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Business Insider surveyed CEOs and human resources chiefs from some of the enterprise technology industry's most valuable startups about what jobs they're looking to fill.  We also asked them what qualities they look for in a job candidate. Below is a list of the top startups that are hiring, as well as what their CEOs or HR bosses had to say about how to make yourself stand out as an applicant.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Finding a job during a public health and economic crisis is difficult, but the enterprise technology industry is among the best bets for job seekers as it's been more insulated to the effects of the downturn than consumer technologies. Business Insider surveyed the most valuable enterprise technology startups to find out which are hiring and what exactly they need – both in terms of open positions and the qualities they look for in job candidates. Job seekers should keep in mind that we surveyed startups based on valuation, not other important factors such as a financial performance or company culture, though we have noted when startups have faced challenges of which we're aware. Most information on company valuation and employee count via PitchBook.  Here's what CEOs and HR chiefs from 23 of the most valuable enterprise technology startups told us about what positions they need to fill and what qualities they look for in job candidates they hire:SEE ALSO: Meet the 54 most valuable enterprise tech startups, worth as much as $216 billion collectively UIPath Headquarters: New York, New York Year founded: 2012 Valuation: $10.2 billion Total raised: $1.2 billion as of July 2020 Employees: 3,000 as of July 2020 What it does: UIPath builds helps businesses automate common and routine tasks through a technology called robotic process automation (RPA). The startup is eyeing an IPO next year, as Business Insider recently reported. Open positions: UIPath is "actively hiring" for more than 130 open positions, including product support consultant, automaton consulting director, senior application developer, HR manager, enterprise sales leader, software engineer, and customer support manager. The company is also hiring for internships in sales and product marketing, including sales development representatives and university partnerships roles. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "Our company's core values are to be humble, be bold, be immersed, and be fast," UIPath CEO Daniel Dines told Business Insider. "We look for candidates who embody those traits—specifically, individuals who are eager to listen and learn, challenge conventional ways of thinking, experiment, and use their imagination. Culture is incredibly important to us, and we make it a priority to ensure that the individuals we hire will be a good fit."  Automation Anywhere Headquarters: San Jose, California Year founded: 2003 Valuation: $6.8 billion Total raised: $840 million as of November 2019 Employees: 2,600 as of May 2020 What it does: Automation Anywhere is another RPA startup that helps companies automate repetitive tasks. CEO Mihir Shukla recently told Business Insider that the startup can now "automatically discover" business tasks to be automated. Open positions: The company is trying to fill technical roles such as such as software engineers, developers, UX designers, and data scientists focused on cloud computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and user experience. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? Here's what Chief Human Resources Officer Nancy Hauge told us: "During the pandemic, we are interviewing candidates primarily over Zoom, and are discovering new insights from these interviews, compared to interviews we had in the past conducted in person. Social distancing has in some ways created a greater intimacy because there is a lack of predictability. Interviewers are seeing the candidate wholly. For example, there may be a child interrupting because they need attention, or a dog that suddenly jumps on their lap. How does the candidate react to these distractions? There is so much more to be learned about a candidate over Zoom. Take the background screen. If they are using a background or filter for their Zoom interview, what is the candidate willing to disclose about themselves on a personal level? As an interviewer, you get to see how someone is marketing themselves by the created environment they invite their interviewer into. Is it a quiet room with a blank space or the chaos of a household? What has changed in evaluating candidates during this time is that interviewers and hiring managers need to be more consciously competent about getting to know people. We cannot rely on the routine ice breakers we had before, but I believe this adds to the quality of our hiring." Plaid Headquarters: San Francisco, California Year founded: 2012 Valuation: $5.3 billion Total raised: $309.3 million as of January 2020 Employees: 500 as of July 2020 What it does: Plaid's payment infrastructure software connects users' bank accounts to financial applications like Robinhood and Credit Karma. Visa in January announced plans to acquire the company for a whopping $5.3 billion. Open positions: Plaid is hiring for roles including in product, engineering, sales, and legal. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "We look for a mix of experience and potential," head of people McKenna Quint told Business Insider. "We really want to bring people into Plaid who can grow as the company grows. We also look for candidates who are motivated by our mission to empower innovators and democratize financial services. These candidates often have tremendous  drive to create impact, and a steadfast commitment to continuous improvement." HashiCorp Headquarters: San Francisco, California Year founded: 2012 Valuation: $5.27 billion Total raised: $349.53 million as of March 2020 Employees: 1,000 as of June 2020 What it does: HashiCorp sells a slew of cloud tools that assist in solving security and operational issues for cloud infrastructure developers. As for HashiCorp's future plans, CEO Dave McJannet recently told Business Insider it intends to be "large standalone independent company." Open positions: Most of the company's open roles are across sales, engineering, and customer success, but it's hiring across all departments. "While cognizant of the challenges brought by the current economic environment we believe that this will ultimately accelerate the cloud transition and so we are continuing to selectively hire great talent to join our teams," HashiCorp CEO Dave McJannet told Business Insider. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "At HashiCorp, we believe an organization is driven by its people and culture," McJannet told Business Insider. "Broadly-speaking we think about two categories: skills and attributes. The unique challenge of startups is the pace of change — the job by definition changes and evolves as the company scales. As such we identify functional skills required to succeed in a particular role, but also focus on a set of role-specific 'attributes' that we've found best enable people to succeed as the company changes.  These include innate intellectual curiosity, humility, and the ability to distill simplicity out of complexity, to name a few. We believe that this balanced focus on hiring for skills as well as attributes allows us to hire top talent at scale while removing bias from our interviewing practices. These core practices ensure we hire the best person for every role who will have long term success at HashiCorp." Toast POS Headquarters: Boston, Massachusetts Year founded: 2011 Valuation: $4.9 billion Total raised: $897.25 million as of February 2020 Employees: 3,000 in February, before cutting "roughly 50 percent through layoffs and furloughs" in April. Current employee count unclear. What it does: Toast makes software for restaurants and had to cut half its staff in April after the coronavirus crisis hit the industry hard. The company had raised $400 million just before the crisis, and if it had not raised that round in February, "it'd be in big trouble," investor Mitchell Green of Lead Edge Capital told Business Insider around the time of the layoffs. Open positions: Toast is hiring for a bunch of positions including in engineering, product, marketing, sales finance, and customer success. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? "Empathetic, hospitality-minded, humble, curious, strong problem solvers," Director of talent acquisition Lori Busch told Business Insider.   Confluent Headquarters: Mountain View, California Year founded: 2014 Total raised:$455.9 million as of April 2020 Employees: 1,000 as of June 2020 What it does: Confluent builds a platform to help companies stream and analyze data in real-time. Open positions: "We're still growing significantly and are hiring for over 100 distinct roles across every department," Confluent cofounder CEO Jay Kreps told Business Insider. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "We look for people who are smart, humble, empathetic, passionate about what they do, and who get stuff done," Kreps said. "To get a job, you can just apply. We carefully review every applicant and would love to hear from you." Zenefits Headquarters: San Francisco, California Year founded: 2013 Valuation $4.5 billion in 2015 Total raised: $598.27 million as of March 2019 Employees: 450 as of May 2020 What it does: Zenefits offers human resources and payroll software for small and medium-sized companies. As Business Insider reporter Rob Price writes, Zenefits was once one of the buzziest startups in Silicon Valley but dealt with various scandals and ultimately saw its valuation drop to $2 billion in 2016, replaced its CEO, and was fined by California regulators. Zenefits has laid off 15% of its staff in April; its current valuation is unknown. Open positions: Zenefits is currently hiring for roles in customer care, engineering, legal, security, payroll operations, marketing and sales teams, including sales growth account executives, and software and cloud security engineers.  What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "We are looking for people who can thrive in a fast, flexible work environment, who are autonomous, and who manage their time effectively," Zenefits chief people officer Tracy Cote told Business Insider. "As we are all remote for the foreseeable future, and as we move to more of a 'remote-first' culture going forward, a proven ability to communicate effectively and collaborate remotely are critical. At Zenefits, we always hire for the team, not the role, so what we are looking for varies and is dependent upon our current business needs. To get a job at Zenefits, you don't have to know anyone or do anything special — we review every resume submitted, so if your background is the right fit for what we need, we'll be delighted to engage with you." TripActions Headquarters: Palo Alto, California Year founded: 2015 Valuation: $4 billion Total raised: $125 million as of June 2020 Employees: 900 as of June 2020 What it does: TripActions helps customers plan and pay for business trips without having to go through the arduous approval and reimbursement process that most companies use.  TripActions has faced challenges during the pandemic. As Business Insider's Megan Hernbroth writes, it cut roughly one-fourth of its global workforce in March, slashed benefits, closed offices, and cut its cofounders' pay in half. Open positions: TripActions is hiring sales development representatives and account executives in offices including in San Francisco Bay Area, London, New York, and Sydney, and it's hiring product managers, engineers, and designers in the Bay Area and Amsterdam. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "We hire to core competencies based on the profile of skills and experiences needed to be successful in the particular role," TripActions chief people officer Leslie Crowe told Business Insider, "We also assess against our core company values."  Here's how Crowe said TripActions' current interview process works: "Candidates either apply directly or are referred to us by existing employees. A recruiter will conduct a screening interview to ensure the candidate has the appropriate skills and experiences for the given role, then will arrange a series of interviews including with the hiring manager and often peers, direct reports and appropriate leadership. Interviews are happening by Zoom until we are back in our offices post COVID, then interviews will resume back to in person at our offices." Gusto Headquarters: San Francisco, California Year founded: 2011 Valuation: $3.8 billion Total raised: $200 million as of July 2019 Employees: 800 as of May 2020 What it does: Gusto makes human resources software for small businesses.  Open positions: Gusto is "continuing to grow and hire for strategic roles," the company said, but did not specify which roles. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "We look for alignment around values, motivation and skillset," Josh Reeves, CEO and cofounder of Gusto, told Business Insider. "At Gusto, we've been very intentional about the culture we've built and the values by which we operate. When there's alignment around those values, when there's alignment around motivation and skillset, that's when employees can truly thrive, be successful, and contribute to what we are building."  