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Marie Haines 2017-02-14
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Rad has been through cofounder drama,

A few years ago, he was asked to step

down as CEO of Tinder.

follows the career paths of business leaders who have achieved

thing led to another, and we got wrapped up in some IP issues

with another company and unfortunately had to shut down.Shontell: You later joined something called

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Michael Wadsworth 2019-07-01
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Original polling by Walt Hickey

Design by Skye Gould and Samantha Lee

Editing by Madeline Stone, Cadie Thompson, and Alyson Shontell

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Ronnie Allen 2019-06-10
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Alyson Shontell, US Editor-in-Chief, Business Insider

Huw L. Richards, Global Head of Digital Investment Banking, JPMorgan

Lucien Foster, Global Head of Digital Partnerships, BNY Mellon

Meghan Morris, Senior Financial Reporter, Business Insider

THE BIG BANKS INVESTING BILLIONS IN TECH EVOLUTION

Megan Brewer, Executive Director and Head of the Technology Innovation Office, Morgan Stanley

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Tom Snipes 2017-12-04
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During an interview at Business Insider's IGNITION conference in New York Nick Bell, Snapchat's VP of Content, explains how Evan Spiegel sold him on Snapchat.

The following is a transcript of the video.

Alyson Shontell: You know him better than anyone in this room.

Evan Spiegel has been compared to Steve Jobs, Picasso...people wonder if he is the next great creative CEO.

Do you think that he's the next Steve Jobs or is it overblown?

Nick Bell: The reason I joined Snapchat initially was because of Evan.

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Jonathan Godbey 2017-04-25
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At 6 a.m. every weekday, over 5 million people open their email

to find a message from theSkimm, a subscription newsletter

that chooses the most important news stories of the day and

presents them in casual, bite-sized points.

TheSkimm's founders, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, sat down

with Business Insider US Editor-in-Chief Alyson Shontell for an

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Paul Cork 2016-12-05
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Welcome to the IGNITION 2016 Livestream - Business Insider's

flagship annual conference in New York City.

at 4pm ET: Here's the lineup of speakers today.

4:00pm  Interview: TransformerMathias Döpfner, Chairman & CEO, Axel Springer SEInterviewer: Ken Auletta, The New

Yorker 4:30pm  Interview: The CriticTim Wu, Author, "The Attention

Director, IGNITION 4:55pm  Interview: The ContenderTim Armstrong, CEO, AOLInterviewer: Alyson Shontell,

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Dorothy Chiaramonte 2017-05-06
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/p p "I met my wife on JDate in

2003," he told Alyson Shontell, Business Insider US editor in

chief, in an episode of Business Insider's podcast "Success!

/p p He continued: /p p style "padding-left: 30px;" "I just remember thinking in 10 years, every single person — I

didn't think they'd be swiping to the right — but I'm like every

person's going to do this because this is practical.

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Carlton Barr 2017-05-08
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How I Did It," the CEO of VaynerMedia told Alyson Shontell,

Business Insider US editor-in-chief, that he doesn't get hungry.

/p p Vaynerchuk has figured out a system — for eating, exercising, and

sleeping — that works congruently with the demands of running a

$125 million company, raising a family, and maintaining a high

/p p "A year and a half ago, I was eating like crap, not working out,

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Wayne Strickland 2017-05-07
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/p p When Alyson Shontell, Business Insider US editor in chief, asked

him about a video he'd shared called "Drop One Losing

Friend" in an episode of Business Insider's podcast "Success!

/p p "This has been the one that I've been very hot on talking

about in the world, but I've been scared of, because even when

you just said that, I'm like, 'Ugh.

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Carlos Marier 2017-06-13
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Ramsey Cardy/SPORTSFILE via Getty Images

Drew Houston came up with the idea for Dropbox on a bus.

About 10 years later, the file-sharing service has more than 500 million users, generates $1 billion-plus in annualized revenue, and was valued at about $10 billion in 2014.

"It was really out of personal frustration," the founder and CEO told Business Insider US editor in chief Alyson Shontell on an episode of Business Insider's podcast "Success!

"I kept carrying a thumb drive around and emailing myself files and all the things that we used to have to do."

"The proverbial story is: I was going from Boston to New York on the Chinatown bus, forgot my thumb drive, and I was so frustrated — really with myself, because this kept happening.

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Carlton Barr 2017-11-29
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Convene the biggest names and most innovative leaders in media, marketing, and technology.

Add Business Insider’s unique blend of hard news and big ideas…

Presentation: The Five Most Important Trends in Media

Henry Blodget, CEO, cofounder, and editorial director of Business Insider

Nick Bell, vice president of content at Snapchat, speaks with Alyson Shontell

Robert Bakish, president and CEO of Viacom, speaks with Nicholas Carlson, global editor-in-chief of Business Insider

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Michael Wilson 2019-04-23
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Poverty leads to all sorts of problems, including childhood mortality.

That means having balanced relationships where both partners split the work load at home.

