Established Indian fintechs, like insurtech PolicyBazaar, are seeking to cash in on increased investor interest in tech businesses and hostile Chinese market conditions by filing for IPOs
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On today's episode, we discuss Facebook's Q2 performance, whether Apple's iOS update has affected ad revenues, and what Facebook means exactly when it talks about its (and everybody else's) “metaverse” future. We then talk about the impact of Facebook Pay expanding to online retailers, whether Instagram Reels could come to Facebook's homepage, and some new privacy features for kids on Instagram. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer senior analyst at Insider Intelligence Jasmine Enberg.
Amazon fined under GDPR: The tech giant was fined €746 million for using consumer shopping data for ad targeting without consent—which doesn’t bode well for other Big Tech companies that are facing privacy-related scrutiny.
Square’s unexpected purchase is set to shake up the buy now, pay later (BNPL) space while also opening up cross-selling opportunities for the payments giant, helping it to maintain its edge over top rival PayPal.
The deal for the buy now, pay later provider, worth about $29B, hands Square an opportunity to roll out a consumer-side neobank in the US and to straddle two neobanking segments in Australia.
On the back of Cerner’s Q2 rosy revenue reporting, we unpack how it can win the market share tug-of-war with Epic over the next few years with its more affordable options for small hospitals.
A new study claims universal broadband access could add $160B to the US economy annually. As one of the first clear estimates of expanded broadband’s economic benefit, the study could help drive support for President Biden’s proposed $65 billion in broadband spending.
Q2 insurtech funding is the largest on record, but just 15 late-stage deals accounted for two-thirds of the total, putting newcomers at an even steeper disadvantage.
Zelle’s processed a whopping 436 million transactions worth $120 billion, and as the peer-to-peer payments space expands, it can target small businesses to capture more market share and grow its business.
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Monzo’s losses widen while its revenue stays strong: The UK neobank’s annual report reveals a mixed bag of news: Its deposits are soaring, but it’s the subject of a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) probe. Its results show it’s less volatile than Revolut, but it’s missing Starling’s stability.