Science 2020-02-10T14:22:00Z
China coronavirus temperature check

The Wuhan coronavirus has now claimed more lives than SARS. Top scientists told us it could take years and cost $1 billion to make a vaccine to fight the epidemic.

Researchers are scrambling to curb an outbreak that has killed at least 900 people and sickened more than 40,500.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-10T14:19:00Z
chanel bag

These 14 startups let you borrow everything from sailboats to Cartier jewelry — and show how VCs are betting big on the Rent the Runway mentality

Be it for cost or convenience, consumers are getting used to the idea of sharing through both peer-to-peer platforms and direct-to-consumer sites.
BI Prime Advertising 2020-02-10T13:58:00Z
Amazon Alexa

Amazon is ramping up its pitch for audio ads after long promising Alexa would be ad-free

Audio ads through Amazon Music are part of Amazon's effort to show that its platform works for advertisers trying to build awareness.
BI Prime Media 2020-02-10T13:36:17Z

TikTok has become a powerful marketing tool for some Etsy sellers, who say they're using it to make thousands of dollars in art sales

With more than 1.5 billion downloads, TikTok has become a viable sales tool for artists looking to promote their art on the e-commerce platform Etsy.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-10T13:30:00Z

Two Sigma, Goldman, and Citi invested $41 million in data startup Crux Informatics. But the past 12 months has seen the startup churn through execs as it looks to solve Wall Street's data woes.

Crux Informatics has lost several executives, including its co-founder, over the last year, but brought on its first chief technology officer.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-10T13:00:00Z

Slack just scored its biggest customer deal ever, as IBM moves all 350,000 of its employees to the chat app

IBM employees started using Slack in 2014 for the very simple reason that they liked using it. Six years later, the entire company is switching over.
Tech 2020-02-10T12:28:01Z

Airbnb has shut down check-ins for Beijing because of the coronavirus, but still appears to have listings for Wuhan

Airbnb confirmed in a statement to Business Insider that it would refund customers whose reservations have been cancelled.
Tech 2020-02-10T12:19:29Z

Bill Gates says the best way to help poorer countries fight climate change is to make sure they're healthy enough to survive it

Countries near the equator – which are disproportionately poor by global standards – are likely to be worst hit by climate change.
Tech 2020-02-10T11:51:03Z

China says Huawei is the victim of a 'witch hunt' as it warns European countries not to freeze the company out of their 5G networks

China's ambassador to the UK says Conservative Party politicians opposing Huawei's involvement in Britain's 5G network are conducting a "witch hunt."
Tech 2020-02-10T10:00:29Z

Taika Waititi savaged Apple's much-loathed keyboard at the Oscars

After winning the Oscar for "Jojo Rabbit" Taika Waititi said Apple keyboards have gotten so much worse, "it makes me want to go back to PCs."
Tech 2020-02-10T08:57:37Z

10 things in tech you need to know today

China's ambassador to the UK says Conservative Party politicians opposing Huawei's involvement in Britain's 5G network are conducting a "witch hunt."
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-10T08:01:00Z

Bill and Melinda Gates prioritize climate change and gender equality as the main global issues to tackle on the 20th anniversary of their foundation

In their annual letter, Bill and Melinda Gates laid out their vision for the foundation's priorities over the next 20 years.
Tech 2020-02-10T05:36:00Z

AR IN SOCIAL MEDIA: How immersive experiences drive sales, improve customer engagement, and boost awareness

Business Insider Intelligence explores why brands should integrate AR into their ads and probes what's ahead for the space.
News 2020-02-10T05:19:05Z

Jeff Bezos was roasted during the Oscars opening monologue, with Chris Rock saying he is 'so rich' that even a divorce settlement couldn't put a dent in his net worth

"He's got cash," the comedian Chris Rock said during the Oscars opening monologue. "When he writes a check, the bank bounces."
BI Prime Advertising 2020-02-10T05:01:00Z

$4 billion snack maker Kind says it will spend 'tens of millions of dollars more' to market its new frozen and refrigerated products, and hit $1.6 billion in sales in 2020

The move comes on the heels of Kind acquiring Creative Snacks and confectionary giant Mars buying a minority stake in the company in 2019.

