A pair of wire-rimmed glasses sits on top of four folded newspapers on a table.

Weekly Subscription News: Privacy, Losses and Layoffs

Featuring Alphabet, Twitter, Protocol, Apple and Mozilla

In this week’s subscription headlines, an activist investor tells Alphabet they must reduce their headcount and cut costs, Protocol shuts down and lays off entire staff, and Apple is hit with a privacy complaint over data collection. Also, Bloomberg reports that media companies are having their worst year in three decades, Meta’s layoffs bring down the curtain on news, and Mercedes will let subscribers drive faster for just $1,200 a year.

Alphabet Must Cut Headcount and Trim Costs, Activist Investor TCI Says
CNBC

Twitter Would Need 64M Subscribers to Replace Existing Revenue and Cover Losses
Forbes

Protocol, the Tech-News Focused Website, Will Shutter and Lay Off Entire Staff
CNN Business

Meta’s Layoffs Make It Official: Facebook Is Ready to Part Ways with the News
Nieman Lab

Media Companies Are Having Their Worst Year in Three Decades
Bloomberg

Apple Hit with Privacy Complaint over Data Collection
Media Post

Mozilla’s New Privacy Subscription Combines VPN and Email Relay into One Package
Android Police

Mercedes Offers ‘Acceleration Increase’ – as a $1,200 Subscription
Auto Blog

Up Next

Don’t miss the latest subscription news. Sign up for updates now!

Search this site

Upcoming events

Keep ahead of your competition

Register now for our weekly subscription news round-up

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.