Steve Symington from The Motley Fool takes a closer look at Criteo's Q1 earnings and what should investors expect from the company going forward.
Criteo CEO Eric Eichmann discusses Criteo's Q1 earnings and offers insights into Criteo's strategy to diversify its product set.
Criteo CEO, Eric Eichmann discusses Q1 earnings and future opportunities presented by Twitter's TellApart shutdown.
John Roswech, EVP, Brand Solutions discusses how online shoppers interact with click and collect sites like Amazon to buy groceries.
Criteo's Mother's Day report finds that jewelry and food baskets continue to top the lists of gifts from dads and kids.
NEW YORK – April 27, 2017 – Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO), the performance marketing technology company, today released a Mother’s Day 2017 report with key insights to help retailers prepare for the spring shopping season. Each year, children and spouses husbands increasingly turn to online shopping to shower moms with food, flowers, small appliances or even a bit of bling.
Criteo's office staircase highlighted as an example that links staff together even though they are on separate floors.
In an article about header bidding and DSPs, Criteo tells AdExchanger that some DSPs have inquired about using its proprietary deduplication technology.
Criteo touted as stock recommendation success from January 2016.
Information about French funding includes a mention of the fact that the first institutional round of Criteo was over 10 years ago.