On the heels of second quarter financials, many subscription companies are also reporting what’s next for them. Time Inc., for example, is laying off staff, amidst a big reorganization, Vessel is poised to go under, Birchbox is raising money, and AOL Advertising takes a good, hard look at monetizing in a modern era led largely by mobile and video.
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