Apple Pay Later will let you buy products through Apple Pay and then split the payments over several months, the sources told Bloomberg.
Mark Zuckerberg told Peter Thiel and Jim Breyer he wouldn't know what to do with the $1 billion Yahoo offered in 2006, per an "An Ugly Truth."
Tesla is building a neighborhood, Biden is going after Big Tech, and tech workers are flocking to 10 US cities: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The Government Accountability Office surveyed 42 federal agencies on their use and regulation of facial recognition technology.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway and the pipeline seller said they are abandoning the sale due to "ongoing uncertainty" that the FTC would approve it.
Keep the initial reach out message short and concise, and don't ask for favors unless you develop a genuine relationship.
Over the past five years, tech workers have moved from major cities to smaller markets - two of which are in Canada.
In the Bush, there are no movie theaters, bowling alleys, or coffee shops, so Taryn Williams, 28, spends time with her dog, Betty, and her students.
Bill Gates suggested his divorce from Melinda French Gates was "his fault" in an "emotional" Sun Valley conference Q&A, the New York Post reported.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk could have had a lucrative career on Wall Street, he suggested in a court hearing on Monday.
Facebook employees are irked by racist comments, Elon Musk is in court, and a new crypto-friendly hotel opened: 10 things in tech you need to know.
There's a viral TikTok trend where people are sticking garlic cloves up their noses to relieve nasal congestion. A doctor says it could be harmful.
Workers were asked how they would respond should their employer ask them to return to the office full time in August, they were split over whether they would comply or quit.
Jen Glantz has had a successful career, but often the journey can be lonely. She's found mentors to guide her via social media and recommendations.
Musk dreams of a Mars colony, while Bezos envisions a moon base. Branson's Virgin Galactic may make transcontinental flights lightning-fast.
"I recently spent $2,000 posting job listings on Indeed and only received 10 resumes," says Zach Erdem. "Servers took home $5,000, because we're busier than ever."
Musk visited Branson before his flight, AI powered tiny homes arrive in the UK, and issues at Amazon Prime Air: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Residents of Truth or Consequences, a small, desert city, attended a watch party of the Virgin Galactic launch on Sunday. Many hope the milestone launch ushers in a new era of space tourism.
The company estimates it will cut TV manufacturing costs by 70% by completely removing humans from production lines, an exec told the Financial Times.
The letter provides a glimpse into the brilliance of Jeff Bezos. Among the biggest takeaways: Leaders must be honest about risks.
A new View Once feature was rolled out to iOS beta testers on Friday. Android beta testers are also testing the feature.
Integral Images has filed a $150,000 lawsuit against the "Levitating" singer for an alleged breach of copyright, according to BBC News.
The legendary sprinter told CNBC that he wasn't always good with money, and splurged more than he'd have liked while he was gaining worldwide fame.
In this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter, we look at Amazon's big leadership shift and some other high-profile exec moves.
I never thought I'd never need a printer as a 26-year-old. Then the pandemic - and new online shopping habits - hit.
Right now, Keith Bevans says job-hunters need be open-minded and flexible rather than hyper-focused on any one company or position.
Burrito chain Chipotle is accepting TikTok video resumes for job applications as US retailers struggle to find new staff.
The move was made to reduce the "volume of distressing videos" human moderators had to review, said Eric Han, TikTok's head of US safety.
"My longest-running paid games are three years old at this point, and I've never had anybody leave a game," says Todd Carlstrom.
'An Ugly Truth' reveals new details about what exactly went down when Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg first learned about Russian interference.
Richard Branson is headed to space, Instacart got a new CEO, and Dodge is building an electric vehicle: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The senior privacy engineer has been with Google since 2014 and said he's quitting after the company fired two of its top AI ethicists last year.
The denial came after purported documents circulated online alleging that McBroom and his family were facing eviction from their California home.
Microsoft is the latest company to give its employees some extra cash for working through a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, The Verge reports.
Zogo is a fintech startup from Gen Z cofounders that seeks to make learning about finance fun.
In a viral TikTok video, phrases like "supporting black excellence" and "pro black" appeared to be flagged, while phrases like "pro white" were not.
"I was stubborn and didn't seek out a mentor ... this caused me to lose several years of growth and income," says Lindsay Yaw Rogers.
Doug Wright became a cleaner at his local McDonald's in 1981. He was made restaurant manager in four years - and opened his first restaurant in 2002.
"TikTok Resumes" debut, Spotify employees are irritated with Joe Rogan, and billionaires arrive in Sun Valley: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Ballmer's fortune has risen to $101 billion, making him the ninth person to hit that level of wealth, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires' Index.
While many parents refuse to vaccinate their children, there's a surge of teens using the internet to share vaccination resources with each other.
Avani Desai is president of a CPA firm and insists that women don't need to choose between motherhood and a successful career.
The vulnerability allows attackers to easily install programs, edit or delete files, view data, or create new user accounts, Microsoft said.
The Pentagon canceled a $10 billion contract, a new Nintendo Switch is coming, and 13 people have left Salesforce: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The British central bank is the latest in the banking sector to revealed its plans for hybrid working, but its approach differs to others.
Your performance starts as soon as you enter the room. Instead of looking down at your notes, engage with the people around you to calm your nerves.
Founder Jen Glantz says aspiring entrepreneurs should write out a business plan, research competitors, and use beta testers to get feedback.
Twitter's NFT giveaway led Margaret Corvid to win the "Reply Guy" GIF, which she sold after receiving an offer equivalent to $110,000.
The trial saw more than 2,500 employees work a four-day week.
Job seekers are in high demand right now. Candidates can use this advantage when interviewing with potential employers.
Todd McKinnon told Okta staff about his own plans for an upcoming family vacation in Napa to remind them of the importance of taking breaks, he said.