Freshworks Headquarters: San Mateo, California Year founded: 2010 Total raised: $401.1 million as of November 2019 Employees: 3,000 as of June 2020 What it does: Freshworks builds customer relationship management software.  Open positions: Freshworks is hiring for over 200 positions to support its tech team, including data scientists, data platform engineers, data analysts, account managers, and machine learning engineers. CEO Girish Mathrubootham recently told Business Insider the company has pledged not to hold any layoffs during the pandemic, though it has paused hiring. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? Here's what Girish Mathrubootham, the CEO of Freshworks, told Business Insider: "There are a lot of talented people in the market right now. We're looking for something extra. Beyond talent and smarts, we want each hire to add to the culture that we have built at Freshworks. Our culture code, CHAT, emphasizes craftsmanship, building a happy work environment, agility through empowerment and being a true friend of the customer.  We look for individuals who can embody these principles and those that combine a passion for what they do with a strong sense of purpose. Our hiring process is designed to test all the required skills for the role be it technical skills, design capabilities, problem solving and having the drive to create a better experience for our customers -- irrespective of the function they are applying for." Rubrik Headquarters: Palo Alto, CA Year founded: 2014 Valuation: $3.3 billion Total raised: $553 million as of March 2020 Employees: 1,700 as of March 2020 What it does: Rubrik builds a cloud data management platform.  Hiring: "Rubrik is always looking to hire strong talent, and that's especially true as the company enters its next phase of growth," CEO Bipul Sinha said. The company is hiring "highly qualified and highly committed individuals" across departments, with 42 open positions in engineering.  What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? Here's what Sinha told Business Insider: "When we established this company, as founders, we envisioned the attributes of the best team that we could bring together: We wanted to be around people who are excellent at what they do, work fast, and who are trustworthy and open. That's how we came up with our core values: Relentlessness, Integrity, Velocity, Excellence, and Transparency (RIVET). As we continue to scale and grow, we're focused on bringing on top talent that exemplifies and adheres to those values. We're also committed to maintaining a low-ego, high-inclusion culture, where a multitude of ideas, appearances, perspectives and backgrounds are embraced and valued. This is the kind of place where individuals who are genuinely determined to move quickly to achieve success with and for others, as much as themselves." Netskope Headquarters: Santa Clara, California Year founded: 2012 Valuation: $2.8 billion Total raised: $744.3 million as of February 2020 Employees: 1,000 as of July 2020 What it does: Netskope builds a cloud security platform to help companies monitor how employees are using cloud software such as Slack and Google Drive — and make it more secure. Open positions: Netskope is hiring in all departments, especially research, engineering, and customer success. Netskope CEO Sanjay Beri told Business Insider: "Digital Transformation is causing rapid growth across industries right now and has accelerated the inevitable transformation of enterprises' security stack." What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "Culture is very important at Netskope and a culture fit is something we prioritize for every position," Beri said. "Netskope has a strong emphasis on collaboration and transparency throughout our entire company and we look for employees that exhibit and live that culture. When interviewing we take the time to learn about the candidate beyond their resume, ensuring that the company is a fit for values, skills, and interests. While domain expertise and experience is vitally important, culture outweighs both." GitLab Headquarters: San Francisco, California Year founded: 2011 Valuation: $2.75 billion Total raised: $413.82 million as of September 2019 Employees: 1,200 as of June 2020 What it does: Gitlab is a code-collaboration platform that rivals Microsoft-owned GitHub.  Open positions: GitLab in April said it would close job postings and only hire for critical positions to save money amid the coronavirus crisis. Its outbound recruiting model is set up for recruiters to reach out to potential hires, particularly in support and security. "This allows us to be more intentional about who we are hiring and makes it easier to manage the thousands of inbound applications we received per month," GitLab CEO, Sid Sijbrandij told Business Insider. "It also enables our recruitment team to focus on hiring team members for our open, priority near-term roles,"  What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "'Values fit' is more important than culture fit," Sijbrandij said. "We aim to hire team members who share our company values of collaboration, results, efficiency, diversity, inclusion & belonging, and transparency. Specifically, we look for team members who are passionate and self-motivated to make a change—managers of one. Our mission is 'everyone can contribute"' which is something we firmly believe, regardless of position within GitLab." Collibra US headquarters: New York, New York Year founded: 2008 Valuation: $2.36 billion Total raised: $389.96 million as of March 2020 Employees: 655 as of March 2020 What it does: Collibra builds a platform to help companies manage, track, and learn from their data. CEO Felix Van de Maele told Business Insider in April that he expects demand for data services to continue despite cuts to IT budgets during the pandemic. Open positions: Collibra is hiring for roles in engineering, IT, finance, and people. The company is hiring at a slower pace than it anticipated this year.  What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? Here's what Collibra CEO and cofounder Felix Van de Maele told Business Insider: "We look at a number of factors, but an important quality is also one of our core values: open, direct and kind. We want to make sure that as our team grows, we intentionally maintain a culture where Collibrians can speak openly about what's on their minds. Another important element for us is to seek candidates who have the ability to embrace and drive change. Especially in this current environment, we know that constant change is the only way forward and we should all have the courage to both initiate and embrace it. A phrase we use a lot is 'we are One Collibra,' meaning that as a diverse, innovative team, our success is driven by the sum of our parts. As we keep moving in one common direction, we will always be more successful together" Uptake Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois Year founded: 2014 Last known valuation: $2.3 billion in 2017 Total raised: $293 million as of December 2018 Employees: 750 as of February 2018 What it does: Uptake builds a predictive analytics platform to help companies gain insights from their data. The company was valued at $2.3 billion back in 2017. Crain's Chicago Business recently reported that Uptake had cut jobs as recently as December.  Open positions: Uptake is focused on hiring what the company calls "market-facing" roles, such as industrial experts, marketing and sales jobs. The company also plans to add 10 new positions on its technology and products teams within the next four months, including roles such as engineers, data scientists, and product managers. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "We look for candidates who are: Resourceful, curious and ambitious, self starters and collaborators, strategic thinkers, willing to tackle problems with unknown solutions, and able to make the complex simple and understandable," Uptake Founder and CEO Brad Keywell told Business Insider. "Uptakers move fast. As a startup, Uptake tackles problems without ready-made  processes or clarity. To work here, you have to also be energized by ambiguity and not scared off by it. As we like to say, we're not just a 'Silicon Valley' software company. Our data scientists have dirt on their boots and grease under their nails. They've been in the field and know the problems facing each industry.  Culture, diversity, and inclusion are important to us, and we look for candidates for whom these values are important too." Postman Headquarters: San Francisco, California Year founded: 2014 Valuation: $2 billion Total raised: $208 million as of June 2020 Employees: 250 as of June 2020 What it does: Postman builds a collaboration platform offering application programming interfaces (APIs) that's used by Microsoft, Twitter, and Cisco. Open positions: CEO Abhinav Asthana told Business Insider that Postman has been "growing at a rapid pace, and have continued to grow throughout the pandemic." The company is hiring for roles including in software engineering, marketing, customer success, and design. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "At Postman, we create with the same curiosity that we see in our users—and we look for job candidates who embody that curiosity in their professional and personal lives. We value transparency, honest communication, and individuals who are dedicated to delivering the best products possible," Asthana told us. "We have a diverse, global workforce with about 250 Postman employees located in seven different countries, and we value an inclusive work culture. As we hire new Postmanauts, we're continuously striving to increase the diversity of our workforce and the inclusivity of our culture. We hire through multiple channels: in-house recruiting team, referrals, job openings on our website, and social channels." Auth0 Headquarters: Bellevue, Washington Year founded: 2013 Valuation: $1.92 billion Total raised: $333.47 million as of July 2020 Employees: 700 as of July 2020 What it does: Auth0 is a cybersecurity software startup that manages user authentication and secures the login pages for large consumer and enterprise businesses. Open positions: "Thankfully our team has been in a position to not only keep our team intact but grow beyond what we originally forecasted when the pandemic first hit," CEO Eugenio Pace told Business Insider. The company has hired 140 new employees in 2020 and is "actively" hiring for positions in departments including marketing, customer success, engineering, finance. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "We are a company of doers — we're not a company of big ideas and no execution. In terms of advice for potential employees during interviews, I would put an emphasis on what you've done as opposed to who you are. While your credentials, where you studied, and where you are from are all important aspects of who you are, Auth0 wants to see what you have done and what you are capable of doing in the future at the company," Pace told us. Sprinklr Headquarters: New York, New York Year founded: 2009 Last known valuation: $1.81 billion in 2016 Total raised: $228.5 million as of June 2017 Employees: 1,800 as of May 2020 What it does: Sprinklr builds a platform to help enterprise businesses manage social media. Back early 2019, Sprinklr told Business Insider that it hit between $250 million to $300 million in revenue and was preparing to go public. It's been mostly quiet since. Open positions: Sprinklr is hiring for roles including sales positions, managed services, and implementation consultants across all major cities in the US and Europe and hiring development engineers and product support specialists in India. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? Chief culture and talent Officer Diane K. Adams told Business Insider the following: "Sprinklr prioritizes hiring based on cultural 'fit' — fit also means people who can expand who we are. We look for candidates that align with The Sprinklr Way, which is our foundation for living, working and being.  There are four cultural attributes which foster inclusion, belonging and diversity at Sprinklr: We hire for culture, we treat employees like family – with dignity and respect, we passionately, genuinely, care, and we help others succeed. Our hiring process involves a diverse interview team (minimum of six interviewers), and I partner with Sprinklr's CEO & Founder Ragy Thomas to interview every people leader. Our vision is to encourage an environment of belonging no matter where employees are based, and create a culture where we embrace each other for who we are -- in a judgement-free zone." Dataminr Headquarters: New York, New York Year founded: 2009 Valuation: $1.6 billion Total raised: $572.37 million as of October 2019 Employees: 650 as of April 2020 What it does: Dataminr has an artificial intelligence platform to track social media and has customers including American Airlines, McDonalds, and Home Depot. The Intercept recently reported that Dataminr helped police monitor protests following the police killing of George Floyd. Open positions: "Dataminr has continued hiring throughout the pandemic across locations, levels and functions," the company said, but did not specify for which positions its currently hiring. