Weekly Subscription News: Nintendo, Negotiation and Nordstrom

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Weekly Subscription News: Nintendo

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In this weeks subscription headlines, Congress asks Facebook to press pause on its decision to create cryptocurrency, Nintendo Switch Online reveals it has grown to 10 million subscribers, and Amazon offers new customer pick-up locations at 100 Rite-Aid stores across the country. Also this week, subscribers feel like theyve been taken hostage by DirecTV and AT&T, Nordstrom teams up with Rent the Runway, and Google and the Associated Press are working on a tool to share more local news faster.

Nintendo Switch Online Now Has 10 Million Subscribers

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