[ad_1] Airbnb employees thought that 2020 would be a time of celebration for them as the short-term rental startup was expected to go public in one of the most anticipated IPOs of the year. Instead they found themselves digging into …Read More »
[ad_1] In the early days of consumer GPS, you always had an offline copy of your maps with you. Mobile internet wasn’t around yet, so you had to update maps when connected to your computer or take it to the …Read More »
Here are the 20 economics, self-help, and strategy books C-suite execs are reading right now to get their firms through COVID-19
[ad_1] The COVID-19 pandemic has forced firms all around the world to shut down their offices and work from home – with many wondering what the future holds. Perlego – the “Spotify for textbooks” – analyzed data from more than …Read More »
[ad_1] Robocallers are using the coronavirus pandemic to scam Americans out of hundreds of millions of dollars. Scammers are also targeting the $1,200 stimulus checks that began hitting people’s bank accounts this week. Data provided exclusively to Business Insider showed …Read More »
Outsourced WeWork community service associates just lost their jobs — even as the coworking giant keeps offices open and charges members for space they can't use
[ad_1] WeWork cleaning staff were laid off on Friday by JLL, the publicly traded real estate company to which the coworking giant outsourced maintenance in December. All employees with the title “community service associate” were laid off, per an email …Read More »
Insurance companies say they can't grant blanket coverage for all coronavirus losses, but startups can still insure against specific risks like data breaches that stem from the outbreak.
[ad_1] Congress is pressing insurance companies to cover the financial toll of the coronavirus on their business clients, but industry members say it would bankrupt them to backfill such sweeping losses under standard commercial policies. Vouch, a startup insuring other …Read More »
Albourne Village — a quirky online hedge fund community — is getting ready for a revamp. We took a look at the 20-year history of a site that lists billionaire Founding Fathers and uses apples for currency.
[ad_1] Albourne Partners created Albourne Village, a quirky online community for the hedge fund industry, nearly 20 years ago when the internet was still in its infancy. The firm threw a launch party for the site on the banks of …Read More »
For the past month I've been using Superhuman, the email app VCs are obsessed with that costs $30 a month — and I'm never going back to Gmail
[ad_1] Superhuman is a paid email app that promises the “fastest email experience ever made.” Although VCs love it, I didn’t think it would be worth $30 a month. After a month of reviewing it, I don’t think I can …Read More »
Tesla's electric cars require far less maintenance than gas-powered vehicles. Here are all the differences between them. (TSLA)
[ad_1] Traditional cars come with elaborate maintenance schedules that require owners to develop a close relationship with dealers and mechanics. Tesla vehicles are mechanically simpler than gas-powered cars. As a result, they require less attention. Tesla also routinely improves its …Read More »
[ad_1] Goldman Sachs downgraded Apple shares to “sell” on Friday, citing the economic slump for its forecast of a near-term decline in device sales. The bank lowered its price target for Apple shares to $233, implying a nearly 20% drop …Read More »