Green Dot’s Temenos cloud deal could enhance consumer ties: Features the partnership enables in Green Dot’s direct bank and its banking as a service (BaaS) business could strengthen its bonds with low- to-moderate-income consumers.

Kroger takes aim at the Northeast with automation: The grocery giant will launch automated customer fulfillment centers (CFCs) powered by Ocado, rather than building brick-and-mortar stores to take and fulfill digital orders.

New-age primary care startups are catering to today’s consumer—who wants their entire healthcare experience to be hyper-convenient and personalized—and to burned-out physicians facing unprecedented levels of pressure from the pandemic.

Mayo Clinic, Kaiser Permanente, and 11 other health systems created a coalition to advocate for telehealth reimbursement and advance home health programs—key to sustaining home healthcare’s long-term growth

A standard currency for TV and digital is unlikely, despite buyers’ wishes: Media buyers want more connection between linear and streaming TV, and though individual networks are making strides, an industrywide solution is unlikely.

Though HBO Max did not come close to reaching 100 million US viewers over the period of our previous forecast, we now project the streaming platform will cross that threshold in 2023.

A new poll reveals Canada may join the US, the UK, and Australia in banning Huawei from the country’s 5G networks.

Internal documents from Amazon’s India business suggest the company copied non-public third-party seller data to create its own products and rigged search results, which could reignite FTC scrutiny dating back to 2016.

The credit score startup is in talks to raise funds at a $5.5B valuation. Expanding its platform will enable it to exploit surging credit card adoption in the country.

Facebook won't measure unlinked Instagram and Facebook accounts in the name of privacy: Advertisers' data may be less exact, but it's a necessary move for Facebook to ward off more scrutiny.

Michaels hops on third-party marketplace wave started by Amazon: It's the latest ecommerce retailer to launch a marketplace in the hopes of diversifying its offerings and standing out from the competition.

The retailers that will be on top this holiday season are those that see mobile apps as the connective tissue between brick-and-mortar and ecommerce shopping experiences.

Netflix and Walmart’s partnership lets both swing back at Amazon: The deal is part of Netflix’s ongoing attempt to diversify through merchandise and other revenue streams.