Ingenico and Splitit tackle checkout friction to get at in-store BNPL’s untapped potential February 3

Ingenico and Splitit are focused on cutting customer friction to grow their in-store BNPL presence.

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Can Google coast comfortably through a challenging 2023? The search and advertising giant’s Q4 foreshadows slow growth, revealing cracks in its empire.

Meta’s vow of efficiency marks renewed optimism: Meta shares rally after analysts upgrade stock due to Meta’s new, leaner direction. Meanwhile, the company continues to spend billions on an unrealized metaverse pivot.

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On today's episode, we discuss whether in-store shopping is different now (in a bad way), how much people are shopping on their smartphones, whether LinkedIn's newsletter strategy is paying off, how retailers are facing tougher greenwashing penalties, if retailers have given up on the metaverse, how in-person/hybrid/remote work is working out, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Suzy Davidkhanian and Evelyn Mitchell and vice president of Briefings Stephanie Taglianetti.

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In the US, 56% of Gen Z adults prefer to buy from companies that reflect their social values, according to Morning Consult. Gen Z’s figure is slightly lower than those of other generations, with Gen X at 61% and baby boomers and millennials at 59% each.