Business Insider asked eight digital media experts to predict which digital media companies that could get acquired in the coming months.
This 26-year-old founder won a Y Combinator spot for a startup that supports men with eating disorders
Richie Cartwright revealed how he once consumed more than 10,000 calories in a day.
One of Google's leading AI researchers says she's been fired in retaliation for an email to other employees
Gebru, a technical co-lead of Google's ethical AI team, says she was fired by the company on Wednesday.
Cash is pouring into scooter startups. Here's the pitch deck Europe's Voi used to raise $160 million from US backers.
Swedish e-scooter startup Voi has raised a massive funding round to continue its expansion plans.
Leaked emails show investment giant Fidelity is looking to sell its shares in scooter startup Bird at a loss
A Fidelity fund already marked down the value of its stake in Bird.
Snap's head of editorial is leaving the company on the heels of two other major departures from its content team
The significant content team departure comes after former editorial employees came forward with allegations of racism and discrimination.
Lawmakers just unveiled a $908 billion coronavirus stimulus deal that would boost unemployment payments and help small businesses. Here's what's in the package.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers, including Sens. Joe Manchin, Susan Collins and Mitt Romney are hoping Congress can pass their $908 billion relief deal before heading out for the winter break.
Biden wants to move beyond the Trump era. But the Justice Department and New York state might not be so ready to play along.
The DOJ — as made clear by revelations of a probe into an alleged presidential pardon scheme — is scratching Trumpian wounds Biden wants to mend.
A key chart in DoorDash's IPO filing doesn't 'pass the smell test,' and experts say the delivery giant may need to refile its S-1 to clear it up
DoorDash is chasing a $32 billion valuation in its IPO. Experts say a key chart reflecting how much business comes from new customers doesn't add up.
Erin Winters shared with Business Insider how much money she makes as an influencer and how she grew her YouTube channel.
Amazon Web Services' ORG CHART: Here's the internal map of the 95 most powerful executives under cloud boss Andy Jassy
Here's an exclusive look at AWS's organizational chart, mapping out 95 of the most powerful people under CEO Andy Jassy.
After Slack went public, some VCs held onto their shares in the work-chat app.
Read all the messages that the CEOs of Salesforce and Slack sent their employees about their $27.7 billion tie-up
Salesforce's massive acquisition of Slack spurred the CEOs of both companies to send explanatory messages to their workers.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella suggests that LinkedIn Stories could be a new way for the tech titan to reach the 'younger population'
Microsoft is exploring new ways a younger audience on LinkedIn after notably losing out on a big chance to do so through its TikTok bid.
Leaked Fashion Nova campaign briefs reveal what it's offering to pay influencers for sponsored content, which some managers say is far below market rate
Talent managers and agents who work with YouTube creators, Instagram influencers, and TikTok stars shared examples of a Fashion Nova campaign ask.
David Boies just outlined a leadership shuffle at his elite litigation firm after a top lawyer overseeing a big restructuring jumped ship
Nicholas Gravante is joining Cadwalader Wickersham & Taft. He had been overseeing a restructuring following a series of high-profile exits at BSF.
Red Havas is making big bets on services like e-commerce and ad buying, and it shows how public relations firms are growing beyond traditional PR
Red Havas is the North America, Australia, Asia, and London arm of Havas Group's $225 million PR business.
EXCLUSIVE: Former TechCrunch and Pando journalist Paul Carr is starting a new publication to keep tech CEOs 'awake at night'
Carr built his career going after powerful tech execs. He's assembled Silicon Valley's most outspoken critics to write for his new site, Tech Worker.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield says Salesforce's $27.7 billion deal to buy his workplace chat app will prove as historic as the launch of Windows 95 and the invention of the cloud
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield says the acquisition marks a "pivotal moment" that means companies don't need a physical office to get work done.
Google Cloud is acquiring Actifio, an Andreessen Horowitz-funded data backup startup last valued at $1.3 billion
Under CEO Thomas Kurian, Google Cloud is making another acquisition to help it grow and compete with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft.
5 retailers not named Amazon or Walmart that have quietly flourished during the pandemic by growing e-commerce, staff size, and total store footprint
These retail chains all have a strong presence in Middle America and have earned recent wins, in the realm of e-commerce, hiring, or market expansion.
ServiceNow's chief product officer says the cloud giant plans to win the 'war for AI talent' through its aggressive M&A and hiring top execs from Microsoft, Salesforce, and Google
ServiceNow's is focused on aggressive AI hiring and M&A, highlighted by this week's acquisition of startup Element AI, its fourth purchase of 2020.
Over 600 people own a single pair of Nike sneakers thanks to Rally, an app that splits valuable collectibles into shares. Here's how the platform is capitalizing on sneakers becoming an asset class.
While rare memorabilia collecting is often limited to the ultra-wealthy, Rally lets anyone purchase shares of vintage sneakers and cars.
A former Citadel and BlueMountain portfolio manager has landed herself a new job running global credit at one of Canada's biggest hedge funds
Marina Lutova Meyers updated her LinkedIn to reflect her new job at her new firm: head of global credit at Polar Asset Management.
How this founder woke up to VCs begging to write checks for his barely launched startup, in the middle of a pandemic
This New York-based founder raised $4 million in an oversubscribed seed round only 3 months after introducing his startup on Product Hunt.
Advertisers are spending again — here are 16 companies that are benefitting the most, from Hulu to TikTok
They include new ad sellers like Instacart and TikTok and traditional media companies like NBCUniversal and Condé Nast.
