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Happy Saturday – the weekend is here! In this week’s subscription news summary, General Motors accuses Ford of violating a trademark in the name of technology, and the Peacock Limited Olympic TV program is intentional through NBC.

Also this week, UnitedHealthcare will provide access to the Peloton app for millions of its members, Capchaz will spend $ 280 million to fund a subscription business, and Virginia College students will save more than $ 13 million through Cengage Unlimited subscriptions.

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