NEW YORK - November 3, 2021 - Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO) ("Criteo" or the "Company"), the global technology company that provides the world's leading Commerce Media Platform, today announced financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2021 that exceeded the Company's quarterly guidance.
AdExchanger recapped CEO Megan Clarken’s PROGRAMMATIC I/O panel, which highlighted our transformation efforts beyond retargeting to the world-leading Commerce Media Platform as well as our industry-wide collaboration to find third-party cookie replacements.
MediaPost reported on the launch of the Lowe’s One Roof Media Network, which highlights Criteo as a supporting partner. Lowe’s is now available through Criteo’s retail media ecosystem and platform.
Business Insider included Joshua Koran, EVP of Data and Policy, in this roundup of 14 key players who are involved in the Privacy Sandbox and are shaping the future of digital advertising.
AdExchanger reported on our full FLoC Origin Trial findings, positioning Criteo as a leader in digital advertising.
MediaPost reported on our latest survey on consumer streaming habits and how CTV ads influence purchasing decisions. The survey confirms that many viewers enjoy the ads that they watch, and often search for the products to purchase.
CEO Megan Clarken sat down with Yahoo! Finance for an interview on her leadership approach as well as her commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion throughout her career.
NEW YORK — September 8, 2021 — Criteo S.A. (NASDAQ: CRTO), the global technology company that provides the world’s leading Commerce Media Platform, today announced the appointment of Manuela Montagnana as Chief People Officer. In this role, Montagnana will lead the company’s People team, driving talent strategy and playing a key role in defining the future of work for Criteo’s global workforce of more than 2,500 employees. Montagnana replaces Denis Collin, who held the role for three years and will assist in the transition.
MediaPost reported on leading consumer electronics retailer Best Buy joining our retail media ecosystem and platform.
MediaPost reported on the results from our FLoC origin trial. Key findings include that Chrome is not the only browser generating FLoC cohorts; FLoC was never trialed at scale; and that FLoC’s volume is not representative of the global Chrome user base. The piece also notes how drawing any meaningful conclusion from these results will be challenging.