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? Chief people officer Whitney Benner told Business Insider the following: "Our employees are passionate about what they do, and you can feel that in a meaningful way throughout our offices (even when we are virtual). We look for that same passion in our prospective employees.  Employees who do well at Dataminr generally possess three key characteristics - willingness to take initiative, find innovative solutions, and work collaboratively. All of which are embodied in our core values: Own It, Find a Better Way, Bring Others Along, and Drive Results. Our business is fast-moving, and we rely on our new employees to immediately help make an impact. Our ultimate goal is to provide a pathway for our employees across the globe to thrive, so we have additional core competency assessments to gauge each candidate's deep subject matter expertise in their field during the hiring process." Dataiku Headquarters: New York, New York Year founded: 2013 Valuation: $1.4 billion Total raised: $147.3 million as of January 2020 Employees: 400 as of February 2020 What it does: Dataiku's machine learning software helps companies turn large amounts of data into concrete insights. CB Insights lists Dataiku's valuation as $1.4 billion while PitchBook lists it as of November 2018 as $671 million. Open positions: "We currently have open roles across our global offices, as well as open roles that are fully remote, from sales, strategy, product and engineering to people ops and marketing," Dataiku CEO Florian Douetteau told Business Insider. "Locations run the gamut too: from business development in Dubai and full stack engineering in France, to enterprise account executive in Detroit.  What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "Our core values are ownership, passion, autonomy, and friendliness, so naturally we look at those attributes in candidates, regardless of role or location," Douetteau told us. "At Dataiku, we believe that people are a (if not 'the') critical piece of the equation in building data-powered companies, so it's important that everyone, regardless of job title, plays a role in using data for radical business transformation." Qumulo Headquarters: Seattle, Washington Year founded: 2012 Valuation: $1.2 billion Total raised: $363.01 million as of July 2020 Employees: 315 as of July 2020 What it does: Qumulo is a hybrid cloud storage startup that helps customers manage data inside their own data centers and the cloud. Qumulo more than doubled its valuation in a recent funding round and told Business Insider that it shows how investors are betting big on digital transformation amid the pandemic. Open positions: Qumulo is "actively recruiting and hiring" and currently has more than 75 open positions.  What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "There is a combination of qualities and values we look for in each of our candidates: We have a set of core values that were developed by our founders, are ingrained in our culture and are part of the fabric that makes Qumulo different from other companies," Qumulo CEO Bill Richter told Business Insider. "Everyone is looking for smart and capable experts but it's more than that for us. We look for the qualities that embody the values of Qumulo and we believe that distinction gives us a significant business advantage.  We're also willing to look beyond our immediate industry for diverse talent that brings unique outside perspective and expertise to our team. Each Qumulon is driven toward the goal of making our customers successful." FiveTran Headquarters: Oakland, California Year founded: 2012 Valuation: $1.2 billion Total raised: $163.12 million as of June 2020 Employees: 350 as of June 2020 What it does: FiveTran builds a platform to bring together all of a company's data into a single dashboard. Open positions: Fivetran is hiring in multiple roles including engineering, sales, human resources, marketing, product managers, and technical success. What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "For starters, the qualities we look for in candidates are those that align with our company values: The Fivetran Core Values are the backbone of our amazing company," Fivetran's VP of global people operations Amanda Townsend told Business Insider. "They are not just a marketing ploy, but an active part of our daily life in and out of the office. We feel that when someone sees our values in action, they can relate to them because we live them every single day. To get a job at Fivetran you need to first apply and then go through the interview process. Once that is complete, if a candidate fits our qualifications and aligns with our core values, we will extend an offer. Icertis Headquarters: Bellevue, Washington Year founded: 2009 Valuation: $1.15 billion Total raised: $171.5 million as of July 2019 Employees: 1,000 as of June 2020 What it does: Icertis builds a platform to help customers manage contracts in the cloud, which its leaders say increases a company's capacity for contracts, ensures those contracts comply with regulations and policies, and reduces costs. Open positions: "We are currently hiring across teams – engineering, marketing, sales, customer success – and expect to fill more than 200 new jobs by the end of 2020," VP of human resources Brooke Hue told Business Insider.  Icertis hired a total of 319 employees around the world in the first six months of 2020, the company said, including more than 50 class of 2020 graduates.  What qualities do you look for in a job candidate? How does someone get a job at your company? "At Icertis, we are passionately committed to a values-driven approach to doing business – how we get there is as important as the destination," Hue told us. "We look for candidates who by live our FORTE values – Fairness, Openness, Respect, Teamwork, Execution."
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Jack Dorsey said his strict diet, exercise, and meditation regimen is the result of taking on his second CEO position at Twitter.  During an appearance on "The Boardroom: Out of Office" podcast hosted by NBA star Kevin Durant's manager, Rich Kleiman, Dorsey was asked why he's willing to put up with the stress of running two companies, Twitter and Square.  Dorsey said he views the stress as a motivator and an opportunity to keep learning, but said it was also the catalyst for making major changes in his personal life.  "When I went back to Twitter and took on the second job, I got super-serious about meditation and I got really serious about just dedicating a lot more of my time and energy to working out and staying physically healthy and looking more critically at my diet," Dorsey said. "I had to. Just to stay above water." Dorsey's strict routine has been scrutinized in the past. He meditates for two hours each day and only eats one meal during weekdays before fasting all weekend.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Serving as the CEO of two major corporations can add stress to anyone's plate — for Jack Dorsey, it was the catalyst he needed to make some major changes in his personal life.  The Twitter and Square CEO described that period during an appearance this week on "The Boardroom: Out of Office" podcast, hosted by Rich Kleiman, cofounder of Thirty Five Ventures and manager of NBA superstar Kevin Durant. Kleiman asked Dorsey about his wealth — which tops $7.7 billion — and why he's willing to put up with the stress of running two companies. "I don't really think about the money aspects of it, probably because all of my value is really tied up in these two companies," Dorsey said. "I have to sell shares in order to get access to any of that."  Dorsey said that he views the stress as a motivator and an opportunity to keep learning.  "I'm part of two companies that scaled doing completely different things, and I get to see this like, perspective in the world that I wouldn't have otherwise. It's just incredible," Dorsey said. "That's what really drives me and makes the stresses OK. It's also like, how to creatively adapt to all the new stresses. Every stress brings a new opportunity to bring on a new practice." Dorsey said taking the helm at Twitter again in 2015 — while simultaneously running payments company Square — was the catalyst for adopting a new diet and exercise regimen.  "When I went back to Twitter and took on the second job, I got super-serious about meditation and I got really serious about just dedicating a lot more of my time and energy to working out and staying physically healthy and looking more critically at my diet," Dorsey said. "I had to. Just to stay above water." Dorsey said that the added stress actually "made everything in my life better" and that he's grateful he took it on.  Dorsey is famous for having a regimented routine. He typically wakes up at 5 a.m., tries to meditate for two hours each day, and, prior to the coronavirus outbreak, walked to Twitter's headquarters every morning — a five-mile walk that Dorsey told Kleiman typically takes him an hour and 20 minutes.  In the past, Dorsey has experimented with different diets, including becoming a vegan and trying the Paleo diet. Most recently, however, Dorsey has been fasting, eating only one meal on weekdays and then fasting all weekend. The strict eating regimen has been scrutinized by those who worry that it sounds like an eating disorder. Regardless, Dorsey's stress-management routine has likely come in handy over the last five years, particularly in running Twitter. Most recently, Dorsey has had to fend off a near-ouster as CEO from activist investor Elliott Management and has taken a stand on tweets from President Donald Trump that violated Twitter's guidelines on glorifying violence and spreading misinformation about COVID-19.  You can listen to Dorsey's full conversation with Kleiman on "The Boardroom" podcast. SEE ALSO: Jack Dorsey explains why wanting to work 20 hours a day to be like Elon Musk is 'bulls---' Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: We tested a machine that brews beer at the push of a button
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Last week, Tesla announced a 5-for-1 stock split, setting off a 20% rally for shares that were already at vertigo-inducing levels. For bulls, it was a buying opportunity. For bears, it was more bad news.  And for anyone wondering why Tesla is worth more than GM, Ford, FCA, and the VW Group combined, it was an education in how a negative thesis about a company can steadily fall apart. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Let's spend a little bit of time in a parallel universe that, believe it or not, actually exists.  Tesla is worth anywhere from $250 billion to $300 billion in market cap these days, after an epic rally that started at the beginning of the year, and is still going. It has logged swings in valuation as big as Ford's entire market cap, and bulls have gleefully noted that Tesla is now worth more than the entire Detroit Big Three combined — plus the VW Group.  Tesla also sold just over 250,000 vehicles last year — a record for Musk but nothing compared to Ford , which sold almost four times that many pickup trucks alone, in just the US. A fundamental assessment of Tesla's business does not yield a $300-billion company. But a fundamental analysis of General Motors doesn't add up to $40-billion market-cap company, when you consider that has an enterprise value of $130 billion and has been posting an annual profit of about $10 billion every year since 2015. It's obvious that Tesla is currently wildly overvalued, while the entire traditional auto industry, which had been racking up pretty routine profits, pre-pandemic, is wildly undervalued. Tesla's parallel universe, explained Welcome to the parallel universe! It exists because the facts on the ground are indisputable. Tesla is indeed valued at stratospheric levels by investors, who think the company is either a great bet on an electrified transportation future — or a great place to park money in a low-yield world. And Tesla has indeed produced far fewer vehicles and generated far less revenue than its old-school competition. A fair amount of bickering about this parallel universe has done nothing to make it go poof, returning us to a realm governed by proper business assessments. The bulls have kept on winning, and the bears have kept on losing.  The latest defeat came last week, when Tesla announced a 5-for-1 stock split. This kind of move changes nothing about a company's valuation, but does somewhat artificially reduce the stock price, opening up some opportunity for less flush buyers to come off the sidelines. It can bolster the confidence of established investors, encouraging them to hold what they have (now multiplied) and buy more and what to them might resemble a discount. The upshot of the move was to push the Tesla rally another 20%. Musk has needled short-sellers on plenty of occasions — Who could forget the satiny, red short-shorts that bore the Tesla lineup's initials (S-E-3-Y) and that sold out immediately? — but the stock-split was more like a dagger to the heart. Tesla has long been an appealing yet dangerous stock to short. Along with Apple, it's among the most heavily shorted in the market. A history of volatility has made the risk worth it, for intermittent rewards.  Götterdämmerung for short-sellers But long-term, the shorts have been screwed. Tesla has returned better than 6,700% since its 2010 IPO. It hasn't just beaten the market. It has created its own, alternative market, where the familiar rules don't apply and 20% gains come out of nowhere.  This is why I've argued, on several occasions, that it's pointless to short Tesla. "It was a bad idea to short Tesla at $200, at $400, and even now at $900 or whatever," I wrote the last time I offered this advice — and I'll now see your $900 and raise you $1,700, divided by five. "The 'bleak, reactive counter-narrative' [my terms] that motivates Tesla skeptics has been thoroughly discredited. Find something else to wager your money on." Or don't. The thing about this parallel universe is that while it's ruled by bulls, bears can't seem to stay away. I'll concede that over the next 12 to 18 months, something will surely knock Tesla's stock price off its near-vertical trajectory and vindicate some short-sellers' positions, depending on when they got in and how they' ve structured it. But the macro-trend is trend is moving north, as it has been for the past five years. But why? Clearly, Tesla is a stock that's fueled by a narrative, and by Musk's charisma, and by a historical moment when there's a lot of money sloshing around in search of market-beating returns. But that's not parallel-universe thinking.  In the alternative reality of Tesla — which isn't an alternative because we're really living in it — people both love the product and love the brand. That's what the elevated stock price, so out of whack with the business, represents. And that's why it game-over for the bears. I shouldn't have to say it, but love conquers all.FOLLOW US: On Facebook for more car and transportation content! Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why China Loves Tesla
