The letter provides a glimpse into the brilliance of Jeff Bezos. Among the biggest takeaways: Leaders must be honest about risks.
Data reveals 2021 salaries at Snap, including engineering, product, research, and other roles at the Snapchat maker.
China's recent measures to curb its companies from going public in the US are a sign that its aggressive nationalism has come to financial markets.
"People are really worried that the credibility and standing of the foundation is in jeopardy," a former senior exec told the Financial Times.
A new View Once feature was rolled out to iOS beta testers on Friday. Android beta testers are also testing the feature.
Police said that the illegal operation, the largest seen in Ukraine, was stealing as much as $259,300 worth of electricity from the grid every month.
Branson is beating Bezos to space by nine days, but the CEO of Bezos' Blue Origins said Bezos' trip will hit a key marker of space.
Virgin Galactic's space plane is set to fly with founder Richard Branson on board just days before Jeff Bezos's launch.
City officials just accepted The Boring Company's public transit proposal. Insider has been told that the project will cost at least $30 million if it goes ahead
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.
Les Borsai predicted the NFT trend would enable a new version of social media in a collective virtual space.
Here's everything included in the price of a space ticket with SpaceX, Blue Origin, and Virgin Galactic, from hygiene products to office supplies.
Burrito chain Chipotle is accepting TikTok video resumes for job applications as US retailers struggle to find new staff.
The video shows a woman hiding a bag under her jumper to fake a pregnant belly and avoid the carry-on luggage fee. It has more than 13 million views.
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.
Amazon managers were told not to discuss whether employees were on performance-improvement plans, according to The Seattle Times.
Spotify's Pet Playlist feature creates a playlist of music that both you and your pet will like, based on your pet's personality.
Another 1,000 would-be astronauts have made $1,000 deposits toward a ticket when sales reopen after Richard Branson's flight on Sunday.
Command Prompt commands let you manage your computer, move files, start apps, and more just by typing.
'An Ugly Truth' reveals new details about what exactly went down when Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg first learned about Russian interference.
President Biden's latest executive order on competition encourages the FTC to make rules against manufacturers' restrictions on self-repairs of their products.
Revive your unresponsive iPhone by forcing it to restart. Additionally, you can try charging the phone or reinstalling iOS.
REvil, a Russia-based hacking group, has launched ransomware attacks against hundreds of victims, including some of the world's largest companies.
Donald Trump Jr. asked his followers on Telegram to donate to his father's PAC. Some people mocked the request considering his family's wealth.
Data reveals the base annual salaries for some Spotify staffers in engineering, product management, finance, and other roles in 2021.
Virgin Galactic CEO Richard Branson and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos haven't bought insurance for their trips to space, brokers told DealBook.
If you've been yelling "hodl" at people for months, this GameStop Lego set is exactly how you'll want to spend those tendies.
New electric cars are hitting the market fast, and plenty more are in store for 2021, from luxury sedans to pickups and SUVs.
Business Insider is seeking nominations for its third-annual list of CMOs to watch.
Biden's order will tell agencies to scrutinize Big Tech mergers more closely, especially when these firms try to buy smaller companies.
Bill Gates makes his first in-person event appearance since news of his divorce. He'll reportedly make a speech about climate change.
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.
CEO Jack Dorsey said the Square team "will listen and continue the conversation, confirming new product plans it first hinted at in June.
You can both zip and unzip files in Windows 10 by highlighting the files you want and right-clicking them.
The 3D digital feline was organized by local Tokyo businesses to cheer people up, as Reuters reported.
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.
You can change your "Fortnite" name by changing the display name that's linked to your Epic Games account.
A senior Google executive, Urs Hölzle, is working remotely in New Zealand after opposing remote work for lower-level Google employees, CNET reports.
Microsoft is the latest company to give its employees some extra cash for working through a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, The Verge reports.
If your Apple Pencil isn't working, you may need to charge it or reset its connection to your iPad and pair it again.
"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.
Lawmakers could force Facebook to share data with other platforms, but experts say that would be a "disaster" if there aren't other safeguards.
Residents of Milford, near Boston, complain of hundreds of noisy trucks, banks of porta-potties, and property damage, The Information reported.
Fidji Simo is set to take over the role of CEO at Instacart from founder Apoorva Mehta at the start of August.
Dodge says it's building the "world's first all-electric muscle car," but it wants you to know it's all about the extra horsepower batteries can offer.
Trump had a strained relationship with multiple tech leaders during his presidency, including Jeff Bezos and Jack Dorsey.
The book claims that Sandberg thought she could do little to sway Zuckerberg's opinion on moderating the politician's speech on the platform.
Virgin Galactic's space plane, called SpaceShipTwo, rockets to about 55 miles above the Earth, giving passengers a few minutes of weightlessness.
The top influencer news of the week includes how much a YouTube makes with 200,000 subscribers and a startup's full investor pitch deck.
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin is building two engines for ULA's Vulcan rocket - and delays to the engines are causing tension, sources told Ars Technica.
