'Brace for turbulence': Silicon Valley VC firm Sequoia Capital calls coronavirus the 'Black Swan of 2020' that every startup founder needs to prepare for
Silicon Valley VC firm Sequoia Capital advised startup founders to prepare for a variety of business disruptions and challenges because of the coronavirus.
Interest rates have been a focus in White House discussions on plans for economic relief amid the outbreak, a senior administration official said.
Cruise giant Carnival has seen its market value plunge by nearly 50% since the coronavirus outbreak started
The outbreak has dragged heavily on the tourism and travel sectors as itineraries are scrapped and companies halt non-essential travel.
Stocks extended declines after California declared a state of emergency following its first virus-related death.
US stocks could fall another 11% into bear market territory if coronavirus continues to hit global growth, MSCI says
"Investors may turn more risk-averse and demand a higher premium to compensate them for the additional risk they are taking on," MSCI wrote.
Amazon's advertising boss now reports directly to Jeff Bezos, a change that shows how serious of a threat it is to Google's and Facebook's core business
The head of Amazon's advertising unit, Paul Kotas, is now one of the 12 direct reports under CEO Jeff Bezos, Business Insider has learned.
Here are 3 previously unthinkable ideas Elizabeth Warren thrust into the mainstream before ending her 2020 campaign
She thrust the wealth tax, student debt reduction, and universal childcare into the political mainstream with a campaign defined by progressive plans.
'What if this is the thing that brings it down?': A Wall Street investment chief explains how the stock market's coronavirus-induced sell-off could push the US into a recession
"There's really never been anything quite like this in my memory or in anyone's market memory," Doug Ramsey said.
"Short side winners clearly outpaced losers, with over five profitable shorts to every one losing position," Ihor Dusaniwsky of S3 wrote.
SAP has cancelled all in-person events and says bookings on its Concur travel platform is down 20% due to coronavirus crisis
SAP said it has seen a 20% drop in transactions on its Concur travel management platform. The tech giant has cancelled all in-person events.
One of the world's best large-cap investors calls these 3 companies some of his top bets — because he thinks they'll grow profits twice as fast as the broader market
Ken Stuzin of Brown Advisory has a unique view on how to pick high-growth stocks and sticks to a rigid strategy.
Activist hedge fund Elliott Management's attack on Jack Dorsey is the first shot in brutal new reality for tech founder CEOs who have lost their protective halo
The scrutiny directed at Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Box's Aaron Levie indicates that public investors' deference to tech founder CEOs is waning.
Morgan Stanley is moving about half of its Wall Street traders to its disaster-recovery site outside NYC to prep for the coronavirus spread
The New York bank's plans come days after it halted employees' nonessential international travel amid the outbreak.
Here are 10 must-listen podcasts that can help you master investing, from day-trading to real estate
These podcasts are changing the conversation around money and pushing the industry forward — and they frequently feature huge names.
'Interesting tightrope to be on': PayPal's credit chief balances coronavirus threat against healthy consumer demand
"It's really weird to see how strong the consumer is and how volatile everything still is," Esch said.
Hedge funds seek to post gains during both market jumps and declines, though not all firms outperformed the S&P 500 through the chaotic month.
Here's how one expert says the Fed's emergency rate cut could create a toxic situation where higher prices conflict with coronavirus-stricken growth
"The biggest risk right now is the stagflationary environment where we have these higher prices coupled with lower growth," Davis said.
The former US Treasury Secretary wants accessible credit, tariff cuts, government spending, and multinational aid.
"Efforts to contain the coronavirus are likely to have a substantial negative impact on the U.S. and global economies," Ackman said.
These 4 policy tools have been used by central banks and organizations to fight the economic fallout from coronavirus
The Federal Reserve was among the first authorities to boost stimulus amid the escalating virus by cutting its benchmark interest rate Tuesday.
JPMORGAN: Coronavirus fears are causing the bond market's biggest shake-up since the financial crisis. Here's a novel strategy to prepare for future turmoil and detect the next recession.
The bank's head of US interest rate derivatives strategy shares an approach that has previously sniffed out economic downturns.
JPMorgan is warning novice private-credit investors what a downturn means in the lending game, and it shows how quickly coronavirus could upend debt investing
David Lebovitz, JPMorgan's global market strategist, said "you have a lot of first-time players" who haven't been lending during a economic downturn.
As the coronavirus spreads, one study predicts that even the best-case scenario is 15 million dead and a $2.4 trillion hit to global GDP
A group of Australian researchers estimate that the coronavirus may have severe consequences on the global GDP.