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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced firms around the world to shut down their offices and their employees to work from home – with many wondering what the future holds.  Perlego – the "Spotify for textbooks" – analyzed data from more than 600 of its C-suite customers to find out what business leaders were reading in these strange times.  Standouts include books by Nike cofounder Phil Knight and tech investor Ben Horowitz.  Perlego CEO Gauthier Van Malderen said senior execs had used their time in isolation to learn the "crucial skills" needed for businesses to survive.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in businesses all around the world shutting down their offices and telling employees to work from home.  The change of pace has forced senior executives to strategize the future of their firms while relying on video-calls and text messages.  Perlego – an online library startup dubbed the "Spotify of textbooks" – has analyzed the most popular books read by more than 600 C-suite executives using its platform.  Titles include bestsellers by the likes of Nike cofounder Phil Knight and Ben Horowitz, one of the best-known investors in Silicon Valley.  "[Executives] are reading books on leading in times of crisis, dealing with stress, engaging a remote workforce, preparing for a post-COVID world and many more topics," Perlego CEO Gauthier Van Malderen told Business Insider. We broke down the 20 most popular books being read by C-suite executives this summer: 20. "Uncertainty and Strategic Decision Making" by Kristian J. Sund, Robert J. Galavan and Anne S. Huff Read it here >> Released in 2017, this book brings together best practices as outlined by three National University of Ireland business experts, working through ideas such as the role of intuition in decision making, managerial biases, and strategic change. 19. "Managing Oneself" by Peter F. Drucker Read it here >>  Widely regarded as the "father of modern management", Peter F. Drucker's 2017 tome is just the latest in his back catalogue of 39 books on management.  A short but solid read, "Managing Oneself" promises to help employees at every level take control of their careers.  18. "Resilient Organizations" by Erica Seville Read it here >> In "Resilient Organizations", author Dr Erica Seville poses the question: "Do we need to wait until a crisis strikes to see how resilient an organization is?"  Founder of the Resilient Organizations research programme, Dr Seville provides readers with the essential knowledge needed to allow businesses to thrive in the toughest of circumstances.  17. "Leadershift" by John C. Maxwell Read it here >> Released less than one year ago, "Leadershift" is the latest work by New York Times bestselling author John C. Maxwell.  In "Leadershift", Maxwell helps leaders make the changes the current fast-paced environment demands, including continual learning, speed, the big picture and uncertainty.    16. "Get a Life!" by Rick Hughes Read it here >>  Striking the correct work-life balance for you can be a hard task – and even harder to maintain, especially as circumstances change around you. "Get A Life!" is a practical handbook to help you get on top of it. Written by internationally renowned coach, counselor and wellbeing consultant Rick Hughes, his book covers everything from assessing your needs, workload management and roundly debunk the myths of perfectionism so prominent in places like Silicon Valley.  15. "The Age of Influence" by Neal Schaffer Read it here >>  In many ways, social media has been a democratizing force, upending traditional notions of authority and influence, even as new information is created and consumed all around us.  In "The Age of Influence", Neal Schaffer – the internationally recognized social media marketing expert – outlines what part that shift has played in online marketing in "the Influencer Era". "The Age of Influence" is a handbook for anyone who wants to successfully spread a message in the age of social media. 14. "Trailblazer" by Marc Benioff Read it here >>  When Salesforce chairman and CEO Marc Benioff called for greater regulation on the tech industry at the Davos World Economic Forum – going so far as to say Facebook ought to be reined in "the same way you regulated the cigarette industry" – he found himself at the center of a media frenzy. In "Trailblazer", Benioff outlines a model for others to follow if they want to thrive in the modern business environment, with criticism of corporate greed bringing new pressures to bear on industry leaders.  "Trailblazer" is a cutting-edge guidebook to help us all prepare for the arrival of "business for good". 13. "The Future is Faster Than You Think" by Peter H. Diamadis and Steven Kotler Read it here >>  Technology is accelerating far more quickly than anyone could have imagined. During the next decade, we will experience more upheaval and create more wealth than we have in the past hundred years. In this gripping and insightful roadmap to our near future, Diamandis and Kotler investigate how wave after wave of exponentially accelerating technologies will impact both our daily lives and society as a whole. What happens as AI, robotics, virtual reality, digital biology, and sensors crash into 3D printing, blockchain, and global gigabit networks? How will these convergences transform today's legacy industries? And what will happen to the way we raise our kids, govern our nations, and care for our planet? 12. "Coronavirus: Leadership and Recovery: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review" Read it here >>  As the pandemic wreaks havoc with the global economy, forward-looking organizations are moving past crisis management and positioning themselves to leap ahead in a transformed economy after what this book dubs "Great Pause."  This book, distributed by from Harvard Business School, provides you with essential thinking about managing your company through the Covid-19 pandemic, keeping your employees – and yourself – healthy and productive, and challenging your business to continue innovating and reinvent itself ahead of the recovery.   11. "The Insider's Guide to Culture Change" by Siobhan McHale 10. "Crisis Leadership" by Tim Johnson Read it here >>  From the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the oil disaster of Deepwater Horizon, to the global pandemic now gripping the world, corporations are coming to realize that the impossible can happen all too easily. "Crisis Leadership" examines the challenges faced by leaders at each stage of the crisis "lifecycle," from the instant they learn of the crisis, through to moments of critical decision-making and the final tumultuous days. 9. "Hardiness" by Steven J. Stein and Paul T. Bartone Read it here >>  Published in December, "Hardiness" is the latest book from clinical psychologist Steven J. Stein and research fellow Paul T. Bartone.  The book uses case studies – including artists, athletes, first responders and soldiers – to demonstrate what they call "the three Cs" of hardiness in action: control, commitment and challenge.   "The Diversity Bonus" by Scott E. Page Read it here >>  In "The Diversity Bonus" Scott Page, a professor of social science and management at the University of Michigan, argues that a diverse workforce is key to a company's success — that means hiring people with different expertise, backgrounds, perspectives and ways of problem solving. Page lists examples of companies with a diverse workforce that outperform firms with more homogeneous teams. He labels this improved performance, which he sees in both complex problem solving and in coming up with new ideas, a "diversity bonus." The book also discusses the different ways people analyze, perceive, and organize the same tasks, and how this is affected by gender, race, and identity. 7. "Can You Hear Me?" by Nick Morgan Read it here >>  In Washington Post bestseller "Can You Hear Me?", Nick Morgan explains why the quality of human connection we experience in many forms of virtual communication is so subpar. Morgan outlines five big problems with communication in the virtual world — lack of feedback, lack of empathy, lack of control, lack of emotion, and lack of connection and commitment — sharply highlighting what is lost in our accelerating shift to a more virtual world. 6. "Get Sh*t Done: The Ultimate Guide to Productivity, Procrastination, and Profitability" by Jeffrey Gitomer Read it here >>  Published last year, "Get Sh*t Done" tells you why you're failing to achieve your goals in business and life, and suggests strategies that can help. One of Amazon's best-selling authors, Gitomer outlines a step-by-step guide to becoming more motivated and productive, with the aim of boosting your income and help you build better work habits. 5. "Disrupt It Yourself" by Simone Bhan Ahuja Read it here >>  Today, driving innovation from within an organization is the single most important factor for a company's success. In Disrupt-It-Yourself, Simone Ahuja delivers a clear and practical playbook for harnessing and cultivating this essential practice of "intrapreneurship. " Based on hundreds of interviews as well as on her consulting work in Fortune 500 companies, Ahuja describes the competencies of successful intrapreneurs, and how they must be supported– before they leave. 4. "Work Together Anywhere" by Lisette Sutherland and K. Janene-Nelson Read it here >>  Released in June, "Work Together Anywhere", Lisette Sutherland, an international champion of virtual-team strategies, offers a complete blueprint for optimizing team success by supporting every member of every team. Packed with hands-on materials and actionable advice for cultivating agility, camaraderie, and collaboration, this book is a thorough and inspiring must-have guide for getting ahead in today's remote-working world. 3. "Inclusive Talent Management: How Business can Thrive in an Age of Diversity" by Stephen Frost and Danny Kalman Read it here » In "Inclusive Talent Management", Stephen Frost, head of diversity and inclusion at major UK accountancy firm KPMG, and Danny Kalman, director of global talent at Panasonic, team up to deliver practical measures for improving diversity in the workforce.  Firms should, for example, launch apprenticeships and partner with networks comprising people from under-represented groups. Leaders should not just say the right words, but take the right action, the book says. 2. "Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight Read it here >>  In this New York Times bestseller, Nike cofounder Phil Knight reveals what it was like in the early days of his intrepid startup – and how it evolved into one of the world's most iconic brands.  Bill Gates named "Shoe Dog" as one of his five favorite books of 2016, calling it "an amazing tale". He said: "[It's] a refreshingly honest reminder of what the path to business success really looks like."  1. "The Hard Thing About Hard Things" by Ben Horowitz Read it here >> Top of the list is "The Hard Thing About Hard Things", the 2014 bestseller by one of Silicon Valley's most respected and experienced entrepreneurs, Ben Horowitz.  Filled with his trademark humor and straight talk, Horowitz's book is invaluable for veteran entrepreneurs as well as those aspiring to their own new ventures, drawing from his personal and often humbling experiences.
