Some state governments are penalizing them for not supporting the fossil fuel industry.
Discount stores ranked among the fastest-growing retailers in the US last year: But low prices, not customer loyalty, is driving that growth.
The REI Co-op Mastercard lets users earn 5% cash back for REI purchases and 1.5% cash back for all other purchases.
The deal would broaden CVS’ physician network and help it establish home care services.
Sports betting’s ad cooldown won’t be permanent: A year of hefty spending might have DraftKings slowing down, but sports will persist through a recession.
Amazon’s Roomba acquisition is a data privacy nightmare: Regulators are worried that Amazon, which already has eyes and ears in consumers’ homes, will now be able to map and monitor those homes.
They’re offering generous salaries and impressive titles. But will they actually listen to these experts and change?
Block’s gross payment volume surged 23% YoY in Q2—but total net revenues dropped 6% YoY as a result of Bitcoin losses.
Twitter appeals to retailers: Its new Location Spotlight should help firms with physical locations communicate with customers.
Among US companies investing in digital video advertising, the share that did so exclusively on YouTube increased from 47% in Q4 2021 to 60% in Q1 2022, for a total of roughly 9,300 companies in the US.
Inflation may be taking a bite out of candy sales, but there are still sweet spots.
On today's episode, we discuss why Spotify is cautiously optimistic, the potential of video podcasts, and whether TikTok Music could be the next big podcast app. "In Other News," we talk about why people buy smart speakers and how crucial gaming is for Netflix's future. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Daniel Konstantinovic and senior account director Michael Civins.
Nike wants Big Tech’s layoffs: In a shift to direct sales, Nike is spending big to lure technologists. It’s a trend that could diminish the tech sector’s pull on workers.
Their customers are opting out of generic communications. CMOs play a critical role in customer re-engagement.
Record-low warehouse vacancy rates add to retailers’ woes: Companies face an inventory pileup as they struggle to offload existing items before holiday shipments come in.
Google looks to boost transparency around programmatic advertising: Its move comes as our forecast shows spending on these ads will rise steadily through 2024.
Ditching Netflix to pay for groceries: Consumers in the US and UK show a willingness to cut back on media and retail subscriptions as the cost of living skyrockets.
Customer-to-customer payments volume dropped 13% YoY in Q2. But it outlined three initiatives to help it reverse declines in H2.