[credit provider=”Michael Seto, Business Insider”] Hundreds of people attended Business Insider’s Startup 2012 conference yesterday at New World Stages in New York City.Speakers included Huffington Post president and editor-in-chief Arianna Huffington, Gilt Groupe founder and CEO Kevin Ryan, Fab.com founder and CEO Kevin Goldberg and many more.
[credit provider=”hans s” url=”/photos/archeon/”] Business Insider needs a talented front-end person to join our hard working, ping-pong-playing, tech-talking, and fast-growing engineering team.
The world of enterprise computing is in the middle of a once-in-a-lifetime shakeup.
Business Insider is looking for several awesome experienced backend PHP developers to join the fast-paced and exciting world of being an engineer at a journalism startup.We’re looking for some strong PHP developers who have tech chops, a startup mindset, and the ability to work hard and play hard. Business Insider […]
[credit provider=”Gizmodo” url=”Click%20here%20to%20see%20the%20mega-mansions.”] Leading tech giants not only know how to build successful careers, they know how to create real estate empires. These monster homes are not just relaxing retreats, they’re technologically advanced powerhouses that stimulate some of the most brilliant technology driven masterminds.
It’s weird to write this, but after spending the last four years at Business Insider / Silicon Alley Insider, I’ll be leaving at the end of June to focus on some new projects.
Business Insider is launching a new section that will cover the latest business gadgets, hotels, accessories, amenities and other must-haves for busy execs.
We’re thrilled to announce that Matt Rosoff is joining us as West Coast editor.
Our media editor, Joe Pompeo, is doing a great job building our media-industry coverage all by himself, but the man needs help.
Business Insider is launching a new section that will cover the latest business gadgets, hotels, accessories, amenities and other must-haves for busy execs. To do so, we’re creating two new positions: a lead editor/writer and a reporter.
Here at Business Insider, we’re expanding to conquer new challenges, and we’re currently seeking some skilled PHP developers to join our tightly-knit elite team of technical samurai.I’m the new Chief Architect up in here, recently taken over for Ian White, and we have some big plans for the near future […]
OK, folks, here’s something we’d love your help with: SAI is looking for a great editor-in-chief. We’d be grateful if you would help us find one.
UPDATE: Deadline End of Business Today!
We need someone to lead our awesome development team! This is an amazing job for the right person. Business Insider is a fast-growing, high-traffic website. Your work will be appreciated by a big audience, as you work on a system serving over a million daily pageviews. Our tech team is […]
Just in time for the U.S. Open, Business Insider held its first-ever annual golf outing at Wykagl CC in Westchester, NY.On hand were Jay Yarow, Nicholas Carlson, Dan Frommer, and COO Julie Hansen.
[credit provider=”www.besthike.wordpress.com”] We are are thrilled to have such a smart, vocal, and engaged community at Business Insider. We’re also sick of wading through dozens of dreck comments to find the funny, valuable ones.So we’re declaring war on crappy comments!
We got sick of our RSS reader. So we built a more convenient web-based one. And you can use it, too!
Apple god John Gruber at Daring Fireball adds another accolade to our editor’s trophy case:
Last time I posted about a job, we ne eded a skilled backend PHP developer. We searched and eventually found a great developer, Andrei Shevtsov, to join our team. Now, we’re looking for another one!
Good news! The Business Insider is growing really fast, and we need a bunch more talented folks to join the team.
Warning: this post is intended for developers. It gets a bit technical!
As The Business Insider continues to grow, we need another PHP developer to help build new features.
Our tech gurus Ian White, Jason Merriman, and Andrew Fleming have added a cool new feature to The Business Insider: You can now log in and comment using your Facebook account, instead of creating a separate Business Insider login and password.
Our email business has grown big enough that we need someone to run it for us.
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Last Tuesday I got mowed down by a hit-and-run driver while riding a scooter* in New York. My ankle was severely dislocated, and I spent the next six days on drugs in the hospital.
If Mike Arrington’s CrunchPad can take on Apple in the touch PC pad industry, we can too.
This post will be short because I’m whacked out on painkillers and waiting for surgery.
It’s true! And it’s Friday. And our sales team has been kicking arse lately. So we’d just thought we’d brag about it for a minute.
As we scanned the list of potential uses of the $800+ billion of bailout money this morning, we were startled to note that Save Silicon Alley Insider and Clusterstock was not among them. We assume this is an oversight.
As NASA’s Pheonix Mars Lander made its way down to the Red Planet yesterday, you could catch live coverage on TV, on the Web, and… on Twitter! More than 3,000 Twitter users have been following the Phoenix tweet stream, which included landing updates and links to video and other Web […]
We’ve argued that there will soon be a big blog-network consolidation wave. We’ve argued that big media conglomerates will eventually start scarfing up the leading blog networks. We’ve argued that someday TechCrunch might sell to CNET for $100+ million.
In light of the developments at CNET–senior management responds to the takeover play by adopting poison pill and severance agreements–we feel it is only prudent to adopt a Shareholder Rights Agreement of our own. A few weeks before Jana launched its hostile CNET takeover, we made a friendly offer for […]
We are thrilled to announce that Variety‘s veteran TV, Technology, and Big Media reporter Michael Learmonth is joining SAI. We can’t find a picture of Michael anywhere, but he’s a tall, thin, dark-haired fellow, and he’s being outfitted with a brand new Mac as we speak. He’ll be analysing the […]
If you tried to read SAI in the past hour, you might have noticed that the site was slow or dead. We noticed immediately, of course, and we called the paramedics (our own multi-talented, indefatigable Dan Frommer), who rushed in with the defibrillator paddles. And now, much emergency-room effort and […]
As Henry posted earlier, we have switched SAI’s publishing platform and are hosting from a new server. We’ll be tweaking the formatting so things look a little nicer, but our biggest concern is that everything works. If you find a dead link or can’t do something basic — like comment […]
We will be making some changes to SAI’s technology platform this afternoon. We apologise in advance for any site problems that may arise from this. If you encounter any bugs, dead links, or other problems in the next few days, we would be grateful if you would let us know […]
We’ve begun revamping our Community Twitter room, with the tweets now organised in chronological order as well as by member (thanks to Twitter investor and user Fred Wilson for the suggestion). We’ve also created an RSS feed for those who absolutely, positively want to know what everyone in the community […]
Venture capitalist and A VC author Fred Wilson has weighed in on us: He likes our site–especially our industry analysis and Community Twitter–and loathes the term “Silicon Alley.” He has therefore re-christened us the Insider.
Nothing like having a supportive community. Alley entrepreneur and SAI contributor Nate Westheimer noticed that we’ve started running some AdSense ads (right, below, etc.) and immediately suggested alternative revenue models. We’re already working on some of them, but we’re still grateful. We also assume Nate’s ideas might be valuable to […]