Matt Turner, Business Insider

Matt Turner

Business Insider

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Matt:

WeWeek, Google Cloud's salespeople, and Ancestry DNA's ambitions

The business stories you need to read this week, covering the latest on big deals of the past few days, Google Cloud, and Ancestry DNA. → Read More

How MoviePass burned through millions, JPMorgan's power players, and Instagram's privacy practices

Here are the business stories you need to read this week, including deep dives on MoviePass, JPMorgan, and Instagram → Read More

What you're watching, mutual fund scrutiny, and Uber's 'bloodbath'

Here are the business stories you need to read this week, on topics ranging from what you're watching to layoffs at Uber. → Read More

Microsoft's making moves, a shakeup at Charles Schwab, and WeWork's landlords

Here are the business stories you need to read this week, on topics ranging from cloud computing to a shakeup at Charles Schwab. → Read More

Wall Street's tech transformation, a divide at Google, and the future of healthcare

Here are the business stories you need to read this week, on topics ranging from Wall Street's tech transformation to a deepening divide at Google. → Read More

Hot startups from former Googlers, Jeffrey Epstein's Wall Street connections, and CBD loopholes

Here are the business stories you need to read this week, on topics ranging from finance and investing to tech, media, and telecoms. → Read More

What's next for Slack, Goldman Sachs's new unit, and Amazon's healthcare ambitions

Here are the top business stories of the week, ranging from Slack's IPO at changes at Goldman Sachs. → Read More

The inside story at uBiome, disrupting Wall Street from within, and Peloton's prospects

Here are the biggest business stories of the past week, ranging from the inside story on poop-testing startup uBiome, to highlights from our IGNITION: Finance event. → Read More

Wall Street's 'inflection point,' the Vision Fund's power players, and secret messages

Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat recently said his firm reached a turning point last year in which its $8 billion tech budget started to pay off. → Read More

The next recession, Mark Zuckerberg's security chief, and UnitedHealth Group's $100 billion goal

It was a rough week for markets, with Donald Trump's decree that the US will impose tariffs of 5% on Mexican imports sending stocks into a spin. → Read More

UBS surveyed 8,000 smartphone users around the world, and the results should worry Apple

UBS surveyed around 8,000 smartphone owners and found the overall 12-month forward-purchase intent had fallen to the lowest level on record. → Read More

Stock markets are shrinking, and it's probably bad news for you

The US stock market has de-equitised, a fancy term that basically means companies are buying more shares than they are issuing, every year since 2011. → Read More

The brands upending retail, an exclusive invite, and hot cannabis startups

Direct-to-consumer brands like Away and Brooklinen grew up on Google, Facebook, and Instagram, upending the retail business along the way. → Read More

The true cost of the streaming wars, the next venture-capital gold rush, and Amazon's big bet

You might have heard about the streaming wars between Netflix, Disney, WarnerMedia, and others. → Read More

Wall Street's tech transformation, Amazon vs Roku, and a Silicon Valley healthcare startup in hot water

Hello! Here are the business stories you need to know this week. → Read More

What Wall Street's thinking, the VC investors getting rich, and Chevy's long game

The Wall Street elite spent the first half of this week in Los Angeles for the annual Milken Institute Global Conference. And the mood, according to Business Insider's Dakin Campbell, was cautious. → Read More

Stock market records, Amazon's visit to Madison Avenue, and mental-health startups

The stock market is enjoying its best start to a year since 1987. The US economy blew past growth expectations in the first quarter. And yet. → Read More

Cloud computing wars, tax frustrations, and chaos at HQ Trivia

Thomas Kurian, the new CEO of Google Cloud who came from rival Oracle, seems to already be having an impact, with Googlers and startup execs telling Rosalie Chan that he's making headway three months into the job. → Read More

Meet the 100 people transforming the world of business

This spring, we asked our newsroom to identify the 100 people having an outsized influence on business, and to then talk to them about their hopes and fears, successes and failures. → Read More

An IPO frenzy, 'irreconcilable' differences at Barclays, and Apple's $300 billion opportunity

Hello! It was a big week for the IPO market. For one, Uber filed for its long-awaited IPO. → Read More