Apple is telling retail store workers to expect a limited supply of replacement iPhones for the next several weeks
Employees at the Apple's retail stores were warned that replacement iPhones could be in short supply for weeks, according to Bloomberg.
Zoom, the hot video-conferencing startup that's helping remote workers amid the spread of coronavirus, is asking employees at its San Jose HQ to work from home
Zoom's stock has soared amid the coronavirus outbreak — and now it's taking measures to help its own employees.
Trump claims investors 'don't like Joe,' even as stocks post huge gains following Biden's Super Tuesday triumph
The Dow Jones Industrial Average surged over 1,000 points following Biden's string of victories on Super Tuesday.
Paid sick leave could help prevent the spread of coronavirus — but 18 states bar local governments from enacting it
The lack of sick pay increases the odds that people will work while ill during the coronavirus outbreak since they can't afford a smaller paycheck.
AOC says that ensuring access to free coronavirus testing and treatment is 'absolutely' an 'argument for Medicare for All'
"What this crisis has taught us is that, our health care system and our public health are only as strong as the sickest person in this country."
Julie Sweet, consulting firm's CEO, wrote in a memo that more than 100 Accenture employees in China and Italy have been quarantined.
The Fed's move to cut interest rates to soften the economic blow from the coronavirus was a panic move, which is why the market's positive reaction was short-lived
The Federal Reserve did its best to blunt the potential economic blow from the coronavirus by slashing interest rates, but it's unlikely to be enough.
The Federal Reserve's decision to cut interest rates in response to worries about the coronavirus will help cushion the US economy from the shock.
Robinhood said service was restored in an email to users Tuesday morning. But by 10 a.m., it was experiencing a major outage again.
He called on the Fed to "LEAD" with "more easing and cutting" in a tweet after the Fed slashed interest rates on Tuesday.
Medical professionals, first responders, and service workers are all at risk of being exposed to illnesses like the coronavirus.
Market volatility has returned and so could faith in the value investing ethos embraced by billionaire Seth Klarman. His legendary, out-of-print book explains why he never listens to the market either way.
Baupost Group founder Seth Klarman wrote in his rare out-of-print book back in 1991 that value investors need to have "unusually strict discipline."
A new Business Insider poll found that 78% of Americans expressed concern that the coronavirus would damage the American economy.
From the investing club at Notre Dame to a hedge fund managing millions: Here's how two 20-somethings are defying traditional stock-market logic in order to crush peers
"A bunch of people at the 11th hour got cold feet and were like: 'Are we really going to give these 23 and 24 year old kids money?'"
Morgan Stanley: 78% of investors expect stocks to tumble during the first 3 three months under a Democratic president
"Uncertainty associated with the election will act as a limiting factor" on US business investment and the market, Wilson said.
President Donald Trump called on Fed Chair Jerome Powell to take action after Australia's central bank cut its rates to a record low of 0.5%.
Elon Musk is vowing to support Twitter boss Jack Dorsey against the activist hedge fund trying to oust him
Elon Musk voiced his support for Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who is under attack from activist investor Elliott Management — and so did Twitter employees.
Waymo just announced its first-ever outside funding with $2.25 billion — and its CEO said spinning off from Alphabet is 'certainly a possibility'
Alphabet's self-driving car startup Waymo just raised a whopping $2.25 billion from outside investors — a first for the company.
Increasingly troubled by a slowdown ahead of the election, the White House has floated stimulus measures but no official plan has been released.
UBS recommends exposure to the Nasdaq Internet Index, which includes stakes in Netflix, Facebook, Amazon, and other household names.
Millennials' favorite stock app Robinhood was offline for an entire day of trading, locking out users as the Dow Jones made its biggest point gain ever
Robinhood, the trading app popular with millennials, experienced a major outage on Monday that locked iPhone and Android users out for several hours.
The pause to major manufacturing efforts shrank oil demand by 4 million barrels per day, Goldman wrote, compared to 5 million barrels per day in 2008.
Matthew Mengerink is the latest in a string of vice presidents to leave Uber after the heads of New Mobility and Uber Eats departed in recent months.
Salesforce is suspending non-essential travel for its nearly 50,000 employees and 'enhancing' its 'office protocols' to fight the coronavirus spread
Salesforce is suspending non-essential travel for its 49,703 employees around the world and enhancing "office protocols" amid coronavirus worries.