AI IN BANKING: Artificial intelligence could be a near $450 billion opportunity for banks — here are the strategies the winners are using
Business Insider Intelligence identifies the most meaningful AI applications across banks' front and middle offices.
Google is working with a massive health system to gather data on millions of patients — here's an inside look at the tools they're developing
"Project Nightingale" is a plan to move Ascension data onto Google's Cloud services, then to build an EHR search tool, internal documents say.
Robinhood's VP of product just left the buzzy stock-trading startup after less than 2 years on the job
Josh Elman's time at Robinhood coincided with well-publicized missteps by the startup, which was recently valued at $7.6 billion.
Disney heiress says people who are offended by the phrase 'OK Boomer' should 'sit the f--- down and let the kids drive'
"Get over the idea that all things pass, you are old and you need to let history do what history does: move on," she told fellow Boomers on Twitter.
BANKING AND PAYMENTS FOR GEN Z: These digital natives are the next big opportunity — here are the winning strategies
Business Insider Intelligence uses a six-point framework to explain the core attributes that Gen Z values in a banking and payments product.
2 months after Israeli startup Stoke was founded, it raised $4.5 million. Here's the pitch deck it used.
Stoke Talent has developed a human-resources software system designed to help companies manage their freelance work forces.
Wag, an app that lets you book a dog walker on demand, is testing a new app feature that lets walkers rate their experience walking your dog.
Darktrace and Depop backer Balderton Capital is raising a new $400 million fund for European startups
London headquartered Balderton Capital new fund will invest in Series A rounds in some of Europe's most exciting startups.
AR startup Magic Leap is currently in the process of raising its Series E round of funding. Magic Leap previously raised around $2.6 billion.
REPORT: Ant Financial and Tencent are rapidly growing their financial services ecosystems — here's exactly what they offer and where we think they'll go next
Business Insider Intelligence looks at a variety of financial services provided by Ant Financial and Tencent and the benefits each one offers.
Saudi Aramco’s record-shattering IPO is on the horizon. Here are 6 of the biggest risks the company sees moving forward.
Aramco's prospectus will be used to market shares before individual investors begin bidding on the stock on November 17.
According to Consumer Reports data, Virginia drivers with good credit scores should get quotes from USAA and Nationwide, and for poor credit, GEICO.
Inside a 'historic day' at the Middle East's biggest oil and gas conference, where all the world's top energy CEOs gathered to sign a deal that could permanently change the industry
The biggest names in the energy industry descended upon the annual ADIPEC conference in Abu Dhabi to celebrate a transformative crude-oil agreement.
Tesla's setting up for a strong 2020 that could send the stock to an all time high, according to Jefferies
Jefferies raised its Tesla price target to $400 from $300 and reaffirmed its "buy" rating, reflecting higher earnings and an improved balance sheet.
Despite being much closer to retirement age than millennials, Gen Xers don't have much to show for it, an Insider and Morning Consult survey found.
This is the 19-slide pitch deck two 22-year-olds used to nab $57 million in funding from Silicon Valley
BI Prime received Brex's permission to offer a look into the startup's full 19-slide pitch deck from its Series B funding round.
A longtime recruiter for Igor Tulchinsky is leaving WorldQuant to start his own business, sources tell us
WorldQuant managing director Manu Bakshi is leaving Igor Tulchinsky's firm after nearly eight years, sources tell Business Insider.
Adam Bowen and James Monsees, the cofounders of Juul, had particularly short-lived tenures as billionaires.
Legere's departure from the top job at T-Mobile could damage the company's pending $26.5 billion merger with Sprint.
Google and a massive hospital system are reportedly collecting private health data on millions of Americans in secret
Google teamed up with the health system Ascension to collect millions of Americans' health data without their knowledge, The Wall Street Journal said.
The president and the former CEO both built huge brands, profited from their positions, voiced wild ideas, employed family, and created crises.
Business Insider Intelligence unpacks the current digital payments ecosystem and how changes will impact the industry in the short- and long-term.
The first personal finance book I ever read completely changed the way I think about and manage my money
Lots of personal finance books teach you about money, but "The Millionaire Next Door" taught me about perspective.
The US is scrambling to invest more in Asia to counter China's 'Belt and Road' mega-project. Here's what China's plan to connect the world through infrastructure is like.
Supporters say it's a way for China to invest in emerging markets. Critics say this is a way for China to use money to leverage political gains.
