Major bank executives are now more united in predicting a recession next year, but the degree is uncertain.
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It will use Mastercard’s Track Instant Pay solution, which automates B2B payments, to attract new business.
Uber sees retail media opportunity in UK: The ride-sharing and delivery firm looks to capitalize on its own first-party data amidst a general ad downturn.
Meta succeeds against US regulators but takes a major blow in the EU: Meta insists that news isn’t part of its business model, but its pivot to Reels hits a major roadblock.
Last month, Atlantic writer Ian Bogost posed the incendiary question, “Is the age of social media ending?” No, according to our analysts. But it’s definitely changing, which presents an opportunity to reach younger consumers.
On today's episode, we discuss Meta's two-year outlook, whether the US is experiencing an ad recession, how folks want to return items, LinkedIn's new ad products, why a famous landmark is constantly called the wrong thing, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Evelyn Mitchell and Max Willens and vice president of Briefings Stephanie Taglianetti.
Easy access and short wait times drive consumers to telehealth: But virtual care providers will need to stay on top of their game to keep patients from going elsewhere.
We’re knee-deep into the holiday season, and it’s shaping up to be a busy one. The star so far: deals, deals, deals.
Musk loyalists put to the Twitter stress test: Bedrooms for Musk associates at Twitter’s headquarters, lawsuits, and failed content standards give competing social media platforms an opportunity to attract users.
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Ransomware resulted in massive email outage: Rackspace blames a ransomware attack for shutting off its hosted exchange hosting service. An SEC filing anticipating lost revenue could signal loss of customer data.
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