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Companies are mentioning the words 'supply chain' more than ever before during earnings calls

Companies have relied on lean supply chains until the pandemic disrupted things. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The term "supply chain" has been reference about 3,000 in investors' earning calls this year. A supply chain crisis is expected to slow down retail operations, especially during the holidays. President Biden met with retailers to tackle alleviating supply chain pressures across the country. Companies from Apple to Costco are echoing the same words in their third-quarter earning...
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2 years after leaving Apple, Jony Ive's new design company finally has a website - take a look

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images LoveFrom, the design firm by former Apple design chief Jony Ive and Marc Newson, has a new website. The site describes LoveFrom as "a creative collective" that is "fanatically devoted to excellence." Ive departed Apple in 2019 after leading its design on products like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod. A design firm from the man behind the look of many of Apple's iconic products now has an official website. Jony Ive was Apple's chief design officer and led th...
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Two years after leaving Apple, Jony Ive's new design company finally has a website - take a look

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images LoveFrom, the design firm by former Apple design chief Jony Ive and Marc Newson, has a new website. The site describes LoveFrom as "a creative collective" that is "fanatically devoted to excellence." Ive departed Apple in 2019 after leading its design on products like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod. A design firm from the man behind the look of many of Apple's iconic products now has an official website. Jony Ive was Apple's former chief design officer, le...
Tags: Apple, Design, Trends, Ferrari, Financial Times, Jony Ive, Ives, Justin Sullivan Getty, Ive, Marc Newson, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, Exor, LoveFrom


3 reasons there's a labor shortage, according to Biden's labor secretary

A customer walks by a now hiring sign at a BevMo store on April 02, 2021 in Larkspur, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images There's currently anecdotal labor shortages all over the economy, as employers scramble for workers. It's another marker of the strange labor market trend where millions are unemployed, but workers are quitting in droves. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh attributes shortages to the virus, its unprecedented times, and workers rethinking what they want. In case yo...
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The ADA doesn't require airlines to let passengers fly in their personal wheelchairs, but a new study suggests an expensive solution

Passengers in wheelchairs pass a restaurant as they are helped to their gate at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A new study found personal wheelchairs can fit onto aircraft if the left two front seats are removed. Former Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldaza said the cabin modification could cost $1 million per aircraft per year. Over 10,000 wheelchairs and scooters were damaged by airlines in 2019, according to data from the DOT. See more stories ...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, News, Boston, US, Trends, George Bush, Houston, Tammy Duckworth, Wheelchair, Illinois, Ada, Disabled, Faa, Americans with Disabilities Act, Dot


Andrew Yang pitched a 'secretary of technology and innovation' cabinet position to the Biden transition team, according to his new book

Andrew Yang and President Joe Biden during one of the 2020 Democratic presidential debates. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images In his forthcoming book, Andrew Yang sheds light on how close he came to a Biden cabinet position. Yang writes that he pitched the creation of a "Secretary of Technology" position. He also says "some members of Congress" encouraged him to go after commerce secretary. See more stories on Insider's business page. While there were rumors about Andrew Yang potentially ge...
Tags: Politics, Congress, Washington, White House, Boston, New York City, Trends, Georgia, Joe Biden, Biden, Cabinet, Yang, Marty Walsh, Justin Sullivan Getty, USDS, Office of Science and Technology Policy


20 fast-growing, high-paying jobs where you only need an associate's degree

Monty Rakusen/Getty Images Some jobs typically need an associate's degree, such as respiratory therapists. That occupation makes above the median annual wage and is projected to see 31,100 new jobs from 2020 to 2030. The following are 20 jobs that are projected to grow over the decade, pay at least the median annual wage, and typically require an associate's degree. See more stories on Insider's business page. 20. Mechanical engineering technologists and technicians ...
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Salesforce COO Bret Taylor is slowly taking over many of CEO Marc Benioff's major leadership responsibilities. Over a dozen insiders explain his meteoric rise to the top.

