apple announced that the company is reducing its App Store commission from 30% to 15% for small businesses earning less than $1M per year.
Planet Fitness announces a digital-only subscription, Epic Games considers subscriptions, and Experian to include subscription payments in credit scores.
Last week, Amazon posted its third quarter financial results, including net sales of $96.1 billion, a 37% increase year-over-year.
The FCC officially repeals net neutrality, YouTube launches "Shorts," a rival to TikTok, and Netflix is testing an audio-only mode.
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In its Q1 FY21 earnings release, Microsoft reported total revenue of $37.2B, a 12% increase and net income of $15.9B, a 25% increase.