Amazon wanted to buy Signal, Facebook can be held liable for sex trafficking, and Cisco salaries are revealed: 10 things in tech you need to know.
A YouTube channel focused on logging the treatment of Uyghurs went offline earlier in June but was later reinstated.
SpaceX is planning an imminent Starship orbital mission, but its licence only covers suborbital flights of the prototype, Space News reported.
Ballet dancers at the Royal Ballet in London and American Ballet Theater in New York City rely on their chosen shoemaker to get the design perfect.
"Hip hop emerged out of Black voices being suppressed," says filmmaker Josh Otis Miller. "Imagine a world where Black ideas and Black tech businesses get a voice."
Apple and Microsoft are both launching new features that improve video calls and help us manage work life balance in Windows 11 and macOS Monterey.
How Jeff Sine became SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son's deal whisperer and built The Raine Group into a $4 billion investing empire along the way
Goldman is fast-tracking analyst hiring. 21 key public-cloud partnerships on Wall Street. Bank of America's top bank stock researcher is leaving.
Barbershops have long been regarded as a sanctuary for Black men, but the LGBTQ+ community hasn't always been welcomed.
Satya Nadella told The Verge that working from home made him realize the importance of larger screens on PCs.
Sumeet Chabria said implementation of "Erica" doesn't mean a reduction in the workforce and that the human component is essential to developing and integrating innovation.
Microsoft takes a jab at Apple, Tesla is the most American-made car, and Google is pushing into AI: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Rahkim Sabree's tweet went viral after he quit a job at a bank that was making him "angry, anxious, unfulfilled, and unhappy." He has no regrets.
Windows 11 might be the first operating system to expertly balance mobile features with full desktop functionality when it launches later this year.
John McAfee has died by apparent suicide, Apple warns against 'sideloading,' and VCs share top startups: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Lina Khan studied law at Yale and wrote a critical paper on Amazon in 2017. Now, she's leading the US agency empowered to break Big Tech apart.
To attract and retain top talent from underrepresented backgrounds, executives need to focus on inclusion, LinkedIn's Rosanna Durruthy said.
Marsha Bonner, VP of people and culture at Urban Resource Institute, said "never, ever forgetting where I've come from" is the secret to her success.
The tech titan has gained 19% so far this year, outperforming peers Apple and Amazon, spurred higher by bets on its dominance in cloud computing.
Shopify is planning a big ad push, Amazon pays employees to leave, and Spotify launched a new app: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Whether you want to go freelance or land a high-paying, full-time job, experts share how to break into various careers with six-digit incomes.
Attending law school is time-consuming and expensive, but if you end up in the right program, it could lead to a fulfilling and successful career.
Ethan Klein of H3H3 Productions didn't tell the conservative pundit that Seder would be joining their debate, Crowder said.
Texas ranchers have been importing exotic species, breeding them, and building numbers on desert ranches that often span thousands of square miles.
Amazon evaluates office workers on a curve to help meet the company's 6% "unregretted attrition" rate each year, according to a news report.
McKinsey says the current racial gaps in income and wealth are "not tenable for Black Americans or for the US economy as a whole."
The global chip shortage is bumping up the prices of gadgets, including laptops, phones, and printers, by as much as $50, the WSJ reported.
Workers said business leaders needed to get even more involved in combating exhaustion and overworking.
People want Bezos to stay in space, execs are leaving Shopify, and Instacart is poaching execs:10 things in tech you need to know.
Solve issues with your Amazon order, account, or devices easily with the intuitive customer service page, or speak to a real person via live chat or phone.
ADNOC leaders used behavioral science models to help workers feel safer about returning to the office. Now the company is taking the opportunity the last year presented them to learn how it can improve its culture long-term.
Steele's first ad on Instagram and Facebook cost $100 and paid off in nearly $15,000 in sales in just a few days.
As companies return to offices, WeWork is seeing its best sales since late 2019, when its IPO failed and its founder was ousted.
