An elite 'ultra growth' investor explains how he's beating the market in 2020 — and analyzes 4 stocks he thinks will help him stay on top for the next 5 years
John Malooly's skill at identifying critical trends helped his small-company fund thrive. He explained the calls he's made as the market keeps rising.
A Wall Street firm studied every crash over the past 100 years — and concluded that the unusual performance of 7 tech stocks is masking the risk of a prolonged meltdown
An ongoing anomaly in the stock market raises questions about how long this rally will last, according to Societe Generale.
Senate Republicans want to protect employers from coronavirus lawsuits, setting up a clash with House Democrats over the next stimulus bill. Here's what the GOP is pushing for.
Businesses are worried about facing lawsuits if customers or workers get sick from the coronavirus. Republicans are working on a plan to help.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff explains how giving its salespeople a one-time guaranteed commission and allowing customers 'flexibility' on contracts are 'investments' that will help the company weather the economic crisis
To help employees and customers get through the quarter, Benioff said Salesforce took strategic steps to invest in the company's long term success.
President Trump's clampdown on social media could hurt startups and cripple competition with Facebook and Twitter
Aside from the legal concerns raised by Trump's order, VCs warn that it would burden startups with new costs that Facebook and Twitter can afford.
Rony Abovitz is stepping down as Magic's Leap CEO, describing the move as 'a natural next step' – read the memo he just sent staff
Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz has said he is stepping down from his role at the company, but a replacement has not been named.
Facebook tried to appease its conservative critics for years. It got hit by Trump's executive order on social media anyway.
Facebook has desperately fought to avoid allegations of anti-conservative bias for years, but it hasn't helped.
A developer says Microsoft led him on about a job and buying his tool before going silent and releasing its own very similar service. Now he wants an explanation and credit for his work.
The developer says Microsoft had a months-long discussion about hiring him and acquiring AppGet before cutting off communication and releasing WinGet.
Box had a better-than-expected quarter amid the work-from-home boom. CEO Aaron Levie explains how its pivot to letting its own employees work from anywhere will help it keep up the momentum.
Box's CEO says the company has not missed a beat when requiring employees to work remotely, and it's even made the business operate more efficiently.
Amazon could use its possible acquisition of the self-driving-car startup Zoox to make discounted robo-taxi rides a perk for Prime subscribers, Morgan Stanley says
"Discounted ridesharing for Prime members, would, in our view, be a meaningful driver of Prime growth," Morgan Stanley said.
Google is working with health systems and tech firms to track coronavirus in every county using data from hospitals and cell phones
The project, dubbed the National Response Portal, is collecting data on coronavirus testing, ventilator use, and movement.
Days after layoffs, an Uber exec sold over half her Uber stock for $8.6 million, while cofounder Garrett Camp has sold $69.6 million in stock since March 12
Jill Hazelbaker, who runs Uber's marketing, got tongues wagging by a big stock trade during these troubled times.
Trump is effectively inciting harassment of a Twitter employee in response to its content-policy enforcement. The company is in an impossible position.
Does Twitter back down, making a mockery of its rules — or hold firm and face escalating attacks and political scrutiny?
Web traffic data shows the biggest winners and losers across 11 different industries during the pandemic: Interest in Chipotle soared while Gucci traffic sank
Data from SimilarWeb shows just how much busier pandemic traffic for darlings like Zoom and Peloton have been since people were forced to stay inside.
Chasing a virus, glass shortages, and cold storage: 4 top execs leading the coronavirus vaccine race reveal how they're tackling the greatest challenges standing in their way
A coronavirus shot faces massive challenges in reaching the world and halting the pandemic. Here's how Big Pharma leaders are planning to succeed.
Inside the intricate TikTok campaign that helped Surfaces' 'Sunday Best' become a global hit and the Gen Z company behind it
Business Insider spoke with the head of marketing and strategy at Flighthouse about the company's strategy for making a song trend on TikTok.
An inside look at Eaze's latest pitch deck reveals vastly scaled back ambitions from the once-soaring cannabis startup
Business Insider got a look at cannabis startup Eaze's financial projections from 2017 to 2020. The documents reveal vastly scaled back ambitions.
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A smart home startup just raised $60 million from Amazon, Fifth Wall, and Bain days after launching an app that lets residents give remote access for deliveries, guests, and self-guided tours
SmartRent provides keyless entry, smart lights, and other software for apartment units and was launched by former Invitation Homes and Starwood Waypoint executives.
A tech veteran who led her last company through a sale and skyrocketing success was recruited as CEO of $641 million search startup Algolia to scale it through 'hypergrowth'
Previously, Bernadette Nixon served as CEO of Alfresco. Now, she will lead Algolia as its new CEO as it navigates through the coronavirus pandemic.