Matt Turner, Business Insider

Matt Turner

Business Insider

New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
  • Business Insider
Past:
  • Business Insider AUS
  • AOL.com
  • Tech Insider
  • Financial News
  • Wall Street Journal

Recent articles by Matt:

Mark Zuckerberg had $7 billion wiped off his fortune as advertisers boycott Facebook. He's going to be just fine.

An advertising boycott has sent Facebook execs scrambling, with the social media giant's top ad exec on Friday sending a memo to advertisers promising an external audit of its safety tools. → Read More

Former Pinterest employees say that despite the company's upbeat product, it was a toxic and difficult place to work

Employees described CEO Ben Silbermann as a kind person focused on the product and who either didn't know or didn't care how workers were treated. → Read More

Corporate America is facing a reckoning

Many companies have failed their BIPOC employees. As our reporting this week shows, employees are demanding change. → Read More

What Trump insiders are saying, Silicon Valley's split, and how to invest

Trump insiders started the week saying nationwide protests against police brutality were a political opportunity. That soon changed. → Read More

A Silicon Valley exodus, law firm drama, and the most consequential startup of all time

The remote work movement is accelerating, with Facebook, Twitter, Square, and Shopify signaling a permanent shift. What does that mean for Silicon Valley? → Read More

The future of work, the changing shape of the office, and the end of business travel

CEOs say the pandemic has pointed the way toward a near future of flexible work, a more relaxed work-life balance, and more inclusive cultures. → Read More

Hospitals left waiting, the sharing economy gets sliced, and the future of shopping

The coronavirus drug remdesivir was OK'd for emergency use a week ago. The plan to get it to patients is still mired in confusion. → Read More

The future of the office, how we'll shop and pay, and Masa Son's biggest challenge

44% of workers on one floor of a South Korean call center got the coronavirus. That doesn't bode well for office spaces in the future. → Read More

How $349 billion was doled out, Whole Foods' heat map, and what's next for oil

How big banks decided the futures of small businesses. Whole Foods is tracking stores at risk of unionizing. What's next for oil. The business stories you need to read this week. → Read More

A timeline to normality, stock market exuberance, and a C-Suite reading list

Here are the business stories you need to read this week, including estimates on when life will return to normal, and a C-Suite reading list. → Read More

The race to find a coronavirus vaccine, startups to watch, and a real estate meltdown

The search to find a vaccine for the coronavirus. Startups that could prosper. A real estate meltdown. Here are top business stories this week. → Read More

A Wall Street trading bonanza, how to benefit from the stimulus bill, and Silicon Valley steps up

A Wall Street trading bonanza. How to benefit from the stimulus bill. How Silicon Valley is stepping up. Here are the business stories you need to read this week. → Read More

An unprecedented wave of layoffs, what you need to know about the stimulus bill, and what comes next

Here are the business stories you need to know this week, tracking Silicon Valley layoffs, the stimulus bill, and what comes next. → Read More

The coronavirus crisis is likely going to last for months. Here are 5 key business stories to watch.

Startups are going to shut down. Hedge funds will go out of business. Cord cutting will accelerate. And work will never be the same again. → Read More

What the coronavirus means for your industry

Here's a breakdown of how the coronavirus is impacting everything from the healthcare industry to Wall Street, Silicon Valley to space exploration. → Read More

Trump just tweeted that the oil price drop is 'good for the consumer.' Wall Street isn't so sure.

Oil prices tumbled as much as 34% — the most in decades — between Sunday and Monday. → Read More

How coronavirus is upending corporate America

There's only one story in business right now. Here's everything you need to know about how companies are responding to the coronavirus. → Read More

The first family of Facebook, the most important charts in the world, and fintech dealmaking

One minute before midnight on December 29, 2017, one of Mark Zuckerberg's personal staffers got a phone call. → Read More

A $1 slice of Apple, WeWork's $2 million settlement, and Michael Bloomberg's ad spree

You want to start trading stocks on a fancy new app you've downloaded, but don't have much money to invest. Enter: fractional-share trading. → Read More

Meet the 'super angel' investors, the power players of streaming, and the top M&A bankers of 2019

It's often said that it's not what you know, but who you know. Meet the investors writing big checks to founders, the execs shaping the streaming war, and rainmaker bankers. → Read More