GOP insiders say the Trump campaign has decided to lean into culture war because it can't make attacks on Biden stick
President Trump's campaign sees a path to victory that involves both inciting and fighting a culture war in America, Insider has learned.
Shawn Mobley had spent the last decade rising through the ranks at Cushman. His abrupt departure comes as the firm's fortunes have sunk amid Covid-19.
Microsoft Teams' new features to use AI and its smart assistant in video conferencing show it's no longer just playing catch up with Zoom
Microsoft Teams announced some new features today that sets it apart from competitors like Zoom as it tries to make remote work less cumbersome.
A 'staggering' failure to adopt basic security habits led to 70% of companies storing data with Amazon, Microsoft, or other big cloud vendors getting hacked or exposing data last year, researchers say
Seventy percent of companies using cloud computing vendors get hacked or leak data, Sophos found, often due to basic security lapses.
Many of Palantir's founders and directors are already wealthy people. But they stand to gain even more should investors love Palantir's IPO.
More than 4,800 startups that applied for federal PPP loans in the coronavirus-led shutdown had raised venture funding in the last 2 years
CB Insights found many of the more than 9,600 investor-backed companies that applied for PPP loans had raised funding in the last 2 years
YouTube is the world's biggest online video company, and it's making a bigger push into TV and streaming.
The cuts came as clients have slashed spending due to a weaker-than-expected recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
The inside story of how health IT company Cerner partnered with Salesforce to use marketing software to keep people healthy
Cerner and Salesforce teamed up to help healthcare providers use patient data to remind people of appointments and to stay healthy.
How to get your work to install all-gender bathrooms before everyone returns to the office, including the exact email to start the conversation
You can use this letter to explain to managers the benefits of all-gender bathrooms, and what they should include when they're installed.
Drugmakers will need to test their coronavirus vaccines in tens of thousands of people to see how well they work. Here's an inside look at how vaccine makers like Moderna, J&J, and AstraZeneca are teaming up with top doctors to pull that off.
Vaccine candidates from Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, and AstraZeneca will all be tested as part of the COVID Prevention Trials Network.
Google has abandoned plans for a cloud service in China after the COVID-19 pandemic aggravated political tensions with the US
Google has scrapped plans for a cloud project in China and other 'sensitive' countries, after the pandemic aggravated geopolitical tensions.
Inside the legal industry's reaction as it deals with the messy optics of white-shoe law firms taking PPP money
Law firms including Keker Van Nest & Peters, Kasowitz Benson and Boies Schiller Flexner, are among firms listed as approved for PPP loans.
Amazon will start displaying third-party seller names and addresses on its US site to bolster customer information and battle counterfeit products
The move is intended to give customers more information about the merchants they're buying from, and add consistency across its site, Amazon said.
A top industry executive says there are 3 major players in autonomous vehicles, and Waymo, the most talked-about company in the business, isn't one of them
An AV company needs money, a talented software team, and close ties to an automaker to become a major player in the industry, Karl Iagnemma said.
Home prices are set to plummet in the next year on the new coronavirus spike — here's how much and which markets are most at risk
A CoreLogic report predicted a fall in house prices in every US state through May 2021, and found 39% of the 100 largest US metros to be 'overvalued.'
3 Black millennials who are heirs to major enterprises discuss how they're continuing the family legacy
Marcus Jordan, the son of basketball legend Michael Jordan, carved his own path within his father's legacy by founding retail company The Trophy Room.
Meet Peggy Johnson, the Microsoft and Qualcomm veteran who's been tapped to turn failing mixed-reality startup Magic Leap into a success
Peggy Johnson is known for helping Microsoft build — and often repair — business relationships, and experts say that's just what Magic Leap needs.
Inside Regeneron: How a 32-year-old biotech that fought Ebola and made its founders billionaires is leading the coronavirus-treatment race
Regeneron has made its longtime leaders billionaires after three decades of science. What comes next for the biotech in the race for a COVID-19 drug?
Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian says esports investments have 'wayyyyy more upside potential' than traditional sports, so we looked into the hottest companies worth following
Experts predict the industry will top $1 billion in revenue in 2020 as social-distancing has affected esports less than traditional sports.
Meet 14 top Microsoft execs and other power players who left the company since Satya Nadella took over as CEO — and where they are now
An analysis of the most high-profile Microsoft executive departures help shed light on how the company's transformation has taken shape.
Personal finance experts outline all the costs parents have to consider before their new baby arrives and how they can save up.
This team sold their last startup to Dropbox for $100 million. Now they're back with Navigator, an app to make meetings much more efficient in the Zoom era.
The team that once tried to fix email with Mailbox is now trying to make remote meetings more manageable with Navigator.
Don't leave your job in a recession — even if you hate it. Here's how to make work less miserable before you can reasonably quit.
If you're unhappy at work but worried about the implications of quitting in a recession, take heart. There are ways to alleviate the daily stress.
UBS has compiled an investing playbook for all the possible election outcomes. Here are the 6 trades it recommends to profit from a Trump triumph — and 10 for a Biden blue wave.
UBS says there's a historic level of economic uncertainty ahead of the presidential election, and it's telling investors how to trade any outcome.
The markets in these 10 cities range from 2,667 square feet on average for a $250,000 house to 5,407 square feet.
Palantir could follow Spotify and Slack by using a direct listing to go public instead of a standard IPO. Here's why that makes sense.