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You can turn shuffle mode on or off on Tidal using the shuffle button in the player controls at the bottom of the screen. The Tidal web page and mobile app features two shuffle controls. The larger one only shuffles the current album or playlist, but can't be used to turn off shuffle mode.  On the mobile app, tap the minimized player controls at the bottom of the screen to make it larger, then you can find the shuffle control in the bottom left corner of the screen.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Whether you like shuffling your music or prefer albums to be played in the order the band envisioned, there's no debate that many music players and streaming services make it hard to find the shuffle controls.  Tidal's shuffle controls may be initially confusing because the large, obvious shuffle button can only turn shuffle mode on, not off. Check out the products mentioned in this article: Tidal Premium Subscription (From $9.99 per month at Tidal) How to turn shuffle play on and off on Tidal on a computer 1. If you're using Tidal in a web browser, you'll find an obvious "Shuffle" button at the top of the page, to the right of the album or playlist cover art, near the "Play" button. You can click this to shuffle your music, but it will not turn off shuffle play. 2. To turn off shuffle mode, click the "Shuffle" icon at the bottom of the web page in the player control strip, located to the left of the "Previous" track button.  You can use this button to turn shuffle mode on or off, and you can tell it's on when the button turns blue.  How to turn shuffle play on and off on Tidal on a mobile device  1. On the Tidal mobile app, you'll find a "Shuffle" button in the middle of the screen, to the right of the "Play button." Tapping this button will shuffle your music, but it will only turn shuffle play on, not off. 2. To turn off shuffle mode, tap the player controls at the bottom of the screen. By default, these controls are minimized, but tapping it causes the player to take up the whole screen.  3. Click the "Shuffle" icon at the far left of screen, next to the "Previous track" button. You can use this button to turn shuffle mode on or off, and you can tell it's on when the button changes color.  Related coverage from Tech Reference: How to turn off the initially hard-to-find 'shuffle' option in an iPhone's Music app How to shuffle your Spotify playlists on desktop or mobile, and get a different experience each time you listen How to turn on shuffle on Spotify, using either your computer or phone How to use an iTunes gift card to pay for an Apple Music subscription How to find playlists on Apple Music and add them to your library SEE ALSO: The best true wireless earbuds Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: A cleaning expert reveals her 3-step method for cleaning your entire home quickly
  Sony's WH-1000XM4 headphones are among the best wireless noise-cancelling headphones you can get in the $350 price range. They have excellent noise cancellation, phone call quality that cuts out a tremendous amount of ambient noise, great battery life, and amazing audio performance.  If you're not satisfied by the way they sound out of the box, you can use Sony's Headphones app to tweak them. It's worth doing, because you can get better sound than the historical gold standard in wireless noise-cancelling headphones — the $400 Bose 700.  If you're looking at wireless noise-cancelling headphones, chances are you're also looking at the Bose 700. If so, check out our direct comparison between the Sony WH-1000XM4 and the Bose 700.  Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Right off the bat, the Sony WH-1000XM4 wireless noise-cancelling headphones should be serious contenders for your head and ears. Indeed, "wireless" and "noise cancelling" have been popular criteria, and Sony gets these two aspects absolutely right. You're also getting great sound quality that you can refine to your liking by using the Sony Headphones app, and you might even like them more than the historical gold standard in wireless noise-cancelling headphones — the $400 Bose 700.  If $350 is in your budget for wireless noise-cancelling headphones, the XM4 should absolutely be high up in your shortlist, but make sure to read the full review below to ensure they're for you. Specifications Drivers: 40mm dome Connectivity: Bluetooth, NFC, 3.5mm jack, USB Type-C charging Codecs: LDAC, DSEE Battery Life: 30 hours App: Sony Headphones for iOS and Android Comfort and design The XM4 are very comfortable headphones. The earcups covered in smooth leatherette are plush and don't grip onto my head, but they're just tight and lightweight enough that the headphones stay on while tilting and turning my head in every direction. For reference, my head around my brow and tips of my ears measure in at about 23 inches. The headband is made of something firmer, but also covered in smooth leatherette, and it doesn't apply too much pressure, nor does the top of my head get sore after long periods of listening.  Design-wise, the XM4 are pretty neutral and modern looking. Their matte plastic exterior is available in black and "silver," which looks more like a kind of light tan or gray beige. You could make the argument that there should be more metal for a pair of $350 headphones, but metal would probably add more weight, and it wouldn't really add much more to their premium feel. Sound quality What's objective and definitive is that the XM4 gets the basics right — they have a very rich sound and a good, fairly wide soundstage. Sony also boasts that it collaborated with Sony Music Studios Tokyo for the sound quality of the XM4s. To be honest, I'm not the right person to tell you how much that counts for, but I thought I'd mention it.  Outside of that, it's hard for me to tell you whether these sound good or not, because everyone hears differently and everyone has a preference to how their music sounds. And that happens to be an area where the XM4s shine. Their sound is customizable via the Sony Headphones app, and you can change the sound to however you want it to be. Customizing sound through equalizer (EQ) settings isn't new, it's just particularly effective with Sony's app and the XM4 headphones.  Thank goodness the XM4s are customizable, because their out-of-the-box sound isn't my favorite. In their default state, the XM4s have big, powerful sound that leans heavily towards bass and doesn't give very much attention to higher frequencies, which leads to a muffled sound that frankly isn't very impressive. If you like clarity and a better balance that features a little more treble and highs, the XM4 won't be for you, and you'll want to go into the Sony Headphones app to customize the sound.  So that's what I did, and I found an adjustment that makes my music sound amazing to me, and it was pretty easy and quick. In fact, my own customization turned the XM4 into a pair of headphones that are going to be hard to replace. It was worth going into the app and playing around with the sound settings, as I prefer the way the XM4 sound compared to the Bose. (If you're curious, I use the "Bright" preset, and set the "Clear Bass" to +5 or more.)  Some don't really care too much and just want a pair of headphones that they're told sound good without fiddling around in an app, and for those people, I'd suggest the $400 Bose 700 that can often be had for less. They offer excellent sound out of the box. Noise cancellation and battery life Noise cancellation on the XM4 is excellent and on par with Bose, which have set the standard for noise-cancelling wireless headphones with the Quiet Comfort line, and most recently its 700 line.  In an office-type environment at about 53 decibels, including air conditioning droning and a couple of loud fans, I could listen to music at significantly lower volumes than without noise cancelling. The ambient noise from the air conditioning and fans, and even the sound of my wife on a phone call in the same room was all but forgotten while listening to music.  Without music, some higher frequency fan noise was still audible, but the XM4 made the room significantly quieter and more comfortable to work in. I could also still hear my wife's phone conversation, but again, it was totally tolerable, and I could still easily work comfortably without feeling distracted.  I even tested the XM4 next to my home's 10KW backup power generator, which produces between 65 and 85 decibels — a range that decently represents a Midtown Manhattan avenue. The XM4 did remarkably well at cancelling out the generator's noise considering my proximity to the generator, and that the noise was coming exclusively from one source rather than the "everywhere" nature of noise in Manhattan. In a sentence, the XM4 will absolutely make subway and walking commutes in busy cities significantly more tolerable and comfortable.  As for battery life, Sony touts an impressive 30 hours, and five hours of listening time from a quick 10-minute top-off charge with 1.5A or more adapter. All in all, battery life in real life is great — it never felt as if I was constantly charging the XM4.  Phone calls Sony has worked to improve the ambient noise reduction during phone calls, and that work paid off. I had a phone conversation at around the 65-75 decibel range (near my generator), and the person I was speaking with said, for the most part, they wouldn't know I was next to a noisy engine that produces 10,000 watts of power at 240 volts.  Basically, that means you can walk around a city's busy streets and have a comfortable conversation with barely any city noise making its way into the phone call.   That brings the XM4s up to the Bose 700 region for phone call performance, which is saying something. The Bose 700 were a revelation for ambient noise control for phone calls.  Apps and other features The Sony Headphones app is utilitarian but necessary to customize the sound to your liking, and while it was quick and easy for me, I see plenty of room for improvement to make it more intuitive and more attractive, especially for those who are less inclined on tech. Sony has loaded the XM4s with one feature that's incredibly important for a pair of wireless headphones in 2020 and beyond, as well as a bunch of features that aren't entirely necessary, even questionable.  First, the important feature the XM4s include is Bluetooth multipoint technology, which lets you connect to two devices at the same time. Multipoint is essential if you often switch between your phone and computer — you can listen to music from your computer with the headphones, as well as pick up a phone call from your phone without any manual switching.  Another feature that works well is "Quick Attention," which reduces your music's volume and turns off noise cancelling when you place your hand over the right earcup. That's great when you need to communicate with someone briefly, like when you're buying something. Volume and noise cancellation come right back when you remove your hand from the right earcup. I'd still think I'm being rude if I kept my headphones on while communicating with another human being, but at least the motion of putting your hand to the earcup is an indication that you're doing something to pay attention to them.  There's also "Speak To Chat," where the headphones detect when you're talking, and music and noise cancellation are totally turned off. When the headphones detect that you're no longer talking, music and noise cancellation are re-engaged after a set amount of time. It works well, but if I'm going to chat with anyone for more than a brief amount of time, I'm going to take off the headphones. If it's not obvious, this is one of the questionable features.   The Sony app includes a noise cancellation optimizer designed to, well, optimize noise cancellation for you by analyzing anything that might alter the earcups' seal around your ears. I'm not entirely sure if it works, to be honest, but optimized or not, sound quality and noise cancellation remain excellent. There's also a "360 Reality Audio" feature that supposedly enhances audio with some kind of surround sound enhancements. The setup process is odd, as you need to take photos of your ears, and it only works with the Tidal, Nugs, and Deezer streaming apps. I don't use any of these apps, so I couldn't test this feature. Honestly, these kinds of features rarely end up enhancing anything for the better.  Should you buy the Sony WH-1000XM4? Yep! I could leave it at that, but I need to disclose that the XM4s work best if you use the Sony Headphones app. Maybe you'll like the default sound, but I find it lackluster. After a little effortless tweaking, the XM4 became one of my favorite pairs of all-around headphones — you're getting some of the best sound quality, comfort, noise cancellation, and phone call quality in the $350 price range.  If $350 is on the higher side, you could still pick up Sony's previous generation in the XM series, the WH-1000XM3. Sound quality, noise cancellation, and comfort are all just a hair under the new XM4, but for the sub-$250 price tags we're seeing these days for the XM3, they're a bargain. To note, the XM3s would also benefit from some minor finagling with the app to get the sound you like. See what we said about the XM3 headphones around the time they were released.  If you're truly not interested in playing around with an app and you "just want a good pair of headphones," I'd recommend the Bose 700 instead. You can check out the Bose 700 review here.  Pros: Comfortable, long battery life, excellent noise cancellation, great audio quality, incredibly effective sound customization, impressive ambient noise reduction for phone calls Cons: Default sound is muffled and lacks highs and clarity, app is utilitarian and not super intuitive  Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
