Internal pay calculators show some full-time remote workers could receive pay cuts up to 25%. Tech firms are divided over reducing compensation for remote work, which could result in competitors poaching top talent.

Its Swarm acquisition could foreshadow an era of increased commercial satellite acquisitions and market consolidation as major players scale up satellite deployments.

Affiliate, or partner marketing, has become more important to both advertisers looking to drive actions and publishers trying to diversify revenue streams. Adam Ross, CEO at affiliate marketing firm Awin, joins eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Nicole Perrin to discuss how the market has evolved over the past two years, why practitioners are looking for more standardization, and how advertisers and publishers are working together.

Crypto exchange CoinDCX raised $90 million as crypto investments spike in India, suggesting doubts over future government actions to curtail crypto trading haven’t shaken investors.

Instagram adds another ad product: The social platform is testing ad units within its Shops interface.

Diverging post-cookie strategies: Some are pumping the brakes on preparations, while others are embracing Unified ID 2.0.

Twitter is now compliant in India: A longstanding fight between the social platform and one of its largest market's government just might be over.

The BNPL provider is pursuing aggressive growth with new partnerships with the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and Yoox Net-a-Porter, but credit card competition looms as legacy players try to reclaim customers.

Tide’s turndown of SMB program underscores the limitations of not being a real bank: Because it’s not eligible for Bank of England funding reserved for legal banks, the UK neobank has declined to offer a government-backed repayment choice for small and medium-sized businesses (SMB) that borrowed under a pandemic-era relief initiative. This may motivate Tide to get its license.

Revolut’s new trading fee fix signals focus on turning a profit: The UK-based neobank’s second commission increase in less than a year and its introduction of a percentage-based cost suggests that its focus is shifting from adding customers to making money from them.