Revolut joins heated competition to win cut of Europe’s booming BNPL market June 27

The neobank launched its BNPL product in Ireland ahead of a wider continental rollout.

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On today's episode, we discuss how TV has transformed brands and how marketers should be thinking about investing in linear versus streaming in 2022. "In Other News," we talk about the significance of cryptocurrency companies pulling back on marketing spend and why some think Roku is abusing its power. Tune in to the discussion with founder and CEO of Marketing Architects Chuck Hengel and our analyst Ross Benes.

On the same day, it listed on the NASDAQ and launched US banking operations, aiming to challenge Big Tech and payments providers by tapping into immigrant populations.

Gigafactories = ‘gigantic money furnaces’: Supply chain disruptions grind Tesla’s new factories to a near halt. Even when things come back online, the mineral shortage will still be a scourge.

Ro is the latest startup to lay off a large chunk of its employee base amid economic uncertainty and fewer VC funding hauls.

Chatbots that use more advanced AI algorithms could give customers a seamless experience transitioning between technology and humans.

Inflation is taking a toll on UK households: The rising cost of living has shoppers cutting back and trading down as some workers strike for wage increases.

PayPal will remove the fixed fee applied to goods and services payments coming from US customers and simplify tax reporting for business users.

Insider Intelligence spoke with Tom Kochan, professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management and author of “Shaping the Future of Work: A Handbook for Action and a New Social Contract,” about unionization and its implications for retailers.

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