Google lured Abdul Razack from SAP and Andi Gutmans from Amazon Web a彩平台 to bolster its cloud business.
Amazon drops $2 coronavirus pay rise for warehouse workers as CEO Jeff Bezos' fortune nears $150 billion
Amazon has now phased out two major policies brought in to protect workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
From execs to budtenders, over 3,100 people have lost their jobs in cannabis. We're keeping track of all the cuts across the industry here.
Amid investigations, lawsuits, and slumping valuations, cannabis companies are reeling. To stay afloat, they're cutting workers.
Zoom expects to boost revenue by 200% and profits by 300% this year. These 5 charts show the video-conferencing upstart's explosive growth.
Zoom's stock price has already tripled this year, boosting its market capitalization to almost $59 billion.
'Pokémon Sword and Shield' are getting their first big expansion later this month, bringing new Pokémon and a brand-new area to explore
The first expansion for 'Pokémon Sword and 'Shield' will arrive on June 17, while the second one is set to arrive in the fall.
UC Berkeley students recreated more than 100 buildings on their 'Minecraft' campus 'Blockeley' — take a tour of the virtual university
College commencements around the country were canceled, and students have been recreating them online.
Coatue's $350 million quant hedge fund pulled money out of the market in a move that exposes the dangers of data-driven trades
Sources said that Coatue Management significantly reduced exposure in its quant fund as the global economy shut down in early April.
Startup Hippo is buying an insurer that has licenses to sell across the US — here's how the unicorn insurtech is flipping the script on incumbents
Rick McCathron, chief insurance officer at Hippo, spoke to Business Insider about the thinking behind the unicorn's planned acquisition of Spinnaker.
Palantir has faced scrutiny over its military contracts and ties to Cambridge Analytica.
In this week's Trending, we look at the backlash that could transform social media, and maybe even bring diversity to the tech and VC industries.
Brands and influencers are stopping their marketing campaigns to focus on messaging around the George Floyd protests
Brands are halting influencer campaigns to avoid tone deafness on social media during a week of widespread protests.
Google asserts it's upfront with users about how their data is collected while browsing Incognito.
Amazon workers slammed the company for supporting the George Floyd protesters while still flogging surveillance tech to police
An activist employee group challenged the company, tweeting: "Which police contracts have you cut? How many remain?"
Twitter says it's not tackling all misinformation on the app, only that with 'the highest potential for harm'
Users told Twitter it "shouldn't determine the truthfulness of tweets," but rather "provide context to help people make up their own minds."
THE GLOBAL 5G LANDSCAPE: An inside look at how the US, Chinaa彩平台, South Korea, India, Brazil, and Mexico are initiating the next phase of 5G development
In a new a彩平台 report, Business Insider Intelligence looks at the Global 5G Landscape across the United States, South Korea, Chinaa彩平台, India, Mexico, and Brazil.
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Here's an exclusive look at the pitch deck automation startup Anvil used to raise $5 million from Google's AI fund
Anvil raised the funding during the coronavirus lockdown and helped Minneapolis' Sunrise Bank apply $127 million PPP loans in just five days.
These former Apple execs have a track record of spotting unicorns. They've identified 3 post-crisis startup themes for a new $90 million fund.
These Apple veterans want to invest in startups that can navigate the current crisis.
If you're on the East Coast and you're having troubles with your TV and internet connection, you're not alone.
THE SMART SPEAKER REPORT: Smart speakers could be the fastest-growing digital platform ever — here's how to engage with customers through the devices
This report examines the evolving smart speaker market while breaking down top use cases and reasons why they are or aren't resonating with consumers.
A new report from Business Insider Intelligence outlines the basics of the IoT and what this next wave of technology means to the everyday individual.
A billionaire tech investor is calling out Apple CEO Tim Cook for not speaking up publicly about the company's values amid protests over George Floyd's death
Billionaire tech investor Vinod Khosla wants Apple CEO Tim Cook to speak out beyond the internal memo he sent to staff recently.
Prominent Silicon Valley venture capitalist Om Malik is urging people to boycott Facebook: 'You might be one person with just one account, but you are not powerless'
"Let go of the need for traffic or attention that has kept you coming back to the hell on earth that is Facebook," True Ventures' Om Malik said.
Silicon Valley billionaires are lining up to condemn racism. But the tech and VC industry has a shameful, decades-long history of ignoring and perpetuating inequality.
From Tim Cook to startup founders, Silicon Valley is speaking out about the death of George Floyd. But tech has its own longstanding racial problems.
Even the man who built Zoom sometimes forgets to hit the mute button, falling victim to a slip-up many people have experienced during the pandemic.
After Elon Musk called stay-at-a彩平台 orders 'fascist,' a worker in a reopened Tesla factory reportedly tested positive for COVID-19
CEO Elon Musk previously sent Tesla workers in California to work in defiance of the stay-at-a彩平台 orders in the state.