Niholas Kamm/AFP via Getty Images; Salesforce; Santiago Mejia/San Francisco Chronicle via Getty Images; Justin Sullivan/Getty Images; Samantha Lee/Insider In five years, Salesforce COO Bret Taylor has emerged as the heir apparent to Marc Benioff. Taylor's profile is growing as he takes over duties typically expected from a CEO, insiders say. Over a dozen of his past and current colleagues explain how his star rose so quickly. See more stories on Insider's business page. Salesforce...
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Tim Cook is 'really stoked' about AI

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images In a new interview with TIME, Apple CEO Tim Cook said AI is the most exciting tech of our time. Cook said AI is "already everywhere" and has the potential to improve lives. He noted, as he has for years, that privacy is a major concern with AI. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple CEO Tim Cook is "really jazzed" about artificial intelligence.In a new interview with TIME, he said that AI, or a machine's ability ...
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California Gov. Newsom's kids have tested positive for COVID-19

California Gov. Gavin Newsom at a school reopening press conference in March. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Two of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's children tested positive for COVID-19, a spokesperson said. Newsom, his partner, and two other kids tested negative. The kids who tested positive have mild symptoms and will quarantine, Politico reported. See more stories on Insider's business page. Two of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's children tested positive for COVID-19 on Thurs...
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The Silicon Valley wealthy have become super doomsday preppers by buying remote New Zealand properties, getting eye surgeries, and stockpiling ammo and food

Peter Thiel. Shutterstock and Neilson Barnard/Getty Some of Silicon Valley's wealthiest have developed a penchant for prepping for the apocalypse. They're turning to Lasik eye surgery and multimillion-dollar real-estate investments in New Zealand. Investing for the end of the world has been embraced by the uber-rich, many of whom exist in Silicon Valley. The so-called doomsday prepper community has been preparing for disaster, especially since the pandemic hit in March 2020.A divis...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, News, Nbc, Life, New York City, US, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Joe Biden, Features, New York Times, New Zealand, Reid Hoffman, Peter Thiel


The 34 deadliest jobs in America

Logging workers had the second-highest rate of fatal injuries among occupations in America. David McNew/Getty Images Some jobs are more dangerous than others. Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, we found the jobs that had the highest rates of fatal injuries in 2019. Here are the 34 deadliest jobs in America, along with their 2019 fatality rates per 100,000 full-time equivalent workers. See more stories on Insider's business page. 34. Pipelayers, plumbers, pipefitters, a...
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Renting a car could be much easier this fall. Here's why that's good for the entire economy.

Used car lot. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Prices for used cars sank in August after surging at record pace through spring. Shortages of used vehicles drove rental prices higher just as the economy was reopening. The August decline should pull rental costs lower and dampen price inflation throughout the economy. See more stories on Insider's business page. Travelers rejoice: Rental car prices, which soared through the spring and summer, are finally falling. As the economy reopened, pri...
Tags: Trends, Hawaii, Travelers, Justin Sullivan Getty, Ian Shepherdson, Pantheon Macroeconomics, Shepherdson, Ben Winck Andy Kiersz


California has the highest poverty level of all states in the US, according to US Census Bureau data

An aerial view of San Francisco's first temporary sanctioned tent encampment for the homeless on May 18, 2020 in San Francisco, California. After public outrage mounted over a surge of homeless people and tents filling the streets of San Francisco during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the City opened its first temporary sanctioned tent encampment. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images California has the highest poverty rate in the US, a Census Bureau report shows. The District of...
Tags: News, California, US, San Francisco, Trends, Poverty, Homelessness, Social Security, Homeless, District Of Columbia, San Francisco California, Justin Sullivan Getty, Child Tax Credit, US Census Bureau, Census Bureau, PPIC


A wave of e-commerce logistics startups is threatening to break the UPS and FedEx duopoly

FedEx and UPS have spent the last year or two taking a hard look at their own businesses. The resulting changes are upsetting the status quo. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The pandemic e-commerce boom maxed out delivery capacity, leaving retailers hungry for alternatives. UPS CEO Carol Tomé's "better, not bigger" strategy is forcing shippers to look for new options. Startups are moving in to shake up the 50-year duopoly between UPS and FedEx. See more stories on Insider's business p...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Transportation, Ecommerce, Trends, Walmart, UPS, Usps, Logistics, Package, Pitney Bowes, Justin Sullivan Getty, Walmart Target, Amazon Air, Carol Tomé, BITranspo


California recall: Here is how we got here and what political experts foresee happening during the September 14 election

