Criteo’s Revenues Dip 5% as It Counts the Cost of Apple’s Cookie-Blocking Technology and GDPR

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Criteo's leadership claims the company has already seen the worst of the impact of GDPR. Getty Images

Criteo posted a 5 percent year-over-year decline in earnings in the third quarter with revenues of $223 million, as the company continues to feel the impact of GDPR and Apple’s embrace of cookie-blocking technology.

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