Hulu is a popular video-streaming service with thousands of movies and TV shows, including original Hulu content.  The platform is easy to use, but there some tips, tricks, and add-ons worth exploring to improve your streaming experience. Special features include Hulu Watch Party, which lets you stream and watch content simultaneously with friends, and Hulu Kids Profiles, which let you restrict and monitor your child's viewing activity.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. With more streaming services you can shake a remote at, it's admittedly difficult to keep track of all the detailed features that each streaming service offers, Hulu included. Since it's launch in 2007,  Hulu has become a major player in the streaming world thanks to a spate of critically acclaimed original TV shows and the addition of its live TV service.  If you're looking to be entertained, we got you covered with the best movies on Hulu and the best Hulu Original TV shows you can watch right now.  But if you're looking to get the most out of Hulu, here are a few of our favorite tips to make your streaming experience even better.  Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky   1. Personalize your experience with profiles People you share your account with are bound to have different tastes in movies and TV. Luckily, Hulu allows you to create up to six separate profiles so your family and friends (plus kids!) can enjoy a streaming experience tailored to their preferences and viewing history.  Depending on whether you use your computer, mobile device, or smart TV, the method for creating a new profile will look slightly different.  On the web, you can create a profile by hovering your cursor over your profile in the top right corner of the screen and selecting "Manage Profiles." From there, click "(+) Add Profile" and fill out the required fields. For mobile and TV-connected devices, you can create a profile by accessing your Account page.  You can edit or delete a profile at any time, and Hulu makes it easy to switch between profiles seamlessly.   Creating a Kids Profile If you wish to create a profile for a child, there is an option to toggle the "Kids Mode" on when creating a profile. A Kids Profile gives children access to Hulu's "Kids Hub," and prohibits access to mature content.  2. Track your favorite content with My Stuff "My Stuff" is exactly what it sounds like. Whether you want to be notified about new episodes, save a film to watch for later, or catch something before it leaves Hulu, adding content to "My Stuff" allows you to keep track of shows or movies you're interested in. To add a show or movie to "My Stuff," all you have to do is visit the details page of the show or movie and click the "+" icon near the play button. If you're fond of a particular television network, you can add it to "My Stuff" as well.  It's important to note that if you're using a device that only supports the older version of Hulu — what's billed as the "classic" Hulu app — you'll see a feature called "Watchlist." The main difference between the two is that "Watchlist" tracks everything you watch, while "My Stuff" tracks what you've added manually, which makes for a more curated experience.  3. Get better recommendations  If you're not happy with the recommendations Hulu offers, you can help the platform learn your tastes by using the "like" and "dislike" system.  How it works is simple: When you "like" a show or movie, Hulu tweaks its suggestion algorithm to recommend similar content. And when you "dislike" something, Hulu will stop suggesting it on the home screen and other areas in the app.  Using this "like/dislike" system will look slightly different depending on which device you're using, but in general, just look for the "thumbs up" and "thumbs down" icons. If you ever want to undo your sentiment, you'll just need to tap it again.  4. View and manage your watch history Embarrassing content in your watch history? We're not judging. But if you ever want to remove any titles from your watch history, Hulu makes it easy.  Your watch history is located within the "Keep Watching" collection, which you can access from the home screen. You can remove a single show or movie from your history, or clear your entire Hulu watch history once. Learn how to clear your watch history on Hulu. 5. Know the compatible streaming devices The latest Hulu app is supported on a number of viewing platforms, making it easy for you to watch your favorite Hulu content on any device. Smart TVs: You can watch Hulu on many different kinds of smart TVs, such as Apple TV, Fire TV, and Samsung TV. The Hulu app is often built into these devices.  Streaming sticks: Hulu is also available on most streaming sticks and devices, such as Chromecast, Roku Stick, and Fire TV Stick.  Gaming consoles: You can even download and watch Hulu on your gaming console, such as Xbox and PlayStation.  Phones and tablets: To watch Hulu on any phone or tablet, simply download the Hulu app from your device's app store.  Note that if you only have access to the older version of Hulu, or the Classic Hulu app, you have fewer options for compatible streaming. You can view the full list of compatible devices on Hulu's website. 6. Host a virtual viewing party Hulu Watch Parties are a great way to connect with friends or family when you're far apart. Watch Parties allow you to watch movies or TV shows simultaneously with others from each of your respective devices, while chatting about what's going on in a sidebar next to the video.  To create or join a Hulu Watch Party, you must have the ad-free subscription level of Hulu and you must be watching in a web browser on your computer or tablet. Also important to note: Watch Party only allows up to 8 people viewing from different devices. 7. Set the best video quality  UHD, also known as 4K, is short for ultra high definition video quality. Think HD (high definition), but better. For the uninitiated, 4K provides an image resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, which is about four times as much as HD videos.  If you have a device that's compatible with 4K content, such as the Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV, you can access and watch 4K content on most streaming services. To watch 4K content on Hulu, you must have one of five kinds of devices that Hulu allows you to stream 4K on. Even if you have one of these devices, Hulu only offers 4K viewing for some of its original shows, such as The Handmaid's Tale and Marvel's Runaways. All told, when compared to other streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video, Hulu's 4K offerings are sparse.  8. Download content to watch offline As with other streaming apps, Hulu lets you download shows and movies to your mobile device to watch offline. But, with Hulu, you must have an ad-free subscription package to access this feature, which can come in handy if you're on an airplane or in a remote area without access to Wi-Fi.  Not all Hulu content is available for offline viewing, but you can easily search for downloadable content by choosing the "Downloadable" category on the Hulu search page, which is only available on the mobile app. You can have up to 25 titles downloaded at a time across 5 different devices, and each download expires after 30 days.  Learn how to download Hulu content for offline viewing.  9. Change the language The majority of content on Hulu is in English, but there are a few options for Spanish speakers (or anyone who wants to improve their Spanish skills). You can change the language of subtitles on some shows or movies. However, Hulu only offers subtitles in Spanish or English, and while English subtitles are available on any show, Spanish subtitles are only available on some shows.  Hulu does offer Spanish language versions (where the audio itself is dubbed in Spanish, rather than just the subtitles) of some extremely popular shows, such as Community en Español or Desperate Housewives en Español.  Unlike Netflix, Hulu does not let you change the language of the website or app itself, only the language of subtitles on select shows.  10. Format closed captions for better visibility If you prefer to watch content with subtitles, or closed captions, Hulu lets you add English subtitles to any show, and Spanish subtitles to some shows.  You can even customize the appearance of subtitles by changing the font, color, size, opacity, and more. Here's how to customize and turn off, or on, subtitles on Hulu on your desktop or mobile device.  11. Add a premium subscription Hulu partners with other streaming services to offer a variety of subscription packages that can greatly expand your library of content. In addition to including premium add-ons like HBO Max, Showtime, Starz, Cinemax, and useful feature add-ons like Unlimited Screens, here's a quick overview of the most popular plans and add-ons: For more information on plan costs and subscription tiers, visit Hulu. 12. Cancel or pause your Hulu subscription You can cancel your Hulu subscription at any time, and your access will continue until the end of your current payment period. If you're thinking about cancelling your subscription, or, say, just going on an extended vacation, you can also pause your subscription at no charge for up to 12 weeks. If you choose to resume your Hulu subscription, you can reactivate it without losing any of your preferences. If you'd like to change your Hulu plan, there are several ways you can do so. If you're signed up through Hulu itself, you can only make changes on Hulu's website, not on the mobile app. But, if you're subscribed to Hulu through a third party billing app like Disney+ or Spotify, you'll need to make changes directly through that service's site.  The bottom line After over a decade of updates and expansion, Hulu has become one of the most popular and preferred streaming services out there. No matter what you watch on Hulu, you can bet on a vast library and an always-improving interface that's simple to use. And if you're thinking about a Hulu subscription, the streaming service makes the decision easy. Every service Hulu offers begins with a free trial, which you can cancel at any time. SEE ALSO: The best media streaming sticks and devices Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How waste is dealt with on the world's largest cruise ship
 PROPYLENE GLYCOL Market Revenue and Sales Estimation — Historical Revenue and sales volume is presented and further data is triangulated with top-down and bottom-up approaches to forecast complete market size and to estimate forecast numbers for key regions covered in the report along with classified and well recognized Types and end-use industry.Few of the major competitors currently working in the propylene glycol market are BASF SE, The DOW Chemical Company, LyondellBasell Industries Holdings B.V., Archer Daniels Midland Company, Huntsman Corporation, Global Bio-Chem Technology Group Company Limited, Dupont Tate & Lyle Bio Products, LLC, SKC Co., Ltd., Asahi Glass Limited, HELM AG, Chaoyang Chemicals, Inc., Temix International S.R.L., Qingdao Shida Chemical Co., Ltd., ADEKA CORPORATION, Royal Dutch Shell PLC., Golden Dyechem, TRInternational, Inc., Oleon NV, Shandong Depu Chemical Industry Science and Technology Co., Ltd and INEOS Oxide among others.Global propylene glycol market is expected to rise to an estimated value of USD 2,382.59 million by 2026, registering a substantial CAGR in the forecast period of 2019-2026.Get FREE Sample Report + All Related Graphs & Charts @ Glycol-marketMarket Drivers:Eco-friendly production process; this factor can act as a driver for the market in the forecast periodGrowing demand from Asia-Pacific region will propel the growth of market in near futureHuge demand of propylene glycol in varied applications; this factor will also drive the market in the forecast periodPropylene glycol is a tasteless, colorless and an odorless liquid, which is also referred as PG with a chemical formula C₃H₈O₂.It is highly soluble, has a high boiling point, less toxic and stable.It is mostly used in plasticizer, hydraulic fluids, electronic cigarettes, medication, processed foods, cosmetic products and many more applications.Market Restraints:Demand in switching to petroleum based; this factor will act as a restrain for the marketHigh investment in research and development activities will also act as a restrain for the marketTable of Contents:-PROPYLENE GLYCOL Market OverviewCompany ProfilesGlobal PROPYLENE GLYCOL Market Competition, by PlayersGlobal PROPYLENE GLYCOL Market Size by RegionsNorth America PROPYLENE GLYCOL Revenue by CountriesEurope PROPYLENE GLYCOL Revenue by CountriesAsia-Pacific PROPYLENE GLYCOL Revenue by CountriesSouth America PROPYLENE GLYCOL Revenue by CountriesThe Middle East and Africa Revenue PROPYLENE GLYCOL by CountriesGlobal PROPYLENE GLYCOL Market Segment by TypeGlobal PROPYLENE GLYCOL Market Segment by ApplicationResearch Findings and ConclusionAppendixGlobal propylene glycol market is highly fragmented and the major players have used various strategies such as new product launches, expansions, agreements, joint ventures, partnerships, acquisitions, and others to increase their footprints in this market.The report includes market shares of propylene glycol market for global, Europe, North America, Asia-Pacific, South America and Middle East & Africa.FREE Table of Contents Is Available @ Glycol-marketSome of the key questions answered in this report:– Detailed Overview of PROPYLENE GLYCOL market will help deliver clients and businesses making strategies.– Influencing factors that thriving demand and latest trend running in the market– What trends, challenges and barriers will impact the development and sizing of PROPYLENE GLYCOL Market?– SWOT Analysis of each defined key players along with its profile and Porter’s five forces tool mechanism to compliment the same.– What growth momentum or acceleration market carries during the forecast period?– What would be the market share of key countries like United States, France, Germany, UK, China, and Australia & Japan etc.