PR industry salaries revealed: How much top firms like FTI Consulting and Prosek Partners pay employees
Salaries range from $62,000 for a senior account executive at finance-focused Prosek Partners to $420,000 for a managing director at FTI Consulting.
If you want to accelerate your career in tech, go work at a Canadian company, says the founder of the nation's hottest startup
Clearbanc was the top Canadian startup to work for in 2020, according to a LinkedIn ranking.
Tesla just settled its yearslong lawsuit with a whistleblower who enraged Elon Musk. But accounting experts say it leaves questions about where hundreds of millions of dollars went.
Leaked documents from a suit involving Tesla showed in 2018 there was companywide concern about hundreds of millions of dollars in scrap waste. But that cash doesn't seem to appear in Tesla's financials.
Business Insider received 117 nominations from experts in a variety of specialities — here are seven standout leaders innovating in their fields.
Check out the 25-slide pitch deck a startup that manages deliveries for companies like Kroger and Sweetgreen used to nab a $14 million Series A
Founded in 2015, Onfleet helps brands like Kroger, Sweetgreen, Drizly, and Imperfect Foods manage third-party delivery fleets via its software.
S&P Global's $44 billion IHS Markit deal will transform the market for financial data. Experts highlight which players need to make a move next.
The deal allows the ratings giant to expand coverage and increase scale as financial-data businesses consolidate. Here's what analysts are saying.
The power players of cybersecurity: 50 CEOs, leaders, investors, and hackers who will lead the tech industry as it emerges from the pandemic
50 cybersecurity leaders that shaped 2020, including executives from Cloudflare, Okta, Microsoft, and Zscaler.
The creator of a new volatility index for the Nasdaq 100 shares how investors can protect portfolios loaded with tech names — and explains why he thinks it's superior to the VIX
Veteran options trader Scott Nations shares why he created the Nasdaq-100 Volatility index and how investors can use it to protect and profit.
Zoom has soared 497% this year. 3 analysts — including one of the most accurate in tech — break down whether you should buy, hold, or sell the stock as a vaccine becomes widely available.
What's next for Zoom? We talked to the most bullish analyst covering the company and broke down the views of the most accurate and the most bearish.
How Moxie's 'Patreon of fitness' platform is luring instructors from SoulCycle and Orangetheory to run their own virtual fitness businesses from 真人百家家乐网站home
Instructors recruited from the likes of SoulCycle and Orangetheory are finding alternative virtual avenues to help pad their wallets.
How Quaker Oats ascended to become one of PepsiCo's fastest-growing brands amid the pandemic — pushing sales to their highest levels in a decade
Quaker's North America lead Robbert Rietbroek says new products and trends of more at-真人百家家乐网站home consumption provide further growth opportunities in 2021.
Angel investing isn't just for the wealthy anymore. Here's how anyone can invest in today's hot startups through a little-known rule called "crowdfunding equity."
Crowdfunding platforms and new SEC rules have made it easier for anyone to invest, not just rich VCs.
How TikTok has impacted industries ranging from music to retail to cybersecurity in 2020, according to an analysis of hundreds of executive interviews
With so much chatter around its early success and possible demise, TikTok has regularly made its way into investor calls this year.
Value investor Adam Schwartz explains why Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway slashed its JPMorgan and Wells Fargo stakes, cheers its record buybacks, and praises its patience
Buffett probably wouldn't invest in Wells Fargo in its current state, the boss of Black Bear Value Partners said.
Pharmacies, doctor's offices and hospitals are gearing up to give coronavirus vaccines to millions of Americans. Here's how they're preparing and how much they stand to profit along the way.
Pharmacies, hospitals and clinics are preparing their strategies to vaccinate patients against COVID-19. Some could profit from giving the shots.
Nasdaq needs SEC signoff for its game-changing rule on board diversity. Here's a look at how it could play out.
Regulatory lawyers say it's likely that the stock exchange's diversity rule will be greenlighted, though with some potential changes.
Holiday shopping might be happening online, but Amazon and other retailers are embracing the power of print catalogs
E-commerce giant Amazon sent a print holiday catalog out to millions of customers this year. It's completely shoppable and "designed to inspire."
2020 was one of the worst years for media giants like Disney and AT&T, with $13 billion lost, but streaming offers a light at the end of the tunnel
The big shift sweeping the industry can be seen in the growing number of streaming subscribers.
How a first-time founder who started her business with $300 and discount underwear landed more than $4 million in sales and an investment from unicorn Kendra Scott on 'Shark Tank' in 4 years
Instead of Photoshopped skin and size-0 models, underwear brand BootayBag created an inclusive social media community by showing real customers.
Running a business can be lonely. Here's how every entrepreneur can build an unofficial board of advisors to get through tough times.
Lucy Deland, cofounder of online invitation startup Paperless Post, explains how to find the right advisors for your business and what to ask them.
A PropertyClub report laid out the best US cities for investors in rental property, and the top seven were all in warm-weather regions like the south.
'California law doesn't apply in Europe': We spoke to the powerful EU enforcer who's about to push Facebook, Google, and Twitter out of their free speech comfort zone
Big Tech companies can no longer self-regulate disinformation on their platforms, according to the EU's Vera Jourova.
GM and Nikola's controversial deal almost fell apart — but the new, lower-key partnership could be great for both companies
General Motors and Nikola announced an updated deal, with GM no longer taking an equity stake and plans to build an all-electric pickup truck dropped.
How a teen went from being a paperboy to the founder of Adept, a major sneaker bot that has brought in over $1.3 million in sales since 2018
The teen founder of Adept Bots ran a paper route before creating the software program that would go on to bring in over $1.3 million in sales.