Finance 2020-02-29T20:04:00Z
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Future of Fintech: Funding's New Guard

In the Future of Fintech: Funding's New Guard slide deck, Business Insider Intelligence explores how three key trends are driving a surge in funding.
Finance 2020-02-29T19:03:00Z
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THE PAYMENTS ECOSYSTEM: The biggest shifts and trends driving short- and long-term growth and shaping the future of the industry

In this report, Business Insider Intelligence examines the payments ecosystem today, its growth drivers, and where the industry is headed.
Tech 2020-02-29T17:30:00Z
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30 Big Tech Predictions for 2020

A list of 30 Big Tech Predictions for 2020 across Banking, Connectivity & Tech, Digital Media, Payments & Commerce, Fintech, and Digital Health.
Finance 2020-02-29T16:45:00Z

Goldman Sachs is going through a huge transformation under CEO David Solomon. Here's everything you need to know.

The bank has big consumer ambitions and is transforming its image. Meanwhile, a slew of partners have headed for the exits.
Opinion 2020-02-29T16:17:00Z

Simply firing CEOs won't fix the deeper cultural problems in tech industry

The tech industry has a culture problem and just firing CEOs who misbehave won't solve the underlying issue.
Personal Finance 2020-02-29T15:41:00Z

When I bought a new house, I didn't anticipate the biggest change to my budget: property taxes

Calculating the potential value of your house after you renovate and make improvements can help you anticipate your property taxes.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-29T15:14:00Z

Meet 6 up-and-coming financial advisers who are managing big money and navigating a cutthroat industry

We spoke with advisers at Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, and Merrill Lynch. Here's how they've tackled the challenge of building a client base.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-29T14:58:00Z

Franklin Resources and Legg Mason's $4.5 billion merger is the latest in a wave of asset manager M&A — here are 4 more potential takeover targets

Asset managers that try to beat the stock market with calculated bets have struggled to grow their businesses compared to passively managed peers.
Personal Finance 2020-02-29T14:45:00Z

I'm a financial planner, and I can tell you why so many people struggle with getting their spending under control

So many people struggle with sticking to a budget and managing their spending because they start with the dollars and cents.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-29T14:08:00Z

We got a look at billionaire investor Seth Klarman's super-rare book that sells for thousands. Here are the predictions he nailed, and where he missed.

The Baupost founder's book on investing called index funds a fad, but did make several prescient calls on mutual fund fees and Wall Street.
BI Prime Transportation 2020-02-29T14:06:00Z

Tesla stock declined 30% last week — that's proof that the company's legendary volatility isn't going anywhere, but it is a lot more expensive

Tesla has never been priced as high as it is now. Even after a 20% bear correction, it's still over $700.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-29T14:05:00Z

Billionaire Citadel founder Ken Griffin explains why he modeled his firm after Goldman Sachs' analyst program — and says future leaders can't expect a 9-to-5 lifestyle and a 'great weekend'

The CEO of the $32 billion hedge fund said he is worried corporate America is not putting the same pressure on people right out of college.
Finance 2020-02-29T14:02:59Z

JPMorgan on the hunt; private equity's data culture clash; Symphony's plan to woo the buy side

Wall Street Insider is a behind-the-scenes look at the stories dominating banking, business, and big deals.
Science 2020-02-29T14:01:00Z

THE HEALTHCARE PAYMENTS REPORT: The strategies payments leaders are using to take advantage of the $3.7 trillion opportunity in US healthcare

BI Intelligence looks at the types of healthcare payments, the stakeholders making them, where they're going, and what's driving change in the market.
Markets 2020-02-29T13:58:00Z

Stocks are fresh off their worst week since the financial crisis. Here are 3 reasons why the meltdown could just be getting started.

Coronavirus worries have already wreaked havoc. But certain signs suggest markets are in for more chaos next week.
BI Prime Markets 2020-02-29T13:19:00Z

An Ivy League professor who nailed the financial crisis says another 'colossal disaster' is on the way — and warns of a 50% market crash

"50% is a monster," warned Dave Collum in reference to a vicious stock-market crash he sees brewing on the horizon.
Opinion 2020-02-29T13:15:00Z

The world's massive debt pile is making a coronavirus shock especially especially dangerous right now

The world is holding a record amount of debt, which could make the economic shock from coronavirus that much more severe.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-29T12:30:00Z

Coronavirus testing is free, but the hospital trip may set you back thousands. One graphic breaks down potential costs.