Samsung just revealed a new foldable smartphone during the Oscars — here's what we can tell about it from the short ad

Samsung has fine print saying that a crease where the screen folds is a "natural characteristic" of the phone.
Tech 2020-02-10T02:06:00Z

Chatbots 101: How AI is Fueling the Disruptive Force in Customer Relations

In the Chatbots 101 report, Business Insider Intelligence breaks down how chatbots work and looks at the future of the market.
Politics 2020-02-09T21:42:10Z

Nevada Democrats will use an iPad program to avoid an Iowa-like disaster in its upcoming caucus

Plans for the Nevada caucus on February 22 had to be altered quickly after the chaotic situation with Iowa's caucus.
Tech 2020-02-09T21:02:00Z

Top 3 Biggest Smartphone Trends

Business Insider Intelligence lays out the top three biggest smartphone trends for the next 12 months.
Politics 2020-02-09T17:35:24Z

Trump shared a doctored video of Pelosi ripping his speech that's been viewed millions of times, and Democrats are outraged Facebook and Twitter still won't remove it

Twitter and Facebook say the video, edited to show Nancy Pelosi ripping President Donald Trump's speech as he spoke, doesn't violate their policies.
Media 2020-02-09T15:54:26Z

'Birds of Prey' disappoints at the box office, bringing in only $33.2 million its opening weekend

The latest DC Comics release from Warner Bros. was projected to make between $50 million to $55 million its first weekend in theaters.
Strategy 2020-02-09T14:47:00Z

We did the math to calculate how many hours it takes America's top CEOs to make what their workers earn in one year

Several CEOs, including Disney's Bob Iger and Starbucks' Kevin Johnson, took less than a day to make a typical employee's annual salary.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-09T14:35:00Z

The 29-year-old founder of Impira used this pitch deck to raise $32 million for its AI to help customers like Goop analyze photos, video and other data

The company wants to make it easy to capture and sort all of the information that doesn't fit nicely in a spreadsheet.
Tech 2020-02-09T14:29:00Z

San Francisco's Sea Cliff neighborhood, where Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey owns $30 million worth of homes, is a parade of oceanside mansions. Here's what it's like inside.

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey is just one resident in the enclave on the opposite side of downtown that features stunning, high-priced villas.
Finance 2020-02-09T14:27:08Z

The spiritual mastermind behind WeWork, the execs Jeff Bezos counts on, and the last town before Mars

Adam and Rebekah Neumann. Jeff Bezos. Elon Musk. They dominated business headlines through 2019, and this week, I wanted to highlight a bunch of great stories on that very group.
Tech 2020-02-09T14:14:00Z

A parking space in a garage in San Francisco is selling for $100,000

The parking spot is currently leased out for $300 a month, and the realtor is promoting it as an investment to "park your money" in.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-09T14:14:00Z

Apple's Swift programming language is headed towards 'world domination' — here's why developers at Uber and Airbnb are placing their bets on it

Apple first launched Swift at its Worldwide Developers Conference in 2014. Since then, it's been embraced by Uber, Airbnb, Lyft, and Square.
BI Prime Transportation 2020-02-09T14:04:00Z

Investors who have been stunned by Tesla's stock-price surge need to keep a key vulnerability in mind

Investors have discounted Tesla's total exposure to the still-tiny electric vehicle market and have argued that it deserves a tech valuation.
Tech 2020-02-09T13:55:00Z

OnePlus is gearing up to release its first smartphone of 2020 — here's everything we've heard so far

We already know straight from OnePlus that the next smartphone will have an even better screen than last year's models.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-09T13:45:00Z

The CEO of security startup Netskope says that a driving force behind its monster $340 million funding round was the chance to work with Sequoia Capital

Netskope has been seeing high demand, as companies move to the cloud and search for ways to lets their employees securely use cloud software tools.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-09T13:17:00Z

Here's how people living in a tiny home make their space seem big, according to those who designed their houses themselves

Living in a tiny house is all about bringing the outdoors in and maximizing your storage space. Four tiny house dwellers share their tips and tricks.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-09T13:00:00Z

This pitch deck convinced Andreessen Horowitz to invest in unusual autonomous driving technology. See why the legendary firm led Smartcar's $2 million seed round.