Then she met and married her husband, Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates, and began her second job as a full-time mom to three children, Jennifer, Rory and Phoebe.

What Melinda Gates saw at Microsoft that made her almost quit

Jason Bell for Pivotal Ventures

Alyson Shontell: You're from a Catholic family in Dallas, and you were a computer-science major a Duke University with a master's in business.

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William Mulcahy 2017-06-23
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When ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia started her fitness company in 2013, money was tight.

Even though she'd been part of rigorous tech accelerator Tech Stars, she had trouble raising her initial funding, she told Business Insider US editor-in-chief Alyson Shontell on an episode of Business Insider's podcast,"Success!

With that money, she was able to show potential bigger investors her company's progress.

Soon, many of the investors who had initially turned her down were clamoring to invest.

And then, the toughest thing became figuring out which of the VCs she could trust.

Check out previous episodes with:

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Thomas Gibson 2017-05-02
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p Mike Shields, an alumnus of Adweek and most recently a senior editor at The Wall Street Journal covering media, has been tapped to expand Business Insider’s advertising .

Starting May 8, he will serve as advertising editor.

Based in London, O’Reilly this week as a senior editor covering media and marketing.

Also joining BI next week, on the West Coast, is Troy Wolverton.

Here’s the memo that went out this morning from editor in chief Alyson Shontell:

Our mission at Business Insider is to get better for readers every day.

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Carl Chasin 2017-11-21
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Brian Ach / Stringer / Getty Images

Barbara Corcoran is a real-estate mogul and a star investor on the ABC series "Shark Tank."

She thinks kids who don't grow up with money have an advantage over kids who were raised wealthy when it comes to business, partly because the former are accustomed to failure.

Corcoran has said before that she doesn't invest in rich kids' businesses on "Shark Tank."

"But I think a poor kid has a better shot than a rich kid."

Though she grew up one of 10 kids in a two-bedroom house with one bathroom, today she's a multimillionaire raising her own pair of rich kids.

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Gary Wynn 2017-11-01
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Spencer Rascoff is the CEO of real-estate website Zillow and the co-founder of travel website Hotwire.

But the sale came right after a down round of financing, which wiped out a lot of employees' equity.

And while at the time this was a huge deal, it was somewhat disappointing for Hotwire's founders.

How I Did It," Hotwire co-founder Spencer Rascoff — who is now Zillow's CEO — shared the story with Business Insider US editor-in-chief Alyson Shontell.

Listen to the full episode here, or listen later with the buttons below:

Zillow and Hotwire founder: How I led two companies back from crises 29:18

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Marie Haines 2017-02-14
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Rad has been through cofounder drama,

A few years ago, he was asked to step

down as CEO of Tinder.

follows the career paths of business leaders who have achieved

thing led to another, and we got wrapped up in some IP issues

with another company and unfortunately had to shut down.Shontell: You later joined something called

Ronnie Allen 2019-06-10
img

Alyson Shontell, US Editor-in-Chief, Business Insider

Huw L. Richards, Global Head of Digital Investment Banking, JPMorgan

Lucien Foster, Global Head of Digital Partnerships, BNY Mellon

Meghan Morris, Senior Financial Reporter, Business Insider

THE BIG BANKS INVESTING BILLIONS IN TECH EVOLUTION

Megan Brewer, Executive Director and Head of the Technology Innovation Office, Morgan Stanley

Jonathan Godbey 2017-04-25
img

At 6 a.m. every weekday, over 5 million people open their email

to find a message from theSkimm, a subscription newsletter

that chooses the most important news stories of the day and

presents them in casual, bite-sized points.

TheSkimm's founders, Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg, sat down

with Business Insider US Editor-in-Chief Alyson Shontell for an

Dorothy Chiaramonte 2017-05-06
img

/p p "I met my wife on JDate in

2003," he told Alyson Shontell, Business Insider US editor in

chief, in an episode of Business Insider's podcast "Success!

/p p He continued: /p p style "padding-left: 30px;" "I just remember thinking in 10 years, every single person — I

didn't think they'd be swiping to the right — but I'm like every

person's going to do this because this is practical.

Wayne Strickland 2017-05-07
img

/p p When Alyson Shontell, Business Insider US editor in chief, asked

him about a video he'd shared called "Drop One Losing

Friend" in an episode of Business Insider's podcast "Success!

/p p "This has been the one that I've been very hot on talking

about in the world, but I've been scared of, because even when

you just said that, I'm like, 'Ugh.

Carlton Barr 2017-11-29
img

Convene the biggest names and most innovative leaders in media, marketing, and technology.

Add Business Insider’s unique blend of hard news and big ideas…

Presentation: The Five Most Important Trends in Media

Henry Blodget, CEO, cofounder, and editorial director of Business Insider

Nick Bell, vice president of content at Snapchat, speaks with Alyson Shontell

Robert Bakish, president and CEO of Viacom, speaks with Nicholas Carlson, global editor-in-chief of Business Insider

William Mulcahy 2017-06-23
img

When ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia started her fitness company in 2013, money was tight.