California Gov. Gavin Newsom looks on during a news conference with Bay Area AAPI leaders at the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco on March 19, 2021 in San Francisco, California. California Gov. Gavin Newsom met with San Francisco Bay Area AAPI leaders to discuss the increase in violence against the Asian community and the recent series of shootings at spas in the Atlanta area that left eight people dead, including six Asian women. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images On September 1...
Tags: California, Washington Post, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Gop, Davis, San Diego, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Los Angeles Times, Newton, Caitlyn Jenner, Gavin Newsom, Bay Area, San Francisco Bay Area, Trump


Meet the typical American homebuyer, who is middle-aged, lives in the south, and went way over budget for their house

House hunting wasn't easy for the typical homebuyer. Elaine Thompson/AP Images In the great housing shortage of 2021, the typical homebuyer has had a rough go. They've made multiple offers and paid above their budget, per a new Zillow report. Most homebuyers are middle-aged, married, and living in the south - likely a suburb. See more stories on Insider's business page. The American Dream of a house with a white picket fence and a dog in the yard is hanging by a thread this yea...
Tags: Florida, New York City, US, Trends, Austin, Brooklyn, Usps, Philadelphia, Zillow, Long Island, Black, Michael, Suffolk, Redfin, Westchester, Brendan McDermid Reuters


The 30 companies where computer science students in the US most want to land a job

Carsten Koall/Getty Images Google is an ideal employer for US computer science students. That's according to Universum's annual ranking that was just released. The following are the employers with the highest share of computer science students listing them as an attractive employer. See more stories on Insider's business page. 30. J.P. Morgan: 3.81% of computer science students ranked the banking company among their top five ideal employers. The JPMorgan Chase & Co. ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spacex, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, New York City, US, Samsung, San Francisco, Trends, Nike, Intel, Nasa


The 30 companies engineering students in the US are most excited to work for

SpaceX founder and chief engineer Elon Musk reacts at a post-launch news conference to discuss the SpaceX Crew Dragon astronaut capsule in-flight abort test at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on January 19, 2020. Joe Skipper/Reuters Universum just published its annual ranking of the most attractive employers in the US. Looking at the results for engineering students, a high share of students named SpaceX as an ideal employer. Here are the 30 employers with the highest s...
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The activist investor that stunned Exxon in board fight has its sights set on another big oil company

Chevron's deal to buy Noble Energy for $5 billion would come with redundancies, the company said. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Engine No. 1, the activist hedge fund that forced a green-energy pivot at Exxon, may be targeting another oil company. The activists have been in active discussions with other investors about mass purchasing Chevron shares. Regardless of whether the firm launches a campaign, its impact is already being felt at Chevron. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10...
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Logistics startups are enjoying a historic funding boom. Here's what 13 recent deals say about where the industry is headed.

Up and down the supply chain, startups landed millions in funding to advance their work in 2021. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The pandemic directed investor attention to supply chains after massive disruptions. Startups with new ways of moving and tracking goods scored funding years earlier than planned. Supply chain disruption is expected to stick around, creating more runway for startups. See more stories on Insider's business page. Depending on whom you ask, the pandemic accelerat...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Transportation, Ecommerce, Funding, US, Trends, UPS, Sun, Goldman Sachs, Logistics, Trucking, Fedex, Justin Sullivan Getty, Amazon Air, ShipBob


The rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes, the Theranos founder who is now on trial for fraud

Elizabeth Holmes leaves after a hearing at a federal court in San Jose, California, on July 17, 2019. Reuters/Stephen Lam Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford at 19 to start Theranos, and grew its value to $9 billion. Later, technology flaws were exposed, and Theranos and Holmes were charged with "massive fraud." Jury selection for Holmes' fraud trial began Tuesday. She could face up to 20 years in prison. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2014, blood-test...
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Remote workers from San Francisco flocked to Lake Tahoe during the pandemic. Now, thousands of people are being forced to evacuate as the Caldor fire bears down on the serene Northern California enclave.

