On the third episode of this brand new Behind the Numbers show, Reimagining Retail, co-hosts and eMarketer principal analysts at Insider Intelligence Suzy Davidkhanian and Andrew Lipsman discuss the rise of sustainability in retail and share a ranking of their top five under-the-radar retail stories for 2022. Plus, a bonus discussion of a couple of overhyped retail trends.
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Shopify works with ecommerce giant JD.com to help its merchants sell in China: The deal marks a major push into China for Shopify and broadens JD.com’s international reach.
Walmart, Target, and Best Buy executives look ahead: Their comments at a retail industry conference offer insight into where and how they expect consumers to shop.
Bitcoin is losing ground in the payments realm as stablecoins solve key crypto pain points, which could move the needle for crypto adoption.
The US banking giant not only eliminated overdrafts, it introduced a lending alternative—charting a course for banks to jettison the controversial fees while continuing to serve those dependent on them.
The US mortgage debt balance will hit $14.412 trillion in 2022, as consumers continue to snap up homes at a pace not seen since before the Great Recession.
US marketers' interest in TikTok for influencer marketing has skyrocketed since early 2020, as the app has transformed from a novelty to a social media mainstay. Nearly two-thirds of US influencer marketers plan to use the video sharing app in 2022.
China’s grocery ecommerce sales were expected to grow 24.6% in 2021 and reach $198.70 billion (RMB 1.36 trillion).
Diagnostics giant takes a bigger bite of the digital health market: Quest Diagnostics is buying patient engagement firm Pack Health. We Look into why it’s making the move and how it could feed into a bigger digital health play.
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Xbox makes nearly $70 billion bet on Activision Blizzard: Microsoft moves in just as the maker of Candy Crush and Overwatch saw slumping sales due to misconduct allegations.