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MoviePass has dropped from over 3 million subscribers to about 225,000, according to leaked internal data
Internal data shows that MoviePass has lost millions of subscribers and has signed on only about 13,000 under its new "Uncapped" plan.
The cofounder of MoviePass recounts what led to his firing from the company he’d built from the ground up
MoviePass cofounder Stacy Spikes tells for the first time how he left the company he built.
Ousted MoviePass cofounder Stacy Spikes breaks his silence on the startup’s whirlwind rise and crash to financial reality
MoviePass cofounder Stacy Spikes talks about building the scrappy startup into an industry disruptor.
MoviePass competitor Sinemia changes its terms to prevent users from suing as it fights a class-action lawsuit
MoviePass competitor Sinemia added a clause to its terms of service to try and prevent its subscribers from suing after being hit with class-action.
Movie-ticket subscription company Sinemia is launching a 'unlimited plan' for $14.99, days after MoviePass announced it was bringing back its own.
MoviePass competitor Sinemia said it’s terminated only 3% of its accounts, but online sentiment about the service is overwhelmingly negative
Sinemia said since the beginning of March, it's removed about 3 percent of its accounts due to "misuse or fraudulent activity."
MoviePass’ parent company raised $6 million by selling new shares, and sent its stock crashing another 50% to under one penny
Helios and Matheson Analytics (HMNY), the parent company of MoviePass, said it had raised $6 million in a new round of financing.
MoviePass walks back its claim to be ‘profitable’ and declines to say which investors ‘did well’ during its 99.99% stock drop
MoviePass has walked back claims by its parent company's CEO, Ted Farnsworth, that the movie-ticket subscription service is "profitable."
MoviePass has released details about its new unlimited plan.
MoviePass is on the verge of unveiling an unlimited plan, but with major restrictions that may affect subscribers.