Twenty-seven million Americans are uninsured. A trip to the ER for suspected COVID-19 could set them back thousands.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-29T12:30:00Z

DoorDash's food deliveries earned it a $13 billion valuation, but experts say its IPO plans amid market turmoil and a virus outbreak are a recipe for disaster

DoorDash looks a lot like the other jumbo-sized, money-losing startups that have fared poorly on the markets. And now it faces a market in turmoil.
Finance 2020-02-29T12:00:00Z

SMB LENDING REPORT: How alt lenders are providing SMBs with new funding options, and the ways incumbents can respond to stay ahead

Business Insider Intelligence examines the key players in the SMB lending space, their advantages, and how incumbents can improve their offerings.
Finance 2020-02-29T01:02:00Z

These are the winning strategies for AI in banking

Download this FREE report to read Business Insider Intelligence's analysis of effective strategies to capture AI's potential in banking.
Finance 2020-02-28T23:04:00Z

Why are Apple Pay, Starbucks' app, and Samsung Pay so much more successful than other wallet providers?

A new report from BI Intelligence addresses how in-store mobile payments volume will grow through 2021, why that’s below past expectations, and what successful cases can teach other players in the space.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-28T22:01:00Z

Here's how Ellen DeGeneres became the highest-paid comedian in the world — and what she spends her $330 million fortune on

Comedian Ellen DeGeneres has spent and made millions flipping nearly 20 luxury homes since 2003. Take a look inside her fortune.
Finance 2020-02-28T22:00:00Z

THE AI IN INSURANCE REPORT: How forward-thinking insurers are using AI to slash costs and boost customer satisfaction as disruption looms

Business Insider Intelligence examines AI solutions across key areas of the front office — customer service, personalization, and claims management.
Markets 2020-02-28T21:08:56Z

S&P 500 posts worst week since the financial crisis as coronavirus fears flare

The S&P 500 plummeted 11% over five days as the coronavirus outbreak raged on, while the Dow suffered a 12% sell-off.
Military & Defense 2020-02-28T21:03:09Z

Elon Musk says the US's F-35 stealth jet 'would have no chance' against a 'drone fighter plane'

"Yeah, the fighter jet era has passed," Elon Musk said at an Air Force conference on Friday. "It's drones."
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-28T20:57:00Z

The coronavirus has already cost the ultra-wealthy more than $100 billion. Here's why they're likely to feel more pain from the market drops than the average American.

Coronavirus cases may be concentrated in China, but stock market losses aren't. Bernard Arnault lost $8.8 billion, while Jeff Bezos lost $10 billion.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T20:47:04Z

I thought buying a charming colonial home was a dream come true, but there are 3 reasons I was wrong

Repairs on an old house are expensive — and a cozy space quickly felt crowded once a new baby joined the family.
Markets 2020-02-28T20:40:45Z

Powell signals Fed is open to rate cut as coronavirus raises economic concerns

Powell said the fundamentals of the US economy remained strong but signaled that the central bank was open to a rate cut if necessary.
Markets 2020-02-28T20:23:19Z

Mortgage rates fall to the lowest since 2012 amid coronavirus fears

Mortgage rates could fall even further as they loosely follow the 10-year US Treasury yield, which is at a record low on coronavirus concern.
Retail 2020-02-28T19:52:00Z

A survey says 38% of drinkers won't touch Corona because of epidemic fear. Corona says despite that 'misinformation,' sales are strong.

"There's a good amount of misinformation out there," a spokesperson for the company that distributes Corona in the US told Business Insider.
Markets 2020-02-28T19:48:08Z

The Trump administration considers using 1950s-era law to ramp up production of masks and protective gear as coronavirus spreads

The US could invoke a 1950s-era law that would allow the government to ramp up the production of gear to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T19:40:00Z

If you have a Bank of America credit or debit card, you can access more than 200 museums in the US for free — here's how

The bank's Museums On Us program gets you free admission to participating museums across the US the first full weekend of every month.
Personal Finance 2020-02-28T19:32:18Z

I'm a financial planner, and I can tell you what to do with your investments when the stock market dips: nothing

