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YouTube is a $7 billion business as digital ad spend rebounds in 2021

Google exec Philipp Schindler said the 'shift to online video and streaming' was key to the firm's success Sean Gallup/Getty Images YouTube's revenue soared 84% year-on-year to just over $7 billion. A post-2020 rebound in online advertising drove the company's success. The firm's in-house TikTok rival YouTube Shorts more than doubled daily...

Louisiana doctor says 'exponential' surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations 'isn't a controllable thing at this point'

Louisiana Dr. Catherine O'Neal speaks to CNN about surging coronavirus spread in the state. CNN A Louisiana doctor said the spread of the coronavirus is leading to an "exponential" surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations. Dr. Catherine O'Neal told CNN, "This isn't a controllable thing at this point." The highly transmissible Delta variant is fueling...

Robinhood says it's under new investigation by FINRA days before its IPO

Alex Flynn/Bloomberg via Getty Images Just days before its IPO, Robinhood said it received an investigative request from FINRA. The agency is seeking information related to the fact that Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev and co-founder Baiju Bhatt are not licensed by FINRA. Robinhood said it is evaluating the matter and intends to cooperate with the...

AOC, other Democrats push at the last minute for Biden to extend federal eviction ban with millions at housing risk in 3 days

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA). Associated Press/Andrew Harnik Some Democrats are urging the administration to extend the federal eviction ban. Reps. Maxine Waters and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are some of them. A key Senate Democrat overseeing the rental aid program told Insider he's not pushing for a renewal yet. See more stories on Insider's business...

We're asking female CEOs and executives of color about their success in corporate Europe. Tell us who you think we should be speaking to.

After profiling the success of trailblazing Black women in corporate America, Insider is speaking to women from minority backgrounds who have risen to senior ranks in a white-dominated corporate Europe (Stock image). Getty Images Insider spoke to trailblazing Black women in corporate America about their personal success stories. Next, we want...

Apple just delivered 'a gold medal performance': Here's how 3 Wall Street analysts are reacting to the tech giant's blockbuster 3rd quarter

Apple is one of the six major retailers that confirmed it uses facial recognition in its stores. ANGELA WEISS / Getty Images Apple's third-quarter earnings report easily exceeded analyst estimates on strength in all of its businesses.Apple reported revenue of $81.4 billion, beating analyst estimates by a massive $7.9 billion.Here's how 3 Wall Street...

What to know ahead of Robinhood's IPO

Here's a rundown of what you should know ahead of Robinhood's much-anticipated IPO. SOPA Images/Getty Images Stock-trading app Robinhood is targeting a valuation of up to $35 billion in an IPO this week. Shares are slated to start trading on June 29 under the ticker "HOOD." From retail IPO access to legal power players, here's what you need...

Here's how to find cheap flights in 2021

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Israel Aerospace Industries Save on air travel by booking directly with airlines or online travel agencies. Comparing prices and having flexible dates can also help you find cheaper flights. Booking flights through airlines directly can often get you better...

Multiple theragun bundles are discounted by $100 right now during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Theragun Two bundles featuring Theragun personal massaging devices are heavily discounted during this year's Nordstrom Anniversary Sale. One of the bundles contains a Theragun Prime and Wave Duo vibrating roller for $315, and is best for advanced users....

Here's more evidence that even $100,000 starting salaries can't persuade graduates to sign up to Wall Street's grueling hours

A man sits on the Wall street bull near the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on November 24, 2020 in New York City. Spencer Platt/Getty Images There's more evidence that would-be junior bankers are put off by Wall Street's grueling hours. Graduates are increasingly in favor of better work-life balance, according to a New York Times report. Insider...

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