Google Cloud's VP of developer relations is leaving the company after his 10,000-word LinkedIn post about Israel sparked an internal backlash
Amr Awadallah, VP of DevRel at Google Cloud, is leaving the company a month after writing about his "story of redemption" from antisemitism.
Affirm, Klarna, and Afterpay are in the midst of a 'difficult moment' as big players like Apple and PayPal push into BNPL
Competition in buy now, pay later continues to grow, with new entrants like Apple and Barclays threatening to disrupt fintech's business.
The 5 startups Shopify has invested in this year show how serious the platform is about winning over small and medium-sized businesses
Shopify has invested in a same-day delivery provider, a maker of a startup-friendly financing product, and a startup focused on customer acquisition.
Oracle insiders say a key cloud VP is out after about a year. Here are the details on the big changes at Oracle's important cloud security business.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has reorganized its security unit, according to company insiders and an internal email viewed by Insider.
Dream, YouTube's most popular Minecraft creator, released a music video for his latest track "Mask." Here's what his collaborators had to say.
Matt Gaetz's campaign paid $25K to a Manhattan criminal defense lawyer who represented Jeffrey Epstein, new records show
Rep. Matt Gaetz paid criminal defense attorney Marc Fernich $25K in June, records show. Fernich lists Jeffrey Epstein among his "notable clients."
An Spotify artist's indie release was pulled out of obscurity after 'Grand Theft Auto' Twitch streamers drove millions of listeners to their song
Saint Punk's "Empty Bed" has become the anthem for the "Grand Theft Auto" "roleplay" community on Twitch.
Employees and analysts explain why the penny-pinching attempt to merge Kraft and Heinz and cut costs has failed
The strategy of merging companies while cutting costs worked at AB InBev and Restaurant Brands international until it met its match with Kraft Heinz.
These are the 13 Amazon executives with the most power under new boss Andy Jassy — including the 2 who were promoted as he rose to CEO
Amazon's new CEO, Andy Jassy, is already making his mark on the company with several high-profile changes to his top inner circle of executives.
Meet Shift5, the 50-person security startup quietly hiring execs away from hot startups like Tanium and Armis and landing millions in military contracts
Shift5 is a 50-person startup with a total of $2.5 million in VC funding – so how is it poaching talent from Tanium and landing military contracts?
Paramount+ is betting it can use big movies like 'A Quiet Place Part II' to attract new subscribers without tanking box-office returns
"A Quiet Place Part II" is now streaming on Paramount+ and available to rent on digital platforms after a shorter-than-usual exclusive theatrical run.
Meet the top 11 VCs who've bet the most cash on turning MDMA and magic mushrooms into medical treatments
Private psychedelics companies have raised hundreds of millions of dollars over the past year. Here are the major leaguers deploying the capital.
Netflix's product and operating chief has made key hires including a new gaming VP. Here are 12 top leaders on his team.
Netflix's operating and product chief Greg Peters oversees a lot of the details that go into the service, from pricing to new features like gaming.
Sam Nazarian's $500 million hospitality company is betting that ghost kitchens will raise the value of real-estate property
C3 aims to create lasting restaurant brands virtually and in person. It's raised $80 million from strategic partners like Reef Technologies.
A C-suite executive shared his performance review to all 1,400 people in the company to promote a culture of feedback. Read the email he sent.
Fredrick Lee, the chief information security officer of Gusto, wants to promote feedback and accountability, especially from leadership.
A top Wall Street analyst lays out why Schumer's legalization bill isn't a slam dunk for US cannabis companies
There are elements of the proposal that could both help and hurt current cannabis companies, Cantor analyst Pablo Zuanic said.
The city with the most high-paying jobs isn't a city — it's remote work. Here are 6 steps to landing a WFH role you love.
No longer limited by location, job seekers can launch a truly national, or even international, search for their next position.
MarketAxess and Tradeweb are disrupting how bonds are traded, and it's forcing banks to upgrade their tech
Tradeweb and MarketAxess have become integral tools for sales and trading desks. Their growth has opened the door for newcomers to eat bankers' lunch.
Documents reveal how Humana quietly backed a primary-care upstart, shedding new light on the major insurer's strategy
Humana owns about 170 senior-focused primary-care clinics. It funded 40 Iora Health clinics, according to SEC filings.
Tech startups can't hire fast enough. Here are 25 important people to know if you want to land one of those jobs.
Startup founders know that growing a team isn't about hiring lots of people so much as finding the right people. Talent partners can help.
The documents show how Pence has been spending taxpayer cash since leaving the White House in January.
Big brands like Nike and Neiman Marcus are snapping up tech companies to learn more about their customers as old ways of ad targeting go away
They're trying to better understand customers as online shopping soars and tech giants like Google and Apple restrict access to people's data.
A former Amazon Web Services exec explains how the cloud titan learned the difficult lesson of balancing growth and competing with its closest allies
The former AWS exec Tim Jefferson told Insider how the cloud giant navigated competing with its own partners and putting pressure on their business.
'Exploding' term sheets force founders to make life-changing decisions in as little as 24 hours. Here's what experts say to do if you get one.
More top firms are attaching expiration dates to their term sheets, VCs tell Insider. Here's what experts recommend you do if you receive one.
