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Podcast: AdRoll Rolls On

Criteo is mentioned as a competitor to AdRoll that shines as brightly.

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Paris is Coming Closer to Toppling London as Europe’s Tech Hub

In this article about the rise of Paris as a tech hub, Philippe Botteri, a partner at VC firm Accel, mentions Criteo as "one of the most successful ad tech firms globally" and as a business where young professionals want to work.

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Roundtable: 1 Stock That Reminds Me of Facebook

The Motley Fool's Daniel Miller provides an overview of Criteo and states, "While Criteo is a long way away from being the next Facebook, it's tough to find another young company creating such a strong business model from advertising."

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Growth Hacking for Ecommerce: 17 Tactics You Can Try Next Month

Criteo mentioned as a product to use to help marketers decide where to retarget ads.

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Apparel: What Bricks-and-Mortar Retailers and Ecommerce Players Can Learn from Each Other

Luxury Daily published John Roswech, EVP of Brand Solutions, byline about apparel.

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Criteo’s Direct Bidder Innovation Promises Higher Publisher Revenue

In-depth article about Criteo's new header bidding product, Direct Bidder.

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Ad Roundup: Series of Releases, Partnerships Shake Up Digital

Criteo Direct Bidder announcement included in round up of ad news.

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The Telegraph Used Header Bidding to Increase Programmatic Revenue by 70 Percent

Paul de la Nougerede, director of programmatic at The Telegraph, explains why he signed up Criteo’s new client-side header-bidding product, Direct Bidder.

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Criteo’s Direct Bidder Gives Publishers First-Price Auction Option

Criteo's Marc Grabowski, EVP of global supply and business development, shares a detailed look at the new Direct Bidder solution with AdExchanger's Sarah Sluis.

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Criteo Says New Header Bidder Product Can Help Publishers Fetch 50% Higher Revenues

Criteo's new header bidding product, Direct Bidder, will help publishers retain the full value of their inventory and receive 50% higher revenues on average.