The 38 jets, all bought from foreign airlines, have incomplete maintenance records, making it impossible to tell whether they meet safety standards.
Bankrate determined the 25 industries that lost the most US jobs as a result of the trade war using data from the Economic Policy Institute.
Buying a private plane can cost anywhere from $3 million to upwards of $90 million. That's just the beginning of the costs of private jet ownership.
Amazon reportedly has an ambitious plan to change the way we grocery shop — here's what we know about it so far
Amazon is exploring ideas for a new grocery store chain that would blend online and in-store shopping, says a new report.
Bank of America pinpoints the market's biggest vulnerability over the next decade, and offers its top investing strategies to prepare for an 'imminent' global recession
Investors will likely experience another global economic recession in the 2020s, according to strategists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
The biggest game company in the world is helping Nintendo break into the Chinese market, but it may be making a bold play for Nintendo's beloved characters in exchange
The world's biggest game company isn't Nintendo, and it isn't Microsoft or Sony either — it's a Chinese company named Tencent.
CEO of a hopeful exchange backed by Wall Street's biggest players told us how it can compete in a space dominated by NYSE and Nasdaq
Jonathan Kellner, the CEO of MemX, spoke with Business Insider about the competition his exchange could bring to the industry.
WeWork is reportedly talking with T-Mobile's famously eccentric boss John Legere about taking over as CEO
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is reportedly being considered as a future CEO of WeWork, the embattled office-sharing company.
This report from Business Insider Intelligence offers a look inside how the open banking movement is forcing banks to change their business models.
In a shifting economic market, traders follow the Federal Funds futures as a key barometer to keep up with financial markets.
Here's how much money America's 10 wealthiest billionaires would have if the US had a moderate wealth tax
Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have proposed wealth taxes. Jeff Bezos wouldn't be the richest person alive if the US had a wealth tax, a study shows.
Proptech is getting a ton of attention, but its exact definition is hard to pin down. Co-founders of a big VC in the space spent 18 pages of their book trying to explain it.
Definitions and categories may shift, but these MetaProp co-founders gave a framework to help understand how real estate is transforming.
A village of 15 tiny houses designed for homeless veterans just opened in a Canadian city, and it charges veterans $600 a month to live there until they get back on their feet
Each home includes a full kitchen, a breakfast bar and workstation, a full bathroom, and a living area with a sofa and a Murphy bed.
Boeing expects to resume delivering 737 Max jets to airlines in December, before the jet carries passengers again
The company said it had completed simulator test flights with the Federal Aviation Administration to certify software fixes to the plane.
The staffing changes, which were planned months ago, come as WeWork looks to cut costs in a number of areas following a bailout from SoftBank.
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.
Here's what the US might look like if the worst climate-change predictions come true.
CVS and Walmart are beefing up their healthcare strategies as they take on Amazon. Here’s what that means for the rest of the healthcare industry.
Retailers like Walmart and CVS are pushing deep into healthcare, betting they can offer more convenient care. That could impact health systems.
The ousted chief executive appears to be actively raising money for his next act — delivery-only restaurants — as Uber's post-IPO lockup period ends.
The SIM hack involves thieves taking control of a phone number and using it to get access to email accounts, bank holdings, and crypto wallets.
The new Chevy Corvette is going up against the world's greatest — and far more expensive — supercars. Here's a a look at the competition.
The eighth-generation Chevy Corvette debuted with a much-anticipated new design, and it cost hundreds of thousands less than similar supercars.
No one was hurt when the plane, which had just landed from Greensboro, North Carolina, slid off the runway in icy conditions.
Investors just poured more than $1 billion into startups using AI to tackle every part of healthcare. Here are the 5 healthcare AI startups raking in the most cash.
Healthcare AI deals have skyrocketed in 2019 with the third quarter seeing 103 deals reaching almost $1.6 billion in total funding.
Read the pitch deck that helped Divvy raise $30 million to provide alternate financing for prospective homebuyers
BI Prime has published the investor deck Divvy used to acquire $30 million to start changing the way people buy homes. Read it here.
Alibaba hit $13 billion in sales in the first hour of Singles' Day. Meet the event's creator and Alibaba cofounder Jack Ma, the richest person in China.
Jack Ma grew up poor in China, failed his university-entrance exam twice, and was rejected from dozens of jobs before finding success with Alibaba.
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