The spreading coronavirus has caused a market dip, but the best thing to do is leave your investments alone — you're in it for the long haul.
Science 2020-02-28T18:58:00Z

Experts suggest stocking up on your medicines to prepare for a coronavirus outbreak, but insurance restrictions could get in the way for now

In an emergency, insurers can relax their restrictions to make it easier for people to get care and stock up on prescriptions.
Retail 2020-02-28T18:39:00Z

Walmart, McDonald's, Home Depot, and 7 other retailers share how the coronavirus outbreak could affect business

Business Insider reached out to a spate of global retailers, from Walmart to Walgreens, to understand how retail is handling the coronavirus.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-28T18:36:00Z

One of the most powerful women in finance explains why sponsorships, not mentorships, are the best way to help people succeed

Bridgewater co-CEO Eileen Murray is one of the most powerful women in finance, and is leaving Ray Dalio's $160 billion hedge fund next month.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-28T18:33:00Z

Here's how 2 founders are using their gaming background to disrupt the notoriously old-school industry of construction

While gaming doesn't seem like the natural birthplace for construction tech, that was the genesis of software startup Fieldwire.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-28T18:29:52Z

The remarkable lawsuit pitting Oracle against its own board members now suggests Larry Ellison should give back $1.6 billion for the 2016 NetSuite acquisition

An unprecedented lawsuit is still in the works, in which a shareholder was authorized by Oracle's board to sue its Oracle's board members, including Larry Ellison.
Markets 2020-02-28T18:29:47Z

From Peloton to Netflix, this assortment of 7 stocks has soared as investors brace for coronavirus fallout — and they might make a good buy right now

Friday marks the end of a historically bad week for the stock market, which is on track for its worst week of losses since the financial crisis.
BI Prime Finance 2020-02-28T18:29:00Z

Google Cloud opens new 'Silicon Slopes' facility to help it chip away at Microsoft and Amazon's cloud dominance

As it adds regional facilities, Google Cloud hopes to grow its customer base, competing with larger players in the field like Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-28T18:04:00Z

12 ultra-wealthy people who aren't leaving their fortunes to their children

Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs, recently said that her family's billionaire status "ends with me."
Finance 2020-02-28T18:04:00Z

THE DIGITAL BANKING ECOSYSTEM: These are the key players, biggest shifts, and trends driving short- and long-term growth in one of the world's largest industries

This report explores the incumbent banking landscape as a whole, and the third parties banks are calling on to help their transition to digital.
Tech 2020-02-28T17:56:00Z

Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison has an incredible real estate portfolio — take a look at his properties in Silicon Valley, Japan, Hawaii, and more

Larry Ellison owns more homes than he could possibly ever live in. We've rounded up the most notable pieces of his real estate portfolio.
Transportation 2020-02-28T17:38:22Z

Shifting Gears: How Uber, airlines, automakers, shippers, and cruise lines are bracing against the coronavirus

Factories are shuttered, flights are cancelled, and Uber drivers are reconsidering airport trips as the novel virus spreads to new countries.
Finance 2020-02-28T17:32:00Z

How growing consumer demand for tech solutions is accelerating innovation in financial services

Business Insider Intelligence has created an infographic showcasing compelling statistics from its recent fintech research.
Markets 2020-02-28T17:28:43Z

Warren Buffett discussed Apple, bitcoin, coronavirus, and Bernie Sanders in an interview this week. Here are his 18 best quotes.

"If I die tonight, the board tomorrow morning knows exactly what they're going to do. But I hope they're polite about it. Let the body cool off."
Markets 2020-02-28T17:26:00Z

'The panic mode is full on': Stocks plunge again as fears mount of a coronavirus pandemic

"The worst week for equities since 2008 surely beckons," one analyst said after markets tumbled more than 10% in a matter of days.
Markets 2020-02-28T17:14:30Z

These hedge fund bears have raked in millions from the coronavirus-led market meltdown

In the last week, two hedge funds with contrarian bets against stocks are surging as markets slip amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Finance 2020-02-28T17:14:00Z

CULTIVATED: Border towns boom, Wall Street warns against Canadian stocks, MedMen earnings, and more

In this week's edition of Cultivated, we look at cannabis 'border towns,' Wall Street's warning against Canadian stocks, MedMen earnings, and more.
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