Financial Services

It’s trying to catch up to Apple Pay, which added support for Venmo cards in October

On today's podcast episode, our contestants compete in The Great Behind the Numbers Take Off, 2024 health trends edition, where they will try and cook up the most interesting predictions for the coming year. They'll discuss why healthcare is going to be a hyper-partisan issue in the 2024 US election campaigns; how that will affect how people think about and deal with their own healthcare going forward; and why the coming year will create unprecedented challenges for patients when it comes to affording care and treatment, leading them to explore other options for accessing and paying for care. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Rajiv Leventhal and Lisa Phillips.

Profits dropped when big banks got the bill for last year’s banking crisis—along with some other expenses.

It’s successfully built out services to engage users, but it faces growing competition from other remittance players

And they’re willing to change where they shop and what they buy based on product-specific discounts and rewards

Nu Mexico users can request remittances through WhatsApp, which could prove popular given the messaging platform’s large user base

Amazon has been pushing the tech for use cases beyond traditional retail stores to stir up adoption

Now clients can invest in crypto through traditional financial institutions—and neither will have to directly hold digital currency.

The P2P payments space is deeply entrenched by competitors that have large networks of loyal users

Revolving credit spiked in November. Paired with high interest rates and an increase in BNPL debts, consumers may be off to a rocky 2024

The deal would help M&A activity start strong in 2024 after falling to a six-year low in 2023