Weekly Subscription News: Petco, Publishers and Profits

Featuring Whole Foods, Google, Drip, Twitter and Cisco

In this week's subscription news, more than 100 Whole Foods stores have started selling Amazon devices, Business Insider launches BI Prime Access for financial news via subscription, Petco acquires PupBox, a subscription box featured on Shark Tank, and Kickstarter's Drip gives Patreon a run for its money with subscription crowdfunding. Also this week, Twitter launches a cheaper subscription option, Business Insider launches a prime subscription for financial news, and Google defends itself against claims that it is hogging ad space.

You Can Now Get Whiskey by Subscription in a Capri Sun-Style Pouch
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Amazon Devices Now Sold at Over 100 Whole Foods Stores
TechCrunch

Google Denies Hogging Advertising Space at Publisher's Expense
The Drum

Business Insider Launches BI Prime Access for Financial News
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Petco Acquires PupBox, a Subscription Company Featured on Shark Tank
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Kickstarter's Drip Takes on Patreon with Subscription Crowdfunding
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