From chief business officer Jeremi Gorman to chief strategy officer Jared Grusd, here's a who's who of Snap's new leadership team.
'Moonshot' startups to get a boost from new Apollo fund founded by former Y Combinator president Sam Altman and his 2 brothers
The Altman brothers raised a fund to invest in risky projects that are often overlooked by Silicon Valley's VC ecosystem.
China may pause its billions into innovative UK companies.
Amazon has started free grocery deliveries to some Prime members in the UK. The boss of British grocer Waitrose called it a 'nuclear' option in the battle for online shopping supremacy.
Free Amazon Fresh deliveries will be available in London and the south-east, but the Prime service will roll out to other cities by Christmas.
Boeing wrote a step-by-step guide for starting a new airline. Here's what it wants potential founders — and customers — to know.
The planemaker's StartupBoeing program is a clever way to help potential customers get off the ground.
Russia has been publishing English-language articles to spread COVID-19 disinformation to Americans, US officials said. It could skew the 2020 elections as it did in 2016.
Russia's GRU intelligence unit published 150 articles about the coronavirus pandemic via proxy websites. Many ridiculed the US pandemic response.
Jeff Bezos' ex-wife MacKenzie has donated $1.7 billion of her wealth since their divorce, and taken a new last name
In a blog post on Tuesday MacKenzie Scott announced she has donated $1.7 billion to 116 organizations.
An EU bank tweeted out the N-word after a hacker took over its account, weeks after Twitter's giant hack
Verified Twitter accounts are getting hijacked again.
10 things in tech you need to know today.
Money transfer unicorn TransferWise is now worth $5 billion after some employees and early investors cashed out
"We're very happy to not have to raise every two to three years to keep the business alive."
Peter Thiel, Trump's biggest supporter in Silicon Valley, is reportedly pumping nearly $1 million into a US Senate race in Kansas as he seeks new allies in Congress
Tech titan Peter Thiel has given up on Trump's campaign while seeking new political allies among other anti-immigration Republicans like Kris Kobach.
Elon Musk says Tesla doesn't want to crush rivals, and the company is open to licensing its self-driving software and battery technology
Musk's comments came in response to a story about German automakers envious of Tesla's sophisticated electric vehicle technology.
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.
Apple CEO Tim Cook releases opening statement ahead of historic congressional antitrust hearing: 'We make no concession on the facts'
Cook will testify alongside CEOs from Amazon, Facebook, and Google as part of an investigation into the companies' influence on the tech industry.
Sundar Pichai will tell Congress that Google's search and advertising business faces plenty of competition, and that its free products benefit the 'average American.' Read his prepared remarks in full
In his opening remarks, Google CEO Sundar Pichai is set to argue the company's search and advertising business faces plenty of competition.
Jeff Bezos will tell Congress that Amazon's size is a good thing, and that it faces plenty of competition from rivals like Walmart: 'Just like the world needs small companies, it also needs large ones'
Bezos and the top executives of Apple, Facebook, and Google are set to face Congress Wednesday in a historic examination of the tech industry's power.
Amazon said it would spend all $4 billion of its Q2 profits on COVID-19 responses. Wall Street still expects a profitable quarter.
Wall Street expects Amazon to report a profitable quarter, backed by strong COVID-driven sales and faster growth in high-margin businesses.
Cybersecurity experts warn that it may take weeks or months after the presidential election for a winner to be decided, thanks to the threats of security issues and litigation around the results
A panel of cybersecurity experts including former White House advisors agreed that results of the 2020 election may take weeks – or longer.
Apple's iPhone 12 is in a battle with the coronavirus. On Thursday, Apple will give a big clue about who won.
Apple reports its Q3 earnings on Thursday, but analysts are looking ahead to the iPhone 12 launch in the fall as a better indicator of Apple's growth.
Millions of Americans now find their bank branches closed and their paychecks gone. A new generation of VCs is looking to back financial technology startups that help
Business Insider spoke with 25 young investors who are looking to back startups addressing many of the problems that surfaced in the last 6 months.
The CEOs of Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon are set to testify before Congress in a historic antitrust hearing. Here's what's at stake for each company.
Here's what to expect when the CEOs of Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon testify to Congress during Wednesday's big tech antitrust hearing.
Mark Zuckerberg will tell Congress that Facebook's acquisitions are good for competition, according to a copy of his prepared remarks
Zuckerberg is set to testify before the House Antitrust Subcommittee, which is investigating whether the company engaged in anticompetitive behavior.
Startups like Instawork, Jitjatjo, and SnapShyft soared as the gig economy took off. Now many staffing apps are facing 'the lowest of the lows' as COVID crushes the businesses they serve
Staffing startups helped businesses find extra hands when times were busy. Now their fortunes rise and fall with those businesses amidst COVID-19.
Mark Zuckerberg is about to testify before Congress about Facebook and antitrust. Read his full prepared remarks here.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will argue in his opening remarks that regulation of US tech companies would only help China's tech aspirations.
Tech's biggest companies have been accused of antitrust violations. Here's what 'antitrust' means and how 'trust-busting' laws attempt to keep the biggest firms in US history from growing too powerful.
