Just as the tech blows up in banking, UK startup Evident has created a non-biased index that scores banks on AI development and implementation.
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It wants to lower the amount credit card issuers can charge in late fees—which would hurt a key source of issuers’ revenues.
Year of the chatbot: Google’s Apprentice Bard is among many chatbots we’ll see released by the tech industry this year. Investors are excited, but performance and monetization are market hurdles.
Embedded finance fintechs and those with disruptive potential are still attracting investment despite the funding decline.
Snap continues its Q3 storyline into Q4: Users top estimates in fourth quarter, but dwindling cash is a hurdle to innovation and growth.
It’s applying for state regulatory licenses—but it still needs to deal with other hurdles standing in the way.
Some 58% of Association of National Advertisers (ANA) marketers used retail media networks last year, according to a report from the ANA. In the next year, expect to see more movement from marketers outside of consumer packaged goods as brands look to take advantage of the recession-friendly ad space.
On today's episode, we discuss why TikTok isn't as algorithmically driven as we once thought, the significance of its less expensive ad rates, and the likelihood of a US ban. "In Other News," we talk about Americans' brand engagement on social platforms and some upcoming milestones for social media in 2023. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Jasmine Enberg.
Travelers may want to let loose on vacation, but they want their premium travel credit cards to be locked down tight. The most in-demand feature of these cards is free identity theft insurance, with 53% of prospective users in the US saying it was “extremely valuable” to them, according to our “US Premium Travel Credit Card Emerging Features Benchmark 2022” report.
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Grocers are less willing to put up with price hikes as inflation eases: Whole Foods is the latest retailer to ask suppliers to lower prices to relieve pressure on consumers.
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