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Get the latest on coronavirus. Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more.An exam board is “urgently” investigating after it scrambled the grades of entire law classes, failing students who were tipped for the best marks and giving flying colours to the lowest performers.Pupils in at least two colleges received completely different results from the ones they had been expecting, while many others are still waiting to receive their marks – a day and a half after they were due.The cancellation of exams due to the coronavirus pandemic has meant BTEC Nationals – vocational qualifications that can be taken in place of A-levels – are basing this year’s results on completed assessments and teachers’ predicted grades. Teachers were required to submit their students’ grades in a list, ranked in order of best to worst.But HuffPost UK has learned the exam board, Pearson, somehow turned these lists upside down by mistake.Pearson, the body that runs BTECs, confirmed some students had received “incorrect” results and said it was working to resolve the issue “urgently”.One teacher told HuffPost UK the appeals process could take “several weeks” to be resolved, leaving her pupils “confused” and “upset”.Elizabeth, who teaches applied law, knew something was wrong the moment she received the results: her class of 48 students had received an average Merit grade for their BTEC results, while her previous classes had an 83% Distinction* to Distinction grade.“I knew there was an immediate issue, so I went into the list and I clicked on the student ranked number one and I saw she had been given a fail, then I went to number two and I realised they had been given a near pass.Our worst students have got the best grades, and our best students have the worst grades.“Then I went all the way down to the bottom to the student that I had ranked last, and that student had been given a Distinction* and I saw quite a few who had been ranked at the bottom had been given a Distinction – that’s when I realised they had flipped the entire list.”Elizabeth worried at first it was her who had made the mistake. Her next thought was how her students would react. “I know a lot of them were very anxious because they couldn’t complete the exam, they were worried that we were going to give them a bad grade. Then what next went through my head was, ‘Oh my God, they’re going to blame me.’”She turned to a Facebook group of other teachers to ask if any of them had experienced the same problem. “They all came back to me saying they had similar issues where BTEC had flipped the ranking that we had provided them with.“So our worst students have got the best grades, and our best students have the worst grades.”When she informed Pearson of the mix-up, she was told to appeal using the standard appeals process, which she says is “pretty complicated”. “What frustrates me the most is that now we have to fix a problem that the exam board made.“We now have to go for a really long process of an appeal that was not our fault and wait, on average, four weeks to get the response for something that should have been done correctly in the first place.”Since Thursday morning, she has received emails from her “confused”, “upset” and “discouraged” students “asking what they did wrong”. “It makes you feel bad when you know their real grades should actually be a lot better.”As a teacher, she felt she and her pupils had been “100% let down” by the exam board. “It’s infuriating because you’ve seen the students work so hard for the entire year and then when it’s supposed to pay off and when they’re supposed to get the reward, you’re meant to congratulate them on what they’ve done – but you can’t because it’s all confusion and it’s all gone wrong.“My biggest concern is if a teacher is not familiar with the BTEC course, they might not be aware there’s been a mistake and it could affect those students.“It could have a massive effect on where they then go on to with regard to the next stage of their lives, whether it be university or apprenticeship, et cetera.”Around 250,000 students completed BTEC Nationals last year, compared to about 300,000 who sat A-levels in 2018. Around 20% of university students in England are accepted solely on BTEC qualifications.HuffPost UK has spoken to another teacher at a separate college who said the grades her students received “bore absolutely no resemblance to our previous success in Applied Law, nor to our ranking that we sent to BTEC”. They were unable to comment further.A spokesperson at Pearson said: “As a result of additional quality assurance checks, we have identified some students who have received incorrect BTEC Level 3 National results. We are working closely with the students and centres involved to resolve this issue urgently and sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.”It has also been revealed that BTEC students who were due to receive their results on Thursday morning are still awaiting their results in what some have described as a “shambles” and an “absolute nightmare”.I feel so powerless. Basically we’ve been fucked over.Pearson initially blamed the colleges for the delay, telling the Times Educational Supplement “a few centres didn’t meet our deadline for submitting grades”. But HuffPost UK has spoken to several colleges that categorically deny they missed any deadline.A representative at the City of Liverpool College confirmed their pupils had been impacted by the issue, and that the college had met all cut-offs for submission.Many pupils who have still not yet received their BTEC results are waiting with pending conditional university offers.Lucy Jackson, 18, said the situation had left her “very stressed and anxious and very frustrated” after a “sleepless night”. “The delay and possible downgrading on results mean I could miss out on a clearing spot. This could mean that I have to defer going to university for a year, which is not ideal.”Another parent told HuffPost UK their family was “really stressed out” by the experience. “I am angry for this generation of students,” one said. “They had to cope with teaching stopping suddenly and this is their future at stake.“As parents we have to support our children and I feel so powerless. Basically we’ve been fucked over.”A spokesperson for Pearson said: “We are aware that some BTEC students experienced a delay in receiving their results and we understand the frustration this must have caused. We are working closely with the students and centres involved to look into this urgently and provide their results as soon as we can.”Related... Students March On Whitehall Demanding Gavin Williamson Be Sacked Over A-Level Fiasco Exam Regulator Blames Teachers For A-Level Results Day Chaos How Entire Classes Of A-Level Pupils Had Their Results Downgraded
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In January 2019, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez were publicly outed as a couple the same day Bezos and his wife, MacKenzie, announced their divorce.   The National Enquirer had been investigating Bezos and Sanchez for months and had obtained leaked photos and texts the couple had sent, including the now-famous message where Bezos called Sanchez "alive girl."  In the 18 months since, both Bezos and Sanchez have finalized their respective divorces and have embarked on a whirlwind romance that's taken them from Wimbledon to a yacht in St. Barths to the Taj Mahal.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It's been a turbulent 18 months for Jeff Bezos and his girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez.  In January 2019, the bombshell news broke that the Amazon CEO and his wife, MacKenzie, were getting a divorce after 25 years of marriage. Hours later, we learned that Bezos was in a relationship with Lauren Sanchez, a TV host and helicopter pilot who, along with her husband, had been friends with the Bezoses.  Despite a tumultuous few months that involved leaked texts, blackmail, a billion-dollar divorce, and maybe even interference from the Saudi Arabian government, Bezos and Sanchez are still going strong.   Here's how their relationship became public and how they've spent the last year and a half as a couple. SEE ALSO: A history of the 30-year feud between Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, whose love-hate relationship spurred the success of Microsoft and Apple It all started on January 9, 2019. Shortly after 9 a.m., Jeff and his wife, MacKenzie, issued a joint statement on Twitter that they were divorcing. "As our family and close friends know, after a long period of loving exploration and trial separation, we have decided to divorce and continue our shared lives as friends," the statement read. "If we had known we would separate after 25 years, we would do it all again." MacKenzie is one of Amazon's earliest employees. The couple has four children together.  A mere few hours later, a second bombshell dropped: Bezos was in a relationship with Lauren Sanchez. Sanchez started her career as a news reporter and anchor — she was a longtime anchor of "Good Day LA" on Fox 11 and worked as a correspondent on "Extra."  More recently, she's worked as a helicopter pilot and founded her own aerial filming company in 2016 called Black Ops Aviation. Bezos has hired Sanchez's company to film footage for his rocket company, Blue Origin.  Sanchez has also had TV and film roles, including as the host of the reality show "So You Think You Can Dance" and playing an anchor in movies like "Fight Club" and "The Day After Tomorrow," according to her IMDB page.  At the time, Sanchez was married to Patrick Whitesell, the co-CEO of WME, a Hollywood talent agency. Sanchez and Whitesell had been married since 2005, but at the time the news broke, the couple had been separated since the fall, according to Page Six.  The couple was friends with Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos because they had houses near each other in Seattle, Page Six reported.  The National Enquirer said it had conducted a four-month investigation into Bezos and Sanchez's relationship and had obtained texts and photos the couple had sent to each other. The Enquirer said it had tracked the couple "across five states and 40,000 miles, tailed them in private jets, swanky limos, helicopter rides, romantic hikes, five-star hotel hideaways, intimate dinner dates and 'quality time' in hidden love nests."  Page Six, which published the news a few hours before the Enquirer, reported that Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos knew that the Enquirer report was coming out and had timed their divorce announcement to get ahead of the news. The gossip site also reported at the time that Bezos and Sanchez started dating after Jeff and MacKenzie had separated the previous fall, and that MacKenzie knew of the relationship.  The Enquirer said it had gotten its hands on "raunchy messages" and "erotic selfies," including a text that reportedly read: "I love you, alive girl." The tabloid said it also had racy photos of both Bezos and Sanchez, including one that was too explicit to print. Source: Business Insider Almost immediately, questions arose about the Enquirer's motives for investigating Bezos and Sanchez and the tabloid's connection to President Trump. A feud has simmered for years between Trump and Bezos, who also owns the Washington Post, a frequent Trump target. The Enquirer's publisher, AMI, is run by David Pecker, a longtime Trump ally.  By the end of January, The Daily Beast reported that Bezos was funding an investigation into who had leaked his private messages to the Enquirer. Bezos' personal head of security, Gavin de Becker, headed up the investigation. De Becker said at the time that he thought the leaks were "politically motivated," which AMI denied.  The investigation initially pointed to Michael Sanchez, Lauren's brother and an outspoken Trump supporter, as the person who leaked the photos and texts, which Sanchez denied.  Then, in February, Bezos dropped a bombshell of his own: an explosive blog post titled "No thank you, Mr. Pecker," in which he accused Pecker and AMI of trying to blackmail him. Bezos wrote that the publisher had been threatening him with the publication of explicit photos he'd taken of himself unless he stopped investigating who was leaking his photos and texts to the tabloid. AMI also demanded that Bezos no longer claim the publisher's investigation into his personal life was influenced by political motivations, Bezos wrote.  As a result, Bezos published the emails he'd received from AMI. "Rather than capitulate to extortion and blackmail, I've decided to publish exactly what they sent me, despite the personal cost and embarrassment they threaten," Bezos wrote. Bezos also hinted in the post that there may have been a link between the investigation into his relationship with Sanchez and the Saudi Arabian government — specifically, that he might have been a target of the Saudis because he owns the Washington Post, which provided "unrelenting coverage," Bezos said, of the murder of its journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, who was killed by Saudi agents. The "Saudi angle" of Bezos' own investigation into the leaks seemed to have "hit a particularly sensitive nerve" with Pecker, Bezos wrote.  For its part, the Saudi Arabian government denied any role in the situation and called the whole saga a "soap opera."  