"Trust" refers to the big oil and railroad firms circa 1900. Antitrust laws were created to keep them in check, and now it may be big tech's turn.
Google is preparing for an antitrust grilling over its search and ads dominance, and the past few weeks have given its interrogators plenty of ammo. Here are the big things to look out for.
As Google prepares to be questioned by Congress, here are the big things it will be asked about, and the key points to look out for.
Shares of Docusign, Twilio and Zendesk have soared in the COVID-19 crisis -- and they'll likely continue rallying, according to a JMP Securities analyst who has a 'buy' rating to the stocks
Work-from-home stocks are hot, but Docusign, Twilio and Zendesk are poised to rise higher, according to a JMP Securities analyst.
Experts explain the three simple steps that every company can use to cut cloud software costs as economic turbulence leads to shrinking IT budgets
Companies looking to save money during the pandemic should take a closer look at their cloud software spending, experts told Business Insider.
Microsoft paid at least $270 million in stock for telecom software company Metaswitch Networks, filing shows
The acquisition comes just months after Microsoft likely paid more than $1 billion for 5G software company Affirmed Networks.
New York must pay Uber and Lyft drivers unemployment benefits after an 'inexcusable delay,' a federal judge ruled
The ruling is the latest legal victory for drivers as they seek benefits and labor protections typically guaranteed to traditional employees.
Airbus' new eVTOL that aims to usher in an era of flying taxis just took its first public flight – take a look at CityAirbus
Airbus is taking its expertise in aircraft and helicopter manufacturing to the eVTOL field with CityAirbus, which can fly above cities at high speeds.
We compared iPhone 11 to iPhone XS to see which is the better upgrade for iPhone owners — and the iPhone 11 is the clear winner
We took a look at the iPhone 11 and iPhone XS to break down the key differences, which phone you should buy, and whether the upgrade is worth it.
Trump is retweeting complaints of censorship after Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter take down hydroxychloroquine video
Trump has again accused social media companies of censorship after the removal of videos touting hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus cure.
The CEOs of the four biggest tech companies — Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple — are going to testify to a House committee. It won't be pretty.
What is alt text in WordPress? How to add image descriptions on your web page to improve accessibility and website ranking
Alt text in WordPress is a description you can add to images in web pages to assist blind and visually impaired people using a screen reader.
Brother, a Snapchat-focused entertainment brand with 24 million fans, told Business Insider that "it's really important" to be on TikTok right now.
A massive leak of confidential Nintendo information just confirmed a decades-old conspiracy theory involving 'Super Mario 64' and Luigi
After decades of mythic speculation, a major Nintendo leak just confirmed a decades-old suspicion: Luigi is, in fact, in "Super Mario 64."
WeWork is tapping big brokerage firms to help it fill space it gobbled up in NYC and Los Angeles. It shows how troubled the office market is.
Faced with large vacancies in its sprawling portfolio of office space across the country, WeWork has hired major brokerages to help it fill millions of square feet of space.
This Silicon Valley pharmacy raised $39 million in three separate rounds with the same bare-bones pitch deck
Truepill's founders went about the fundraising process very differently than many Silicon Valley entrepreneurs.
Netflix nabbed 160 Emmy nominations, the most of any network or streamer, but HBO's "Watchmen" leads other shows in nods.
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.
Take a virtual ride inside SpaceShipTwo, the Virgin Galactic rocket ship designed to fly passengers on the $250,000 trip of their lives
Virgin Galactic built a virtual-reality tour to give a taste of what it's like to ride aboard SpaceShipTwo, a six-seat rocket for space tourists.
There are several ways to put blank spaces and line breaks into an Instagram post, both in the app itself and with other apps.
How to create Instagram Stories with high engagement and reach, according to an influencer coach and an analytics company
Instagram Stories are allowing creators and brands to increase engagement and reach. Here are a few recent trends, explained by an influencer coach.
Google Drive is a cloud-based storage solution that allows you to save files online and access them anywhere from any smartphone, tablet, or computer.
Here's the pitch deck AI company Conexiom used to raise $40 million from Mark Zuckerberg's money manager ICONIQ to help businesses automate their sales and invoice processes
Conexiom's AI platform helps automate the processing of sales orders and invoices, which has become an even bigger need due to the pandemic.
Dog-like Boston Dynamics robots Fluffy and Spot will start working in a Ford plant in August — meet the pair
Boston Dynamics' four-legged robots became available for US companies to buy in June for $75,000, and Ford is one of the biggest yet.
The 25 questions Scott Galloway would ask the CEOs of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, and Google when they testify before Congress
The NYU professor says he'd question Jeff Bezos on Amazon's Washington lobbyists, and Tim Cook on Apple's control of the "app economy."
How top law firm Mintz is using AI to help reduce costs for clients and alleviate work for associates
Managing director John Koss offers insight into Mintz Levin's new e-data consulting group, which uses AI to streamline casework across practices.
Bill Gates says tech execs about to get grilled in front of Congress remind him of his own trip in front of legislators: 'I wish them well'
Ahead of Wednesday's blockbuster tech antitrust hearing, Bill Gates reflected on his own 1998 congressional hearing.