Amazon Prime Day kicks off today. Plus, we put together a list of the top execs at Netflix: Here are 10 things in tech you need to know.
Conspiracy theory groups, along with anti-vaxxers, have reportedly threatened BBC reporters via the messaging app Telegram.
Nothing bad happens when you put energy into becoming a better leader. Here are the 3 biggest warning signs you might be overdue for improvement.
Moms have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. It's time for workplaces to let fathers help.
Google Health teams working on sensors, research, and records are moving to Fitbit and Search, Insider can reveal
New MBA grads are flocking to startups, despite their awful success rate. Harvard Business School professor Tom Eisenmann tried to figure out why.
People are waking up to the harms of the internet, but we still can't escape it. We need to change how we define the problem.
Video outros are a more common phenomenon on YouTube, where creators use them to promote their channel and other content.
Johnson & Johnson, McKesson, CBRE Group, and Cardinal Health recently posted job listings seeking workers in every US location "except Colorado."
"Creating real change requires diving deeply into a single issue, becoming educated, and taking concrete steps to combat the problem," says Ashish Toshniwal.
Elon Musk's mansion is up for sale on Zillow, Google Health is reorganizing, and a website ranks the sexiest VCs: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The video-game convention didn't necessarily live up to my expectations, but being underwhelmed is just part of being a gamer.
Chief people officer Lynne Oldham said Zoom conducts more interviews when hiring virtually to give candidates more of a window into the company.
IBM created a program called "checkpoint" for its employees five years ago, where it sets goals in an agile, iterative manner throughout the year.
The "Cartoon 3D" filter from Snapchat has exploded in popularity on social media, with people saying that it makes them look like Pixar characters.
The role of CHRO is going to evolve with data, Dane Holmes, CEO and cofounder of HR software firm Eskalera, said during Insider's virtual event.
No matter how busy the day looks, the business owner reserves time in the morning to prioritize herself.
Parameswaran is also bullish on smaller tech companies directly competing with the likes of Amazon. For smaller players, there are "riches in niches."
Technology can help improve the employee experience, but HR leaders need to make sure any new tech is as user-friendly as possible.
Insider is taking Juneteenth observed off. This is the email out-of-office message I drafted to explain to my contacts what that meant.
"It sucks, but we all have been through it ... Do not be hurt by it, and do not take it personally, even when it is personal," says the CNN anchor.
OnlyFans, the subscription website, wants to move away from adult content and become a place where athletes can connect with fans, Bloomberg reported.
Zuckerberg fell from Glassdoor's top CEOs list, we reveal Google salaries, and Apple considered health clinics: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Young leaders should learn to easily adapt to any challenge that comes their way, Moritz told Insider.
An illustrator criticized a Tumblr user who "fixed" his comic-book cover. His post exposed a debate about art fixing in the comic industry.
MacKenzie Scott, a philanthropist and the ex-wife of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, recently gave away $2.74 billion to 286 different organizations.
Since its beginning, NC IDEA has provided $15 million to entrepreneurs in North Carolina - and plans to provide $3.5 million more this year.
Apple launched a primary healthcare plan codenamed Casper in 2016, but the project has stalled, in part because of resignations, the WSJ reported.
Amazon's turnover rate is 150%, Airbnb pays $50 million to unsatisfied customers, and we explore Intel salaries: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Stories during the pandemic showed that people were moving, but Census estimates show that really the trends were similar to previous years.
Mel Burke cranked out 5,000 words when following V.E. Schwab's routine, but doesn't see herself waking up at 4 a.m. like Haruki Murakami ever again.
An Alibaba exec said Chinese billionaire Jack Ma is lying low after regulators pulled Ant Group's $35 billion IPO and fined Alibaba $2.8 billion.
PwC's "The New Equation" plan includes a commitment to training 25,000 Black and Latinx students, and hiring 10,000 of them.
