Fintechs can boost platform trading activity with tokenization: Republic raised $150M to add digital securities to its investing platform. These divide expensive assets into more liquid blockchain tokens.
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Starbucks is reportedly considering cashierless cafes using Amazon’s Just Walk Out tech, and Instacart will acquire smart cart provider Caper AI.
OCC pick favors sweeping changes like Fed takeover of accounts: Saule Omarova’s radical proposal has splintered Senate Democratic backing for Biden’s nominee—just as the very nature of banking is also being questioned by market forces.
More than a third of US investors believe people will stop using cash sometime in the next five years, with 12% of those investors expecting this change to come within a year.
Reddit's US ad revenues will increase 89.0% in 2021 to reach $305.1 million, up from $161.4 million in 2020, shattering our previous expectations of $247.9 million in 2021.
On today's episode, we discuss how travel companies are changing their offerings to attract travelers, whether a la carte pricing is the way forward, and how travel ad spend is recovering. We then talk about what people think of streaming ads, how the living room is becoming a virtual hub, and why Starbucks is doubling down on drive-thru. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer director of forecasting Oscar Orozco and associate forecasting analyst at Insider Intelligence Zach Goldner.
The company could reveal a new overarching brand name as soon as next week and follow in the footsteps of Alphabet.
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YouTube is carving into social commerce and TV measurement: The platform is leveraging both its deep pool of creators and large TV-based audience to get a leg up on competitors.