Online clothing retailer Stitch Fix is laying off 1,400 California employees and instead hiring in lower-cost cities like Austin and Minneapolis
The San Francisco-based company said the layoffs are not related to the pandemic, but the health crisis has dealt a blow to the retail industry.
The Trump administration was just hit with the first lawsuit challenging its executive order targeting social-media companies
The lawsuit argues that Trump's executive order violates the First Amendment.
In the Chatbots 101 report, Business Insider Intelligence breaks down how chatbots work and looks at the future of the market.
Lyft says rides are slowly rebounding as much as 73% in some cities as the United States slowly reopens
Lyft shares rose about 4% following the regulatory filing Tuesday as investors welcomed the rebound in the number of rides.
The sequined dinosaur toy that rode on SpaceX's historic launch was the winner of a vote by the astronauts' young sons
Astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley had their sons vote on the toy that would serve as a "zero-gravity indicator" on their historic SpaceX launch.
Facebook just launched a new tool that makes it easier than ever to delete your embarrassing old posts and photos
You can't delete photos that others have tagged you in with the Manage Activity tool, but you can hide them or remove tags in batches.
Tesla Autopilot's groundbreaking new feature gives it an edge over GM's Super Cruise, but Autopilot still has a big flaw compared to its major rival, an industry expert says
Tesla Autopilot's new feature allows it to recognize stop signs and traffic lights, but will slow down for a green light without driver intervention.
Netflix is set to dominate June with the return of fan-favorite shows like "The Order," "Dark," and "13 Reasons Why."
Tech workers are urging Facebook employees to quit their jobs in protest of the company's controversial decision to keep up Trump's post about the George Floyd protest
Some fellow tech workers are urging Facebook employees to step down from their jobs in protest, as more employees have been speaking out.
Mark Zuckerberg defends Facebook's decision to allow Trump's post in internal meeting even as employees protest and resign
Facebook is facing the largest employee revolt in its 16-year history. Some have staged virtual protests over the decision, and some have resigned.
Apple deals are surprisingly plentiful, but some aren't so great, so we only list those we think you'll like. Here are the best Apple deals right now.
A Facebook software engineer publicly resigned in protest over the social network's 'propagation of weaponized hatred'
Facebook is facing an unprecedented employee revolt — and now workers are starting to resign.
Amazon raised $10 billion in the bond markets, including $1 billion of debt yielding just 0.4% — reportedly the lowest rate in the history of US corporate bonds
Amazon, which has clearly come out as a winner during the pandemic, saw its $10 billion offering being oversubscribed by more than three times.
Internet users have opened up their hearts and wallets to help support the family of the man whose killing sparked nationwide protests.
Mark Zuckerberg should keep his little $10 million donation to racial justice groups and fix Facebook instead
Zuckerberg is trying to buy values, but given all the turmoil in America over the death of George Floyd, it would be better if he actually had some.
Twitter suspended hundreds of accounts that used '#dcblackout' to spread false reports of a communications blackout
Twitter suspended hundreds of accounts associated with a hoax that the federal government blocked communications in Washington, DC, amid protests.
Read the pitch deck that Uber founder Garrett Camp created for the ride-hailing giant back in 2008 – before the company became the $120 billion giant it is today
Here's the the pitch deck Uber founder Garrett Camp created for the ride-hailing giant back in 2008 – before it became a $120 billion company.
Huawei stockpiled billions of dollars worth of chips from suppliers, building a buffer against an escalated US crackdown on the Chinese telecom.
An ex-Facebook spokesperson says he was 'wrong' about the company's free-speech mission counteracting ignorance and is urging employees to take action
An ex-Facebook communications executive has published a letter to employees as the company is embroiled in controversy over its free speech policies.
Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao called the platform out for not shutting down r/the_donald after the company published a controversial letter addressing protests: 'So much of what is happening now lies at your feet'
Former Reddit CEO Ellen K. Pao said on Twitter that Reddit should have shut down r/the_donald, saying the platform nurtures white supremacy.
This is the 19-slide pitch deck two 22-year-olds used to nab $57 million in funding from Silicon Valley
BI Prime received Brex's permission to offer a look into the startup's full 19-slide pitch deck from its Series B funding round.
$46 billion Atlassian just launched 12 new DevOps features to help developer teams better focus on writing code and collaborate, especially as more teams work remotely
Atlassian added new DevOps features to its cloud products Jira, Bitbucket, Opsgenie, and more. The goal: Help developers spend more time writing code.
'I doubted us': Elon Musk says it took 100,000 people to launch 2 NASA astronauts into orbit — and that he wasn't sure SpaceX would ever pull off the feat
Musk thanked all the workers at NASA, his rocket company, and their contractors for the successful launch of Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley into orbit.
Companies like Netflix, McDonald's, and Target are speaking out amid the George Floyd protests — and some are actually taking action
Companies are taking a stand as social media amid the George Floyd protests. We took a look at those that are backing up their words with action.