Adyen helped Oracle launch a new point-of-sale system that lets restaurants accept and better manage contactless payments.
On today's episode, in our "Retail Me This, Retail Me That" segment, we discuss how shoppers and retailers use Google and why the company's previous investments in the ecommerce space haven't worked out so well. Then for "Pop-Up Rankings," we rank the top three winning Google shopping features and discuss one feature we expect to fizzle out. Join our analyst Sara Lebow as she hosts analysts Sky Canaves and Yory Wurmser.
Direct integration into PayPal’s platform improves interoperability while providing financing. Here’s how it helps PayPal compete with banks.
The last three months of the year used to be a make-or-break period for retailers, but consumers in Latin America are now spreading out their digital purchases over the entire year.
Bed Bath & Beyond’s early-pandemic inventory revamp had unforeseen consequences: The decision to reduce its in-store SKU count and launch private-label brands left the retailer vulnerable to supply chain disruptions.
Purpose-driven ads fall short in attracting audiences: A new study reveals that purpose-driven ads are underperforming, especially as consumers prioritize lower prices in an uncertain economy.
Despite rapid grocery’s well-documented struggles, companies continue to invest in the space: Retailers see value in quick commerce even as Gorillas, Jokr, and others scale back their ambitions.
China has set the pace for livestream shopping, but it’s catching on elsewhere around the world. Join our analyst Bill Fisher as he hosts analysts Man-Chung Cheung and Karin von Abrams to discuss some of the successes, road bumps, and opportunities in this space.
It launched the Autograph card, which lets customers earn 3X points on top spending categories like restaurants and travel.
Learn how first- and third-party data segmentation can improve a brand’s strategy, targeting, and personalization efforts. In this video, Jonathan Drost, senior manager, consulting services at Neustar, a TransUnion company, shares how consistency, precision, and measurement can help marketers deploy the right message, on the right channel, and at the right time to engage with target consumers.
Online consumer spending in the US was flat in Q1 2022 from the same quarter a year prior, as shoppers pivoted away from their pandemic-driven digital spending habits. While brick-and-mortar saw growth, the increase was just 3%.
Cannes notebook: Social media platforms discussed new products, the metaverse, and creators at the June festival.
The neobank launched its BNPL product in Ireland ahead of a wider continental rollout.
Industries focus on savings and comfort as inflation bites: Marketers design messaging to help consumers cope with higher prices.
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.
The Amazon way of management’s unanticipated long-term costs: The retailer is running out of people to hire in its US warehouses, which could hinder its service quality and growth.
On today's episode, we discuss the actual viability of the sharing economy: What should we make of Uber's diversification efforts and are Airbnb's latest changes enough to power the company up and to the right? "In Other News," we talk about the travel industry's optimism in the face of inflation and ad spending's positive outlook in the face of recessionary fears. Tune in to the discussion with our Briefings director Jeremy Goldman.