Palantir could be ideally situated to go public with a direct listing rather than a traditional IPO, venture investors told Business Insider.
Buy these 15 stocks that are shielded from COVID-19 fallout and primed to beat the market even as virus cases spike, Evercore says
This group of 'quarantine' stocks is already beating the market — and Evercore expects more gains even as coronavirus cases continue to spike.
America's largest employers like Amazon and Target haven't cracked the code on how to test employees for coronavirus. That spells trouble for reopening the economy and keeping employees safe.
As the US reaches new highs in coronavirus cases, many employers aren't testing workers for COVID-19.
'Hamilton' creator Lin-Manuel Miranda's best advice for juggling projects, meeting deadlines, and never throwing away your shot
The composer, actor, rapper, playwright, and father knows a thing or two about getting his work done.
Trump hyped hydroxychloroquine against medical evidence. Taxpayers have devoted $88 million to researching and purchasing the drug, even though it doesn't work.
The CEO of private jet firm Jet Linx reveals why it just acquired one of its competitors — and why he wants his company to 'charge ahead' during the pandemic
Jet Linx is expanding during one of the worst economic periods for the US and betting heavily that travel will recover even as the pandemic rages on.
How to get accepted into INSEAD — the top feeder school to McKinsey & Company and other major consulting firms — according to students, alumni, and admissions consultants
Poets & Quants called INSEAD business school "the king of consulting," noting that the program sent over 40% of its grads into the industry in 2019.
Morgan Stanley shared a detailed timeline for the top coronavirus vaccine efforts and says we'll know if a shot works by November
Here's how the top investment bank sees the race for a vaccine playing out in 2020 with leading vaccine programs by Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca.
The CEO of an Alphabet-backed fintech pitching itself as your 'smart friend' to text for financial advice explains its pay-what-you-like fee structure
CEO Yinon Ravid said Albert's goal has always been to give financial advice from humans — not bots, which he said are "crappy" — to customers.
Popular coding platform HackerRank is launching its first-ever virtual college career fair that its CEO says could help companies improve diversity: 'Your pool suddenly got 10x bigger'
Virtual career fairs provide companies the opportunity to hire from schools around the country as opposed to visiting a handful of colleges every year
Walgreens just made a $1 billion bet on bringing doctor's offices into its pharmacies, and it shows how the pharmacy giant is taking on CVS and Walmart as they beef up their health ambitions
Walgreens just made a big bet that it can use its retail pharmacy footprint to help people go to the doctor.
Revenue for Google's Waze fell by 60% as a fallout of the coronavirus. Here's the pitch deck it is using to woo advertisers back.
As cities begin reopening, Waze is pitching its effectiveness and its latest ad format.
Fintech investors see more red tape for the booming payments space following the Wirecard scandal, and say that costs to comply could crimp newcomers' growth
Insiders say startups in the payments space should expect additional scrutiny from regulators and investors alike in the wake of the Wirecard scandal.
Inside Peacock's strategy to entice streaming viewers and cord-cutters with 7,500 hours of free TV and 40 linear channels
NBCUniversal's Peacock lands nationally on July 15, with a free tier and two subscription offerings.
174 units with no prior experience: Here's the creative real-estate investing strategy a former Marine is using to generate 'crazy' cash flow
"From day one, I guess you'd say I was financially free just signing the closing documents," Matt DeBoth said.
Here's how Anthony Scaramucci's SkyBridge offloaded stakes in 2 funds after credit markets seized up
One of the funds began accepting new client money in June after a rocky March, when credit funds generally struggled.
Finance startups are launching new products designed for influencers including an app that lets YouTubers get paid early
Fintech companies are raising funds and launching financial products for YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram creators.
How a 41-year-old 'house hacker' built an $8 million real-estate portfolio that would let him retire now — if he wanted to
Mike Hills went from $25,000 in student-loan debt 19 years ago to a portfolio that includes eight single-family homes, a condo, and a trailer park.
Influencers on YouTube, Instagram, and TikTok now have their own trade association. Its founder explains the industry changes she's pushing for.
The American Influencer Council is the first trade association for influencers and digital content creators and launched formally on June 30.
Check out the pitch deck security startup PQShield used to raise $7 million in funding to fight quantum hacking
The firm was spun out of Oxford University before being backed by an ex-Deutsche Bank executive.
Here's why IBM is buying a Brazilian software automation startup, adding fuel to a hot market that even Microsoft is trying to buy its way into
IBM said Wednesday it is acquiring WDG Automation, a Brazilian automation company, highlighting the growing importance of robotic process automation.
VCs just poured $5.4 billion into startups forging the future of healthcare. Here are the 11 top digital health startups that took home the most cash.
Digital health is on track to have its best funding year ever, fueled by outsized deals, as VCs up their bets on telemedicine and drug delivery.
Rivals Visa, Mastercard, Amex, and Discover are partnering up for one-click checkouts to compete with the likes of Apple Pay and PayPal as e-commerce booms
The card networks have partnered on a one-click checkout button, which they say could help smaller merchants compete with the likes of Amazon.
Here's an exclusive look at the pitch deck that Dubai-based proptech startup Nomad used to raise $4 million
A startup founded by former employees at Blackstone, Addepar, and Uber is seeking to digitize the Middle East's offline property culture.