Employees and consumers increasingly favour brands with purpose. But that's not the main reason they quit.
Jeff Bezos wrote that he was looking for someone who could perform tasks "in about one-third the time that most competent people think possible."
Diamond expert Thelma West explained her route to success in the diamond industry, detailing the struggles she faced as a Black creative.
Tim Waddington has become an expert in the profitable koi trade. He told Insider he runs a rapidly expanding business by sourcing high-class fish
App stores will remove the Didi app as the company seeks to rectify what the government described as "serious violations of laws and regulations."
Insider spoke to three workers about why they ditched their jobs in the hospitality and entertainment industries during the pandemic.
Americans usually retire at 65 with a net worth of $266, 400 - but Amazon founder Jeff Bezos's situation is far from ordinary.
Many people expect to simply 'find' their passions, but in reality it takes time and intentional effort to nurture and develop them fully.
Perseverance's AutoNav system lets it take charge of its drive around Mars without heavily relying on human intervention.
"The good news for shareowners is that a single big winning bet can more than cover the cost of many losers," Bezos said.
An Indiana-based woman was only able to recover a fraction of the money she lost to a man who convinced her to hand over personal details.
'Chav' TikTok videos are showing up on the feeds of millions of young people, and experts worry it's contributing to pervasive class prejudice.
Bezos' work-life balance will get a bit of a shift when he steps down on July 5. A few days later, he'll head to space.
Junior bankers get up to $25,000 raises; Inside Paul Weiss' relationship with Apollo; JPMorgan sounds the alarm on third-party trading venues.
If a product isn't selling on Amazon, the cheapest option for third-party retailers is to pay Amazon to get rid of it.
Amazon on Friday granted incoming CEO Andy Jassy stock worth about $214 million, which will vest over a decade.
One FaZe Clan member was removed from the esports group and three have been suspended after promoting the controversial Save the Kids cryptocurrency.
"Everybody who joins Crisp feels like they have a connection to the mission that we have as a company," CEO Are Traasdahl said during Insider's event.
Jessie Woolley-Wilson hosts a monthly meeting- the most well-attended meeting company-wide, she said - to talk about diversity, equity, and justice.
"Just because we did it doesn't mean we're going to do it again," Devika Bulchandani, CEO of Ogilvy, said.
Andy Jassy has been at Amazon for 24 years and is one of the highest-paid executives at the company, earning $36 million in 2016 alone.
Osteopathic med student Darian Dozier says learning to speak up in class and proactively seek help from professors helped turn her first year around.
Historian Robert Caro is one of the world's most celebrated writers. His book "Working" is about his process, and there's 1 simple rule anyone can use.
Black women deal with misogynoir - a toxic mix of sexism and racism - in the workplace. Remote work helps them better control such stressors.
Jeff Bezos steps down as Amazon CEO on Monday. Here's what to expect from incoming CEO Andy Jassy. Plus, Robinhood filed its IPO documents.
Users are getting prompts and warnings that they may have been exposed to extremist content. Facebook says this is part of its efforts to combat extremism online.
TikTok's "Glitch Queen," a 17-year-old named Vanessa Clark, skyrocketed to fame after popularizing "glitching," the hottest dance of the summer.
Pinterest is the first big tech platform to ban weight loss ads as people go out more often this summer after being indoors most of 2020 due to COVID.
Apple employees are pushing back against Tim Cook's office return plans. Other businesses will have to deal with similar tensions.
The rise of Andy Jassy, Lime's newest form of transportation, and Google's Search shakeup: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Immigrant entrepreneurs are a driving force behind many of America's tech startups. But it can be hard for them to get to the US in the first place.
"We saw with COVID-19 that we could potentially lose a decade of human gain. This concept of leaving no one behind is really important."
"I'll always remember hosting as the easiest way I ever made money - it didn't take a lot of my time and it gave me joy," says Sasha Im.
Make yourself approachable to discuss accommodations and recognize that not all chronic illnesses are visible.
Johnny Hackett's online directory of Black-owned businesses, #BlackDollarNC, has an interactive map of 1,100 companies for customers to check out.
This series examines the historical causes, current policies and societal norms that perpetuate unfair, avoidable differences for marginalized groups.
Choire Sicha quit his position at The New York Times this year. On June 21, Sicha offered important career advice for anyone dealing with burnout.
Business leaders should recognize the healthcare and workplace barriers that keep their trans employees from being their full selves at work.
A 2020 AARP study estimated that the US economy could lose out on nearly $4 trillion by 2050 as a result of older workers facing discrimination.
The CEOs of Walmart International, Ancestry, and AT&T Business share the obstacles women face when climbing the corporate ladder.
In an episode of "The View," Sunny Hostin said Charli D'Amelio "misappropriated" Black TikTokers' dances without giving them credit.
Amazon workers share what it's like to work there, employees dish on Gates, and SpaceX delayed a rocket launch: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The YouTuber-streamer has been "canceled" for so many reasons that the idea that he's "uncancellable" has evolved into an aspect of his own brand.
This blisteringly quick, virtual ride-along up Colorado's famous Pikes Peak will make your palms sweat.
Targeted support for employees of color - including training on racial equity - correlated with much higher revenues, Henley Business School found.
The ensuing rally lifted it into the trillion-dollar club as markets gave it a huge "like" and lifted the rest of the tech space, an analyst said.
The inside story of the Great Jones drama, Uber's latest competitor, and a foldable Kindle: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Linus Torvalds is one of the most influential figures in the world of open source software, having created Linux and Git. He's got some thoughts.
In less than a month, writer Michelle Juergen saw huge changes in her personal relationships and says she owes it to 4 key lessons from the book.