A chairlift at Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort sits idle as the Caldor fire moves through the area. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Thousands of people were ordered to evacuate parts of Lake Tahoe amid the spread of the Caldor fire. Lake Tahoe saw an influx of residents amid the pandemic as remote workers fled the Bay Area. The region is also an enclave for tech billionaires like Larry Ellison and Mark Zuckerberg. See more stories on Insider's business page. As the Caldor fire continues its relent...
Tags: Apple, Mark Zuckerberg, Real Estate, Hollywood, News, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Trends, Features, New York Times, Larry Ellison, The Times, Silicon Valley, The New York Times, Nevada


The Discord server where Apple employees discuss workplace issues has a waitlist of 250 people, software engineer says

A little over 400 current and former Apple employees use the Discord server as a way to anonymously discuss work away from upper management, Scarlett said. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Over 200 people are on a Discord waitlist to discuss issues at Apple, one employee told Insider. She said the Discord chat currently has over 400 current and former and Apple employees. On Monday, 15 Apple employees launched a website to share stories of harassment and discrimination. See more stories on I...
Tags: Apple, News, Careers, Trends, Tech, Retail, Forbes, Scarlett, Justin Sullivan Getty, Big Tech, Tech Insider, Michael Gartenberg, Katie Canales, Cher Scarlett, Hannah Towey, AppleToo


A McDonald's in North Carolina shuts its dining room because it can't find enough staff, as the labor shortage continues to hit fast-food chains

Restaurants across the country have improved their staff benefits in a bid to attract new hires. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A McDonald's restaurant said it closed its dining room because it couldn't find enough staff. It will continue to offer takeout and collection, it said. Some Chick-fil-A restaurants have also shut dining rooms because they can't find staff in the labor shortage. See more stories on Insider's business page. A McDonald's restaurant on the outskirts...
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Citi will reportedly start trading bitcoin futures, following Goldman Sachs's lead as client demand for crypto spikes

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Citigroup is actively recruiting traders to begin working with bitcoin futures, according to a new CoinDesk report. A source familiar with the situation told CoinDesk that Citi's trading operation could begin with bitcoin futures before moving on to other products like bitcoin exchange-traded notes. In May, Goldman Sachs began offering certain clients access to a bitcoin via a derivative called non-deliverable forwards. Sign up here for our daily newslette...
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Northern California wildfires exhaust 10,000-strong army fighting them

By David R. Baker and Brian K. Sullivan | Bloomberg There are over 10,000 firefighters battling unprecedented blazes in California, but that isn’t enough, and the state is having a hard time finding more as flames rage across the western U.S. and Canada. Twelve major wildfires now burn in the Golden State, forcing 31,000 people to flee their homes. Dry winds raking Northern California helped the Caldor Fire east of Sacramento jump from 6,500 acres to 62,586 by Wednesday night, seriously damaging...
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The 100 best brands, according to customers

Consumers named Costco as one of their favorite brands, according to Comparably data. Noam Galai/Getty Images Comparably compiled a list of the 100 best brands based on ratings from customers. The final list includes media companies, fast-food restaurants, financial services, and others. Peloton, Netflix, and Costco top the list. See more stories on Insider's business page. Comparably determined customers' top 100 brands using ratings from approximately 200,000 people. Chick-...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Home Depot, Nordstrom, Hbo, Microsoft, California, France, New York City, Disney, US, Trends, Linkedin, Nike, Cisco


Sushi supply chain hit by climate change amid California water war

By Ximena Del Cerro | Bloomberg If you’ve eaten sushi anywhere in the U.S., chances are the rice came from California’s Sacramento Valley. Fritz Durst, a sixth-generation farmer, has grown the grain and other crops there for more than four decades. But this year, amid a historic drought, Durst is planting only half as many acres of rice as usual. Farmers like Durst would be having an even worse year if it weren’t for water siphoned from the Sacramento River to irrigate fields. Those diversions, ...
Tags: Food, Business, Japan, News, California, La, Restaurants, Environment, California News, Sacramento River, San Francisco, Usda, Water, Drought, Bloomberg, Sport


4 'remarkable' changes to the US economy that will help it weather the Delta surge, according to JPMorgan

Bolstered by three rounds of stimulus checks, US consumers are spending more. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The Delta variant is powering a fourth wave of infections, but the US economy is better prepared than before. The ways the economy is "mutating" leave it less vulnerable and more productive, JPMorgan says. Four key shifts protect the US from another pandemic-related recession, according to the bank. See more stories on Insider's business page. Mutations of the coronavirus have spa...
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