This has been a big week in digital, as many industry giants had their NewFronts in New York. Still, Pinterest and Instagram have newsworthy items of their own.
One of the most valuable sets, according to American Apparel's Thoryn Stephens? Each individual customer's lifetime value, something that can actually be measured.
A book highlights Yahoo's problematic finances on the eve of its bidding day, as Facebook and Amazon each become more competitive in a new area.
This week's viewable and transparent happenings include Spotify's new mobile ad format, new insights from Facebook and the IAB, and Adobe's data ambition.
One of the largest automakers on the planet, Ford plans to stay relevant in the digital age by transitioning from a product brand to a product and services brand.
VR and mobile payments have the potential to completely alter the way we watch videos and make purchases. MasterCard plans to disrupt both disruptors, at the same time.
Here are five of the biggest deals from the world of digital marketing this week, such as the enhanced targeting from LinkedIn and... billboards?
Apple faces domestic competition from Alibaba and Tencent as it launches Apple Pay in China.
Established retail sports giant Decathlon has given its Singaporean team free reign to implement an omnichannel strategy, and Clarence Chew is the man behind it.
Showrooming is a big obstacle retailers face as the world becomes more connected. How can they combat it, ensuring they're not left in digital's dust?