Even though she'd been part of rigorous tech accelerator Tech Stars, she had trouble raising her initial funding, she told Business Insider US editor-in-chief Alyson Shontell on an episode of Business Insider's podcast,"Success!

With that money, she was able to show potential bigger investors her company's progress.

Soon, many of the investors who had initially turned her down were clamoring to invest.

And then, the toughest thing became figuring out which of the VCs she could trust.

Check out previous episodes with:

Carl Chasin 2017-11-21
img

Brian Ach / Stringer / Getty Images

Barbara Corcoran is a real-estate mogul and a star investor on the ABC series "Shark Tank."

She thinks kids who don't grow up with money have an advantage over kids who were raised wealthy when it comes to business, partly because the former are accustomed to failure.

Corcoran has said before that she doesn't invest in rich kids' businesses on "Shark Tank."

"But I think a poor kid has a better shot than a rich kid."

Though she grew up one of 10 kids in a two-bedroom house with one bathroom, today she's a multimillionaire raising her own pair of rich kids.

Michael Wadsworth 2019-07-01
img

Original polling by Walt Hickey

Design by Skye Gould and Samantha Lee

Editing by Madeline Stone, Cadie Thompson, and Alyson Shontell

Tom Snipes 2017-12-04
img

During an interview at Business Insider's IGNITION conference in New York Nick Bell, Snapchat's VP of Content, explains how Evan Spiegel sold him on Snapchat.

The following is a transcript of the video.

Alyson Shontell: You know him better than anyone in this room.

Evan Spiegel has been compared to Steve Jobs, Picasso...people wonder if he is the next great creative CEO.

Do you think that he's the next Steve Jobs or is it overblown?

Nick Bell: The reason I joined Snapchat initially was because of Evan.

Paul Cork 2016-12-05
img

Welcome to the IGNITION 2016 Livestream - Business Insider's

flagship annual conference in New York City.

at 4pm ET: Here's the lineup of speakers today.

4:00pm  Interview: TransformerMathias Döpfner, Chairman & CEO, Axel Springer SEInterviewer: Ken Auletta, The New

Yorker 4:30pm  Interview: The CriticTim Wu, Author, "The Attention

Director, IGNITION 4:55pm  Interview: The ContenderTim Armstrong, CEO, AOLInterviewer: Alyson Shontell,

Carlton Barr 2017-05-08
img

How I Did It," the CEO of VaynerMedia told Alyson Shontell,

Business Insider US editor-in-chief, that he doesn't get hungry.

/p p Vaynerchuk has figured out a system — for eating, exercising, and

sleeping — that works congruently with the demands of running a

$125 million company, raising a family, and maintaining a high

/p p "A year and a half ago, I was eating like crap, not working out,

Carlos Marier 2017-06-13
img

Ramsey Cardy/SPORTSFILE via Getty Images

Drew Houston came up with the idea for Dropbox on a bus.

About 10 years later, the file-sharing service has more than 500 million users, generates $1 billion-plus in annualized revenue, and was valued at about $10 billion in 2014.

"It was really out of personal frustration," the founder and CEO told Business Insider US editor in chief Alyson Shontell on an episode of Business Insider's podcast "Success!

"I kept carrying a thumb drive around and emailing myself files and all the things that we used to have to do."

"The proverbial story is: I was going from Boston to New York on the Chinatown bus, forgot my thumb drive, and I was so frustrated — really with myself, because this kept happening.

Michael Wilson 2019-04-23
img

Poverty leads to all sorts of problems, including childhood mortality.

That means having balanced relationships where both partners split the work load at home.

Then she met and married her husband, Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates, and began her second job as a full-time mom to three children, Jennifer, Rory and Phoebe.

What Melinda Gates saw at Microsoft that made her almost quit

Jason Bell for Pivotal Ventures

Alyson Shontell: You're from a Catholic family in Dallas, and you were a computer-science major a Duke University with a master's in business.

Thomas Gibson 2017-05-02
img

p Mike Shields, an alumnus of Adweek and most recently a senior editor at The Wall Street Journal covering media, has been tapped to expand Business Insider’s advertising .

Starting May 8, he will serve as advertising editor.

Based in London, O’Reilly this week as a senior editor covering media and marketing.

Also joining BI next week, on the West Coast, is Troy Wolverton.

Here’s the memo that went out this morning from editor in chief Alyson Shontell:

Our mission at Business Insider is to get better for readers every day.

Gary Wynn 2017-11-01
img

Spencer Rascoff is the CEO of real-estate website Zillow and the co-founder of travel website Hotwire.

But the sale came right after a down round of financing, which wiped out a lot of employees' equity.

And while at the time this was a huge deal, it was somewhat disappointing for Hotwire's founders.

How I Did It," Hotwire co-founder Spencer Rascoff — who is now Zillow's CEO — shared the story with Business Insider US editor-in-chief Alyson Shontell.

Listen to the full episode here, or listen later with the buttons below:

Zillow and Hotwire founder: How I led two companies back from crises 29:18