The value of Deutsche Bank shares plummeted on Friday as the price of its credit default swaps spiked. Meanwhile, the news of a probe left UBS and Credit Suisse shares struggling.

It partnered with OpenAI on a ChatGPT plugin to offer users personalized shopping recommendations.

Banks will need to manage their net interest margins. One tactic is to reduce rates for savings accounts. Or maybe banks can win more of these new customers’ business instead.

The Big Six are (almost) failing up: Depositors are getting the message that the former Dark Lords of the financial crisis are your savior—when they’re backed by the government.

Insurance joins the long list of industries slashing ad budgets: Insurers are among TV’s most recognizable brands, but industry problems have forced them to back down.

Walmart is the latest retailer to cut jobs: But the layoffs are less a sign of economic troubles than a reallocation of resources.

Twitter is replacing legacy blue checkmarks with paid Twitter Blue verification: New service offers extra features but could discourage influential users unwilling to pay.

ChatGPT’s latest update could turn it into a shopping engine: Instacart, Klarna, and Shopify are experimenting with offering users personalized recommendations.

Bing's ChatGPT integration is boosting its usage, challenging Google in the AI-driven search market: Microsoft shares are up, and the incumbent’s ad revenues could be impacted.

If TikTok gets banned (and it’s a very big “if”), advertisers need to know where consumers will go. Instagram and YouTube would be likely beneficiaries, but OTT TV like Netflix could also see gains. Advertisers may even branch out to other categories entirely, like retail media. Here are five charts showing what could happen.

Worker churn is a tough challenge for retailers amid the tight labor market: That’s why companies need to identify ways to improve workers’ job satisfaction beyond simply raising pay.

On today's episode, we discuss why the US is considering a TikTok ban; where influencers, users, and advertisers will go if there is one; and how marketers can prepare. "In Other News," we talk about what Meta's latest job cuts say about the company and what its plans look like for a Twitter rival. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Jasmine Enberg.

On this special bonus episode of "The Banking & Payments Show," we take a step back from the Silicon Valley Bank debacle to explore what’s on the horizon for the banking industry. In our "Trouble and Opportunity" segment, we examine the lasting effects from the banking failure (e.g., more regulation) and consider the trends that may arise from this crisis (e.g., more neobanks). Tune in to the conversation between host Rob Rubin and our analyst Tiffani Montez to hear what the path forward will be after the meltdown.

Between bank collapses and a prolonged crypto winter, 2023 has not been kind to the banking industry. But that doesn’t mean things can’t turn around. Here are five charts on what’s good (consumer trust remains steady), what’s bad (crypto’s downfall continues), and some areas of opportunity (the rise of ChatGPT).

US ad spend dropped 8.0% YoY in February, according to a MediaPost analysis of Standard Media Index’s US Ad Market Tracker. That marks eight months of consecutive YoY decline as part of a trend that began in July 2022.

LinkedIn launches multiple page updates: The platform is trying to encourage admins to post more often through new tools, potentially goosing B2B ad revenues in the process.

In times of economic uncertainty, it’s essential to foster an environment that both nurtures and challenges employees. In this discussion, Raval shares strategies to nurture a more collaborative, creative culture among employees, and how Frito-Lay is undertaking a digital evolution.