CRTO - クリテオ (Criteo S.A.)

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   Why Criteo Stock Soared Today | The Motley Fool  2020/04/29 16:43:59 The Motley Fool
The French ad-tech company reported first-quarter earnings results.
   Daily Crunch: French data watchdog investigates Criteo  2020/03/10 18:16:25 TechCrunch
Criteo faces a privacy investigation, an e-discovery startup raises $62 million and hackers hack other hackers. Here’s your Daily Crunch for March 10, 2020. 1. Adtech giant Criteo is being investigated by France’s data watchdog Criteo is under investigation by the French data protection watchdog, the CNIL, following a complaint filed by privacy rights campaign […]
   Criteo announces CFO departure  2020/03/02 21:10:27 Seeking Alpha
Criteo (NASDAQ:CRTO) CFO Benoit Fouilland will leave the company to pursue new endeavors, effective June 30. Criteo has launched a search for Fouilland's r
   Criteo S.A. EPS beats by $0.17, beats on revenue  2020/02/11 12:02:36 Seeking Alpha
Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ:CRTO): Q4 Non-GAAP EPS of $1.08 beats by $0.17; GAAP EPS of $0.57 misses by $0.11. Revenue of $266.25M (-2.1% Y/Y) beats by $7.95M. Pre
   Walmart is rolling out a self-serve ad platform to compete directly with Amazon for big advertisers  2020/01/03 15:42:10 Business Insider
Walmart is going after Amazon's advertising business by formally rolling out a self-serve platform and API that allows advertisers to buy search ads through third-party adtech companies. The move comes a year after Walmart started moving its ad business in-house. Walmart's pitch to advertisers is that it has data from 160 million American shoppers that includes e-commerce and in-store sales. Click here for more BI Prime stories . Walmart wants a piece of Amazon's growing advertising business. The retailer's advertising arm, called Walmart Media Group, is rolling out a new program called Walmart Advertising Partners, with its first self-serve tools that let advertisers buy search ads on Walmart's website and mobile app. Until now, Walmart Media Group had worked directly with advertisers through managed services. Business Insider first reported Walmart's plans in November. Walmart has picked four e-commerce adtech companies to be part of the program: Teikametrics , Flywheel Digital, Pacvue, and Kenshoo.
   Daily Crunch: French data watchdog investigates Criteo  2020/03/10 18:16:25 TechCrunch
Criteo faces a privacy investigation, an e-discovery startup raises $62 million and hackers hack other hackers. Here’s your Daily Crunch for March 10, 2020. 1. Adtech giant Criteo is being investigated by France’s data watchdog Criteo is under investigation by the French data protection watchdog, the CNIL, following a complaint filed by privacy rights campaign […]
   Criteo announces CFO departure  2020/03/02 21:10:27 Seeking Alpha
Criteo (NASDAQ:CRTO) CFO Benoit Fouilland will leave the company to pursue new endeavors, effective June 30. Criteo has launched a search for Fouilland's r
   Criteo S.A. EPS beats by $0.17, beats on revenue  2020/02/11 12:02:36 Seeking Alpha
Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ:CRTO): Q4 Non-GAAP EPS of $1.08 beats by $0.17; GAAP EPS of $0.57 misses by $0.11. Revenue of $266.25M (-2.1% Y/Y) beats by $7.95M. Pre
   Walmart is rolling out a self-serve ad platform to compete directly with Amazon for big advertisers  2020/01/03 15:42:10 Business Insider
Walmart is going after Amazon's advertising business by formally rolling out a self-serve platform and API that allows advertisers to buy search ads through third-party adtech companies. The move comes a year after Walmart started moving its ad business in-house. Walmart's pitch to advertisers is that it has data from 160 million American shoppers that includes e-commerce and in-store sales. Click here for more BI Prime stories . Walmart wants a piece of Amazon's growing advertising business. The retailer's advertising arm, called Walmart Media Group, is rolling out a new program called Walmart Advertising Partners, with its first self-serve tools that let advertisers buy search ads on Walmart's website and mobile app. Until now, Walmart Media Group had worked directly with advertisers through managed services. Business Insider first reported Walmart's plans in November. Walmart has picked four e-commerce adtech companies to be part of the program: Teikametrics , Flywheel Digital, Pacvue, and Kenshoo.
   'She gets stuff done': Why Criteo tapped a Nielsen vet to turn around its business - Digiday  2019/10/31 04:00:58 Digiday
Criteo has tapped 15-year Nielsen veteran Megan Clarken as its new CEO -- described a smart operator that 'get things done'.
   Daily Crunch: French data watchdog investigates Criteo  2020/03/10 18:16:25 TechCrunch
Criteo faces a privacy investigation, an e-discovery startup raises $62 million and hackers hack other hackers. Here’s your Daily Crunch for March 10, 2020. 1. Adtech giant Criteo is being investigated by France’s data watchdog Criteo is under investigation by the French data protection watchdog, the CNIL, following a complaint filed by privacy rights campaign […]
   Criteo announces CFO departure  2020/03/02 21:10:27 Seeking Alpha
Criteo (NASDAQ:CRTO) CFO Benoit Fouilland will leave the company to pursue new endeavors, effective June 30. Criteo has launched a search for Fouilland's r
   Criteo S.A. EPS beats by $0.17, beats on revenue  2020/02/11 12:02:36 Seeking Alpha
Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ:CRTO): Q4 Non-GAAP EPS of $1.08 beats by $0.17; GAAP EPS of $0.57 misses by $0.11. Revenue of $266.25M (-2.1% Y/Y) beats by $7.95M. Pre
   Walmart is rolling out a self-serve ad platform to compete directly with Amazon for big advertisers  2020/01/03 15:42:10 Business Insider
Walmart is going after Amazon's advertising business by formally rolling out a self-serve platform and API that allows advertisers to buy search ads through third-party adtech companies. The move comes a year after Walmart started moving its ad business in-house. Walmart's pitch to advertisers is that it has data from 160 million American shoppers that includes e-commerce and in-store sales. Click here for more BI Prime stories . Walmart wants a piece of Amazon's growing advertising business. The retailer's advertising arm, called Walmart Media Group, is rolling out a new program called Walmart Advertising Partners, with its first self-serve tools that let advertisers buy search ads on Walmart's website and mobile app. Until now, Walmart Media Group had worked directly with advertisers through managed services. Business Insider first reported Walmart's plans in November. Walmart has picked four e-commerce adtech companies to be part of the program: Teikametrics , Flywheel Digital, Pacvue, and Kenshoo.
   'She gets stuff done': Why Criteo tapped a Nielsen vet to turn around its business - Digiday  2019/10/31 04:00:58 Digiday
Criteo has tapped 15-year Nielsen veteran Megan Clarken as its new CEO -- described a smart operator that 'get things done'.

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