Insider Intelligence spoke with Dorian Morris, founder and CEO of Undefined, a wellness brand focused on providing consumers with plant-based and affordable beauty products.

As rare earths get rarer, Redwood Materials plans battery recycling for Fords and Volvos: Redwood Materials’ software-driven EV battery recycling could be the missing ingredient for the coming EV market boom.

On today's episode, we discuss the main takeaways from Snapchat and Twitter's Q4 performance. Then for "In Other News," we talk about why social platforms are pivoting toward more professionally created content and the significance of Snapchat testing mid-roll ads within Stories. Tune in to the discussion with our analyst Jasmine Enberg.

Facebook Reels’ global rollout comes with fresh ad formats: The new banner and sticker ads both attract creators to the platform and offer marketers performance ad options for short-form video.

Retailers are developing ad businesses as an easy revenue generator: Michaels is the latest retailer to partner with an ad tech firm to monetize search.

Neobanks make personalized financial services plays: US-based indi is joining gig-worker app Steady’s cash-incentives product, while UK-based Zopa is offering a savings account tied to personal goals.

Consumers turn to online marketplaces for convenience: While marketplace adoption jumped significantly in 2020, growth stalled last year.

Target brings the in-store experience to shoppers’ cars: Allowing customers to return items and order Starbucks through Drive Up will lead more people to use the service.

The rollout of AppTrackingTransparency (ATT) in iOS 14.5 effectively deprecated the primary way publishers and advertisers track users on iOS and changed how the mobile ad industry approaches monetization and measurement.

The vast majority of US banks have no plans to offer some basic cryptocurrency-related services. For even the most widely adopted service—crypto investing or trading—only 1% currently offer it, and 78% have no plans to support it.