Elon Musk is selling his last house, YouTube banned certain ads, and we examined AI companies' pay: 10 things in tech you need to know.
"These kinds of people - a--holes - interrupt others, they shut down or co-opt conversation, and they create a hostile environment," Shotwell said
"Instead of saying I'm bad at sleep, I now think of myself as getting better at it," Zoe Rosenberg writes after testing out the meditation app.
Durruthy spoke to Insider about the trials and triumphs of her ascension to corporate America and how she's building a more inclusive culture at LinkedIn.
The "Frenemies" podcast, hosted by Trisha Paytas and Ethan Klein, has seemingly ended. The news came after the pair argued in an explosive episode.
I gained tens of thousands of followers by creating content about K-pop group BTS, but my biggest mistake was trying to change my brand.
The enterprise-software and video-communications companies each invested $75 million in Monday.com during its IPO.
Blue Origin's $28 million passenger, Instacart is starting an ad business, and Congress takes on big tech: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The e-commerce giant said Sunday that it is testing and developing new technologies in an effort to make handling packages safer for employees.
Even the benefits to working remotely were purely incidental. Companies were never interested in worker well-being - just their bottom line.
Rose Gailey shares key strategies for leaders, to address growing concerns around mass employee resignations over companies' return-to-work policies.
During President Trump's time in the White House, the Justice Department sought data from Apple, Google, and Microsoft about his political opponents.
The US space agency wants to see more commercial spaceflights for private astronauts in an attempt to make space travel more accessible.
The pandemic was meant to spur flexible working. But expert Emma Stewart writes about her research that shows how it's hit part-time workers worst.
Not only is the gulf between employee and executive pay widening, but executive compensation skyrocketed in 2020.
According to a report from Newsweek, the graphic video began with footage of a person dancing. TikTok said it removed the original clip.
"One platform alone can't solve this problem - it requires an industry-wide effort," Airbnb said in a news release.
By setting early deadlines for her work, Alesandra Dubin can recharge every summer Friday afternoon at the movies, with a massage, or on a hike alone.
June is Pride month. While California had the largest number of same-sex couple households in 2019, Delaware had the highest share among households.
NASA's Mars Perseverance rover will explore the Jezero Crater, collecting rock samples and searching for signs of ancient life.
Billionaires used loans to avoid paying taxes, Bill Gates grows McDonald's potatoes, and Zuck wants to WFH: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The new version of the 9-year-old Model S comes with three motors, pushing the $130,000 sedan to 60 mph in roughly two seconds, the company says.
The bank's 21st annual summer reading list spans topics like climate change, self-improvement, history, and interior design.
RBI released a diversity report in 2020 that acknowledged its shortcomings, like the fact that senior leadership is largely white and male.
The winner of the auction gets a seat on Blue Origin's New Shepard rocket with Jeff Bezos and his brother for the company's first human flight.
Dr. Anthony Fauci sometimes stays up late into the night reading and responding to his mountain of emails. He just "can't" delete them, he said.
Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to fit Starlink satellites with laser links. This could give planes internet when they fly over remote areas, such as oceans.
We have the details on Facebook's smartwatch, Bezos' tax credits, and Ingenuity's latest Mars landing in this edition of 10 things in tech.
Best Buy will give some employees $5,000 in the latest push from a major retailer to encourage workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Bank of America and Deloitte execs discussed the difference between the "personalization" and "individualization" of digital banking.
Jam Master Jay's daughter, who works for Drake during the day, wakes up around 5:45 a.m. and takes six espresso shots. Later in the day, she takes two more.
Jen Glantz founded Bridesmaids for Hire and says the art of showcasing your background in a succinct way takes preparation and skill.
Lauren Rivard of LA-based "The Picnic Collective" caters to celebrities and influencers and says her company hosts 30 to 50 picnics or events a week.
"Our grounding thesis is that the best new jobs are created at the forefront of emerging technology," founder and executive director Tom Snyder said.