Google said the lawsuit was about 'boosting a handful of major app developers who want the benefits of Google Play without paying for it.'
"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.
The report from Canadians for Tax Fairness follows another report accusing Uber of using shell companies to dodge taxes on $6 billion in profit.
You can open the Command Prompt on a PC by right-clicking the Start icon, by searching for it, or by opening the Windows System folder.
TikTok launched the pilot program "TikTok Resumes" on Wednesday, following the rise of career and job-related creative content on the app.
The vulnerability allows attackers to easily install programs, edit or delete files, view data, or create new user accounts, Microsoft said.
If Melinda steps down, Bill would provide her with "personal resources" for her philanthropic work with the foundation, per The New York Times.
Trump says he's filing lawsuits against the executives and their companies, accusing them of violating the First Amendment.
YouTube representatives told Insider that the company is looking into bringing in external researchers to study how its suggestion algorithm works.
Cornet said he disapproved of the company's work developing a censored search engine in China, and the ousting of two of its lead AI ethicists.
Whether you use an iPhone or an Android, it's easy to share your Wi-Fi so guests don't have to type in the password.
The system, called "Midnight Patrol," aims to prevent under-18s from posing as adults to circumvent a Chinese ban on late-night gaming.
Grubhub's autonomous robots, made by Russian company Yandex, can deliver food in dark, wet, and snowy conditions, the company 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.
Tesla bought SolarCity, founded by Elon Musk's cousins, in 2016. In a lawsuit, Tesla shareholders claimed the deal amounted to a bailout.
The breach comes less than a month after President Joe Biden warned Russian President Vladimir Putin about cyberattacks at a June 16 summit.
To set up dual monitors on your computer, you'll need to connect all your monitors with HDMI or VGA cables.
You can easily schedule an Uber ride days or weeks in advance so you're prepared for an upcoming trip.
Former Spotify architect Jim Anderson said the platform was designed to distribute music, not pay artists- arguing against raising royalty rates.
You can uninstall apps from your Mac by moving them to the Trash or deleting them through the Launchpad.
Renaming your AirPods changes how they display in Bluetooth menus. Here's how to change your AirPod name and make them easier to find.
If you're one of the 85 million Nintendo Switch owners out there, you almost certainly don't need the newly announced $350 Switch OLED model.
"I do not accept the 'suicide' story that has been spread by the malignant cancer that is the MSM [mainstream media]," Janice McAfee wrote.
The Pentagon canceled the contract due to "evolving requirements, increased cloud conversancy, and industry advances."
With Netflix and other streamers eyeing more IP, international TV producers are relying more on fees that start at the cost of production plus 10%.
Elon Musk said in April that the latest version of Tesla's Full Self-Driving software should be released in June - but people are still waiting.
David plays the person in charge of approving or denying apps for the App Store and appears alongside comedian J.B. Smoove and Snap CEO Evan Spiegel.
The parents of Jovani Maldonado say the company's Autopilot system played a key role in the collision that killed their son.
After months of rumors, Nintendo finally unveiled its latest version of the Nintendo Switch on Monday: It costs $350 and arrives in October.
"He's like a puppy. He would do laps and he was never tired," Ann Hiatt, Jeff Bezos' former assistant, told CNBC.
TikTok has made a new generation of digital stars. Here's how much TikTokers earn from brand deals, song promotions, and its Creator Fund.
Local residents complain that Greenidge, a gas-fired power plant by Seneca Lake, is warming the water and polluting the air, NBC News reported.
SpaceX's Starship cargo craft could hoover up dead satellites, used rocket parts, and other debris simply by opening its door, CEO Elon Musk said.
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Some defendants deleted social-media posts showing they participated in the US Capitol riots, authorities said in court documents, seen by AP.
Airbnb blocked 5,000 bookings in Phoenix and 4,500 in both Las Vegas and Seattle, it said. It wants to stop young people gathering in large groups.
The streaming wars are boosting production budgets for local-language shows, TV producers told Insider.
The tweet was seen as hypocritical following his public spat with ex-AI leads Timnit Gebru and Margaret Mitchell.
The driver told the California Highway Patrol (CHP) that the satellite dish only obstructed their view when turning right, CHP wrote on Facebook.
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.
As well as reducing the need for staff in the labor shortage, digital ordering could mean customers placing bigger orders, an expert told the WSJ.
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."
A driver for firms like Lyft says tmask mandate is 'unconstitutional' because he's forced to refuse service to those in need, if they're unmasked.
App stores will remove the Didi app as the company seeks to rectify what the government described as "serious violations of laws and regulations."
Bezos' next voyage will take him to the outer reaches of Earth's gravitational pull when he blasts off aboard a Blue Origin spacecraft.
Insider spoke to three workers about why they ditched their jobs in the hospitality and entertainment industries during the pandemic.
Officials in Fort Lauderdale on Tuesday will vote on whether to accept a proposal from The Boring Company for a beach-to-downtown tunnel system.