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The rise of Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky, who got his start renting out air mattresses on his floor and is now planning to take his $31 billion startup pub...
Brian Chesky, Airbnb's 38-year-old cofounder and CEO, had an unconventional path to Silicon Valley. Now, he leads one of its most valuable startups.
WeWork is just one of the businesses owned by the $47 billion company that just filed for its IPO — check out the full list
Originally called WeWork, the We Company rebranded at the start of 2019 in order to make room for spin-off businesses WeLive, WeGrow, and Rise by We.
The life and career rise of Adam Neumann, the billionaire WeWork founder and CEO taking his company public
Here's everything you need to know about the We Company CEO, who has five children and has purchased an estimated $80 million-worth of real estate.
Here’s what 12 of Uber’s earliest employees are doing now, from the former intern who’s now a powerful exec to the ousted former CEO...
Some of Uber's earliest employees are still at the company while others, such as Travis Kalanick and Oscar Salazar, have moved on to pursue other ventures.
Stock exchanges NYSE and Nasdaq have brought out the perks to convince unicorn tech companies to choose them for the big IPOs of the year.
Billion-dollar startup Zoom filed to go public — and shares of a totally unrelated company also called called Zoom shot up 1,100%
It's someone's lucky day at the delisted $150,000 Zoom Technologies.
Cloudflare, a startup that secretly runs the internet, raises $150 million — meaning its long-awaited IPO probably isn’t happening soon
CloudFlare's new funding round likely means that it doesn't plan on going public any time soon.
Top bankers, investors and CEOs look into a crystal ball and share their biggest predictions for 2019
Business Insider asked a group of experts to share their predictions for 2019 across tech, media, healthcare, and investing. Here's what they came up with.
The tennis star serves as a director of the online polling company SurveyMonkey, and owns 210,000 options and 35,000 restricted shares in it.
Sheryl Sandberg is donating her entire 10% stake in her late husband’s company to charity after it goes public
Sandberg's husband, Dave Goldberg, served as CEO of SurveyMonkey until his death in 2015. Now Sandberg, who serves as Facebook's chief operating officer, plans to give her shares in SurveyMonkey to her charitable foundation that bears his name.