The startup's unusual approach to in-car technology has earned it a $41 million valuation in a $10 million Series A in 2018.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-09T12:00:00Z

Here's why Casper's disappointing IPO could spell disaster for other unicorns

Casper raised less money than it expected and had to accepting a market capitalization less than half its prior valuation of $1.1 billion.
Tech 2020-02-08T22:03:00Z

AI 101: How learning computers are becoming smarter

In a new 2018 report, ?BI Intelligence,?Business Insider's premium research service, describes how AI works and looks at its present and potential future applications.
Media 2020-02-08T21:07:33Z

Deepfakes, videos manipulated by face-swapping technology, are showing up on the wildly popular 60-second video app TikTok

Deepfakes is a term for video or imagery manipulated with artificial intelligence to show something fake.
BI Prime Media 2020-02-08T18:05:53Z

A 22-year-old beauty YouTuber explains the main ways she makes money, from a merchandise line to a makeup palette with Tarte Cosmetics

Adelaine Morin runs a popular beauty and fashion channel on YouTube. She took us inside her influencer business and merchandise line with FanJoy.
Tech 2020-02-08T17:21:00Z

30 Big Tech Predictions for 2020

A list of?30 Big Tech Predictions for 2020?across Banking, Connectivity & Tech, Digital Media, Payments & Commerce, Fintech, and Digital Health.
Tech 2020-02-08T16:48:00Z

Elon Musk said the worst job he's ever had was so dangerous, it put him at risk of getting hyperthermia

Elon Musk said on a podcast that his least favorite job was a short-term position at a lumber mill when he was a teenager.
BI Prime Media 2020-02-08T16:01:00Z

How YouTube stars Dude Perfect built a sprawling business that makes an estimated $20 million in yearly income

Dude Perfect member Coby Cotton shared how the group has stayed relevant throughout the years by switching up their style of content.
BI Prime Media 2020-02-08T15:40:00Z

A conversation with YouTube star Guava Juice, who has 14 million subscribers and a toy line sold at Target and Walmart

Roi Fabito started his YouTube career out of boredom in 2006. Today he has grown the Guava Juice empire into a lucrative business.
Finance 2020-02-08T15:31:00Z

Goldman Sachs is going through a huge transformation under CEO David Solomon. Here's everything you need to know.

The bank has big consumer ambitions and is shedding its old-school image, and a slew of partners have headed for the exits.
Opinion 2020-02-08T15:16:00Z

The domination of tech giants like Uber and Facebook isn't a problem — it's part of a natural cycle

The consolidation of innovation among a few firms is an acceptable and desirable way for the economy to develop.
Media 2020-02-08T15:15:00Z

The top 9 shows on Netflix and other streaming services this week

The most in-demand original streaming shows this week include Netflix's "BoJack Horseman" and Disney Plus' "Star Wars: The Clone Wars."
Tech 2020-02-08T15:02:00Z

THE FUTURE OF APPLE: The road ahead for the tech giant is services, not iPhones

Apple’s has marked a shift in the company’s approach, with a focus on news, games, videos, and other content over the iPhone and other hardware.
Transportation 2020-02-08T14:41:00Z

Here are the 13 cars we can't wait to see at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show

Tons of awesome new cars will debut at the Chicago Auto Show, including a Mercedes camper van and a desert-ready Jeep. Here are some of our favorites.
Finance 2020-02-08T14:06:27Z

A slew of Goldman Sachs exits; Credit Suisse bonus clawbacks; WeWork's board shakeup

Wall Street Insider is a behind-the-scenes look at the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-08T14:05:00Z

Meet the 21 power players behind Microsoft 365, the mega-bundle of business apps that's getting shaken up after an executive shuffle

Microsoft 365 bundles together Office, Windows, and other key products — and it's a key part of Microsoft's strategy in the cloud wars.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-08T14:00:00Z

Google can claim rights over code that its employees write for outside projects, and former Googlers say this policy 'could potentially put' other projects at risk

Google has publicly documented rules owning intellectual property that employees create. Former Googlers share their experiences with this policy.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-08T13:45:00Z

From Amazon to Palantir, Silicon Valley is obsessed with 'Lord of the Rings' — but critics say that the tech industry is missing the point

The tech industry clearly sees a lot of itself in the "Lord of the Rings," but critics say that Silicon Valley doesn't get what the story is about.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-08T13:00:00Z

Meet Rebekah Neumann: Insiders describe the spiritual, strategic mastermind who was the driving force behind WeWork and her husband, Adam Neumann

Rebekah Neumann was a behind-the-scenes force at WeWork, protecting her CEO husband from himself while steering the $47B startup beyond its depth.
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