How Founders Fund and Khosla Ventures beat out 40 other VCs to colead a deal with one of Miami's hottest startups
Lula's Miami-native cofounders took some heat from the city's old tech guard because they took funding from Silicon Valley investor transplants.
Public relations companies are in a talent war, and they're dangling new perks to hire and retain as many employees as possible
One firm is offering bonuses of up to $10,000 to employees who refer top hires.
College dropout turned hedge fund manager Eric Khrom is up 47% this year. His latest investor letter lays out the drivers of his blockbuster performance.
Eric Khrom's $100 milllion manager runs a concentrated book of just 13 companies on average.
JaLisa Vaughn-Jefferson breaks down how she lands major brand deals, splits her time, and maintains her high engagement on Instagram.
Private equity investment in Hollywood is booming. Meet 13 players who backed hits from 'Knives Out' to 'Mare of Easttown.'
Private equity investors are playing a bigger role in entertainment as showbiz recovers from pandemic shutdowns and production and deal-making rev up.
A top Wall Street analyst lays out 4 cannabis stock picks after Schumer's sweeping marijuana legalization proposal
Pablo Zuanic laid out his top four cannabis stock picks after a trio of powerful Democrats proposed a marijuana legalization bill.
Both of the media companies' unions want more flexibility over how often employees can work from home.
$7.25 billion AI-powered software startup Gong just hired a new COO to help it grow and 'improve the life' of every salesperson
New COO Kelly Breslin Wright, who formerly worked at Tableau for 11+ years, will help the company expand overseas and land big customers.
JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley reported records in their units that lend to hedge funds as competitors bitten by Archegos pulled back.
Silicon Valley execs were so deliriously happy about Endgame's groundbreaking sales software, they convinced a big-time investor to lead a new $12 million round
Endgame's software helps companies like Figma, Loom, and Airtable make money more efficiently.
Merrill Lynch's talent pipeline is showing early signs of getting back on track after months of uncertainty
Bank of America's wealth management unit is rolling out its new advisor training program. More existing trainees are opting in than Merrill expected.
Meeting your colleagues IRL for the first time? Here are 6 ways to squash the anxiety and make a good impression.
If you took a new job during the pandemic and have yet to lay eyes on your co-workers, it's natural to have the first day of school of jitters.
"It's about prioritizing and figuring out what we can focus on and continuing down that road," Maxine Williams, Facebook's diversity head, said.
A personal shopper for East Hampton's most elite women charges $225 an hour and uses a spreadsheet to plan day-to-night vacation outfits for clients. Here's what her life is like.
One of Lisa Frohlic's clients gives each new houseguest a $2,000 handbag as a gift. Other clients ask her to Marie Kondo their closets.
Credit Suisse just rehired a specialty-finance dealmaker who's a double boomerang at the bank to rebuild its FIG team
David Stolzar, who had been at Credit Suisse for more than 15 years, is rejoining as Americas head of speciality finance, per a memo seen by Insider.
Leaked sales deck reveals how Discovery is pitching its new streaming platform against Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Disney+
Discovery+ is positioning itself as the leader in unscripted, ad-supported programming.
I know firsthand that having kids while young is penalized at work. If we're worried about declining birth rates, workplaces need to start supporting young motherhood.
We can't talk about declining birth rates without addressing how companies discourage women from having children during their most fertile years.
An investment chief at a $1.4 trillion asset manager outlines 3 different ways the drop in Treasury yields could affect the stock market — and explains why there could be 1970s-style inflation in the second half of 2021
Franklin Templeton's Sonal Desai considered the impact that the fall in bond yields could have on the stock market. Here are her three predictions.
A top KKR human-resources exec broke down the steps in the hiring process for investing roles and how the pandemic changed its approach.
I got into Dartmouth and Duke a year after I got rejected from every grad school I applied to. These are the 4 things I did differently.
After Raman Dutt was rejected from every grad school he applied to, the computer scientist changed tack and secured an Ivy League offer.
5 healthcare upstarts that want to make sure LGBTQ+ patients and minorities aren't excluded from high-tech primary care
Hot primary-care companies are flocking to the Medicare Advantage population. A handful want to ensure racial and sexual minorities aren't left out.
Fifth Third Bank is embarking on a massive tech overhaul with FIS that's set to shake up the entire firm, according to a top exec
Fifth Third is partnering with FIS to revamp its core deposit and wealth management systems, migrating them to the cloud.
From financial crime to supply chains, JPMorgan's head of AI research outlined the 7 areas the bank is looking to apply the tech
Manuela Veloso leads JPMorgan's AI research. She outlined 7 focus areas her team of experts are looking to take on.
Looking for a new career? eSports is exploding right now. A veteran shares her advice for breaking into the $44 billion industry.
Erin Ashley Simon charts her journey from college athlete and aspiring media professional to becoming an esports and gaming host.
Paul Ehrlichman has been one of the world's best stock pickers in the past year. He told us how he built his portfolio, where he's invested today, and what he thinks it will look like a year from now.
Paul Ehrlichman is one of the best performing stock fund managers of the last year. He explained his investing process and highest-conviction picks.
California Pizza Kitchen is quietly testing a dining room robot amid a national labor crisis that is forcing more restaurants to lean on autonomous technology
The pizza chain is testing an autonomous food runner by Richtech Robotics in California, which is seeing a boom in demand for its tech.