Five on Friday: Subscription Dental, Deals and Deceptive Practices

Featuring PYMTS, CNBC, Quip, Google News and YouTube

We hope you had a great Thanksgiving weekend! In this weeks Five on Friday, PYMTS reports that consumers are fighting "subscription friction" as retailers like Adore Me use deceptive practices to sign up subscribers, CNBC explores how media outlets are getting people to pay for news, Quip raises another $40 billion for subscription dental services, Google considers shutting down Google News in the EU to avoid being taxed on links and, as YouTube waffles on whether or not it should have subscriptions, it offers student deals on YouTube and YouTube Music.
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