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.
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Business Insider Launches BI Prime Access for Financial News
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