Creator funds see mixed success: Social platforms offer more monetization tools than ever, but many content providers still struggle to get paid.

In this Meet the Analyst Webinar, Dave Frankland, our principal analyst, will discuss the key trends impacting a new wave of marketing automation and email marketing.

Veriff’s $100M round follows several other similar players’ mega-rounds. But digital ID regtechs will find differentiation increasingly hard.

On today's episode, we discuss what Peloton's struggles say about the exercise firm, how companies are rebranding for digital, omicron's effect on business recovery, how much people will pay for Amazon Prime, Google's brand new cookie alternative called "Topics," an unpopular opinion about NFTs, the internet under the ocean, and more. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analysts Paul Verna and Dave Frankland and analyst at Insider Intelligence Blake Droesch.

Retailers should think twice before deleting negative reviews: Fast-fashion retailer Fashion Nova agrees to pay $4.2 million to settle allegations it suppressed less-than-stellar customer feedback.

The offering could pose a threat to mPOS hardware providers but helps Apple grab more in-store volume and bolsters its payments business.

In its recent updates, ranging from a patent milestone to a hiring push, TD signals to would-be employees that they’ll get a chance to do innovative work for it.

CFPB eyes ‘junk fees’ from banks: The regulator issued a public-comment request for a slew of fees it says people only encounter after initially selecting products and services. The scrutiny may accelerate the trend away from them.

TrueLayer’s European moves point to rising competition: The UK-based open-banking provider said it’s expanding into five new markets in Europe.

The turnover of CMOs is the highest it has been in more than a decade. Spencer Stuart’s latest data shows that average CMO tenure in the US dropped to 40.0 months in 2020, its shortest since 2009.

In China, ecommerce sales will make up a substantial share of 2022's total retail sales at 46.3%, while the UK and South Korea will round out the top 3, with 36.3% and 32.2% ecommerce shares, respectively.

Carmakers team up to pivot to EVs: Renault, Nissan, and Mitsubishi bet $25.8B on five new EV platforms shared across brands. This could yield EV standards as the world pivots to electric.

Brain computing interface applications find niche in healthcare and patient rehabilitation: New trials could generate further investment as fringe tech makes its way to the mainstream.

The federal gov’t could block the deal (as it’s done for others like it) due to anticompetitive concerns