Things quieted down for Bezos and Sanchez publicly for a few months, until April, when Jeff and MacKenzie finalized the terms of their divorce. Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos both released statements on Twitter saying they had "finished the process of dissolving" their marriage and would be co-parenting their four kids. MacKenzie said she was granting Jeff all her interests in the Washington Post and Blue Origin, as well as 75% of the Amazon stock they owned and voting control over the shares she retained. Her remaining stake in Amazon is estimated to be worth about $38 billion, placing her among the richest women in the world, according to Forbes. One day later, Sanchez and Whitesell filed for divorce. TMZ reported at the time that the couple asked for joint custody of their two children. The couple reportedly finalized their divorce in October.  The Bezos divorce was finalized in July. A few days later, Bezos and Sanchez made their first public appearance as a couple at Wimbledon. The couple was seated behind the royals at the men's Wimbledon final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic at the All England Club.  The pair was spotted again in August on what appeared to be a fabulous European vacation: They were seen strolling through Saint-Tropez and cruising off the coast of Spain, in the Balearic Islands, aboard media mogul David Geffen's superyacht, the Rising Sun. Other guests reportedly included Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein and the founder of Thrive Capital, Josh Kushner, along with his supermodel wife, Karlie Kloss. (The group was pictured in an Instagram post that has since been deleted.) Bezos and Sanchez were then seen on fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg's sailing yacht off the coast of Italy. The couple appears to be close friends with von Furstenberg and her husband, IAC Chairman Barry Diller. Source: Page Six In December, Bezos reportedly threw Sanchez an elaborate 50th birthday celebration that included both a private dinner and a star-studded party attended by von Furstenberg and Diller, Katy Perry, Orlando Bloom, and Timothée Chalamet. Source: Page Six Around the holidays, the couple jetted off to French-speaking Caribbean island St. Barths, relaxing on yachts and meandering around the island with Sanchez's son, Nikko Gonzalez. Source: The Cut In January, Sanchez accompanied Bezos on a trip to India. Sanchez attended Bezos' visit to Mahatma Gandhi's tomb and walked the red carpet with Bezos at an Amazon Prime Video event in Mumbai.  A few weeks later, Sanchez traveled with Bezos to another international event — this time, a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron in Paris, France.  Since February, Bezos has been embroiled in a legal spat with Michael Sanchez, Lauren Sanchez's brother. Sanchez filed a defamation lawsuit against Bezos in February, claiming Bezos and his security consultant, Gavin de Becker, falsely accused him of providing Bezos' nude photos to the National Enquirer. Sanchez claimed in the suit that Bezos told journalists he had handed over the images to the tabloid, but he says he never had the photos in his possession.  Bezos said in a court filing of his own that the suit amounted to "extortion" and directly threatened free speech. Bezos sought to dismiss Sanchez's lawsuit under a California law that's intended to protect against frivolous lawsuits.  In the lawsuit, Sanchez used the word "fiancé" to describe Bezos' relationship to Lauren Sanchez, implying that the couple is engaged. Here's the full sentence from the lawsuit (emphasis ours): "While Mr. de Becker's initial asserted theory was that Mr. Sanchez had sold out his sister for $200,000, Mr. de Becker soon realized this theory would not hold up because, among other reasons, it was inconceivable that Mr. Sanchez would ruin his relationship with his sister and her current fiancé, the richest man in the world, for financial gain." Bezos isn't described as Sanchez's fiancé anywhere else in the suit, and Bezos and Sanchez have never confirmed that they're engaged. In December, Page Six published photos of the couple on vacation, noting that Sanchez was wearing a large diamond ring on her right hand (engagement rings are worn on the left hand).  At the time lawyers for Michael Sanchez said in a statement, "Michael's complaint speaks for itself." Representatives for Bezos and Sanchez did not respond to requests for comment. News broke in February that Bezos had reportedly purchased the Warner estate, a massive Beverly Hills compound, for $165 million. The purchase was the most expensive home sale in California history. Prior to the sale, The New York Post reported that Bezos and Sanchez had been house-hunting in Los Angeles and touring mansions throughout the area for weeks. The Warner estate was built by Hollywood mogul and Warner Bros. cofounder Jack Warner in 1937. It spans eight acres and is situated in the Benedict Canyon neighborhood of Beverly Hills. It's an incredibly private property that's surrounded by tall hedges, blocked off by a large gate, and completely hidden from view from the street. The compound is home to multiple dwellings, including two guesthouses and a 13,600-square-foot mansion. The estate also features a pool, tennis court, and manicured gardens, as well as a nine-hole golf course and a "motor court" with its own garage and gas pumps, according to Architectural Digest. 
A recent market study published by Future Market Insights on the Virtual Events Adoption market includes a global industry analysis for 2015-2019 and opportunity assessment for 2020-2030, and delivers a comprehensive assessment of the most important market dynamics.After conducting a thorough research on the historical as well as current growth parameters, growth prospects of the market are obtained with maximum precision.Virtual Events Adoption market: SegmentationThe global Virtual Events Adoption market is segmented in detail to cover every aspect of the market and present a complete market intelligence approach to readers.ComponentSolutionsIntegrated Virtual Events AdoptionsStandalone Software SolutionsServicesLive Event SupportPost Event Processing ServicesEvent Consulting ServicesSupport ServicesSample of Research Report @ Management AgenciesAcademic InstitutionsTrade Show OrganizersOthersRegionNorth AmericaLatin AmericaEuropeEast AsiaSoutheast Asia and PacificMiddle East and AfricaReport ChaptersChapter 01 – Executive SummaryThe report begins with the executive summary of the Virtual Events Adoption market, which includes a summary of key findings and statistics of the market.It also includes analysis on target segments, regions and differentiating strategies.This section also highlights the inclusions and exclusions, which help readers understand the scope of the Virtual Events Adoption market report.Chapter 03 – Key Market TrendsThis section provides the key trends impacting the market with a special focus on the product innovation and development trends.Chapter 04 – COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis Impact AnalysisThis chapter offers business impact of COVID-19 on adoption of virtual events components based on the Year-on-Year (Y-o-Y) market value growth rate.Value chain analysis concludes this section.Chapter 07 – Global Virtual Events Adoption market Analysis 2015-2019 and Opportunity Assessment 2020-2030 by ComponentBy component, the global Virtual Events Adoption market is segmented into solutions and services.In this chapter, readers can find market values based on component for the period of 2015 – 2030.Chapter 08 – Global Virtual Events Adoption market Analysis 2015-2019 and Opportunity Assessment 2020-2030 by End UserWith respect to end-user, the global Virtual Events Adoption market is segregated into enterprises/corporates, event management agencies, academic institutions, and trade show organizers, among others.
Amazon's VP of robotics Brad Porter is leaving the company to join an AI startup, according to people familiar with the matter. Porter is a highly respected engineer and one of the 20 or so executives to hold the "Distinguished Engineer" title at Amazon. His team was responsible for improving Amazon's warehouse efficiency with automation technology, and oversaw other futuristic projects, like the Prime Air drone team. Porter's departure comes ahead of what is expected to be a record shopping season, as both the peak holiday shopping period and the annual Prime Day event are taking place in the fourth quarter. It's also the latest high-profile change within SVP of Worldwide Operations Dave Clark's team that runs everything from marketing and Prime to Amazon's warehouse and shipping network. Do you work at Amazon? Contact Eugene Kim via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1 415 926 2066) or email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon's VP of robotics, Brad Porter, is leaving the company, putting an abrupt end to his 13-year run at the online retailer, Business Insider has learned. In an email to his team on Thursday, obtained by Business Insider, Amazon's SVP of worldwide operations Dave Clark announced Porter's resignation, saying he's pursuing a "new opportunity." The email said Porter's last day is August 28 but didn't share any other details about his departure. Porter is planning to join an artificial intelligence startup, people familiar with the move told Business Insider. "Brad's contributions at Amazon have been deeply impactful," Clark wrote in the email. "Robotics is a critical capability for the future of Operations and we have an incredible team and group of leaders there and I look forward to seeing what they come up with next." Porter, who joined Amazon in 2007, was primarily in charge of running Amazon Robotics, formerly known as Kiva Systems, a warehouse automation company Amazon bought for $775 million in 2012. In recent years, his role expanded to include other futuristic projects, like the Prime Air delivery drones and the Scout autonomous delivery robots, growing his team to almost 14,000 people, according to a person familiar with the matter. Porter was also previously involved in the development of Amazon's Prime Now delivery service and various back-end systems that support Amazon's massive e-commerce site, according to his LinkedIn page. "Brad has been a great Amazonian for nearly 15 years, contributed in big ways to the organization, and has been someone I have enjoyed working closely with the past few years. I wish nothing but the best for Brad as he moves on to his new role," Clark said in a statement to Business Insider. Porter's departure comes at a critical time for Amazon as COVID-driven demand is putting intense pressure across its supply chain network. Amazon is expected to face even more logistical challenges in the coming months, as both the peak holiday shopping season and its annual Prime Day shopping event are taking place in the fourth quarter. The robotics team has played a key role in improving Amazon's warehouse efficiency, and is best known for the deployment of its warehouse-roaming machines that help move packages more quickly. In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal, Porter said the automation technology in Amazon warehouses improves safety and delivery speeds.  A highly respected engineer, Porter was one of the 20 or so executives to hold the "Distinguished Engineer" title at Amazon. Porter's departure means Amazon has lost three Distinguished Engineers in the past six months, an unusually high turnover for the position (Tim Bray and Peter Vosshall, who were both Distinguished Engineers and VPs at the Amazon Web Services cloud division, left earlier this year). Outside the engineering community, Porter is perhaps better known for his blog post defending Amazon's culture when Bray stepped down in May. In response to Bray, who wrote a scathing blog post criticizing Amazon's decision to fire activist employees who spoke out against its unsafe warehouse working conditions amid COVID-19, Porter wrote his assertions were "simply wrong" and "deeply offensive to the core." Porter's decision to leave Amazon seems rather unforeseen. In the blog post defending Amazon's culture, Porter wrote that his Prime Air drone team and the broader robotics group "has become an R&D lab for COVID innovation" and that he was planning to publicly share some of the projects in the near future. Among the 72 new ideas he said he was reviewing, Porter revealed only a handful of projects so far. In the email announcing Porter's departure, Clark wrote that Dave Carbon, VP of Prime Air, and Sean Scott, VP of Scout, will report directly to him in the interim, while the rest of Porter's team will temporarily consolidate under Joe Quinlivan, president of Amazon Robotics.  Porter's leave is also the latest high-profile change within Clark's operations team, which runs everything from marketing and physical stores to its sprawling warehouse and delivery network. Maria Renz, VP of delivery experience, left in February, and Gur Kimchi, VP of Prime Air, was replaced by Boeing vet Dave Carbon in March. Meanwhile, both Carletta Ooton, VP of safety, sustainability, security & compliance, and Devesh Mishra, VP of supply chain, are no longer reporting directly to Clark, according to people familiar with the matter.SEE ALSO: How Dave Clark, the mastermind behind Amazon's coronavirus response, became one of the most powerful executives in America Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How 'white savior' films like 'The Help' and 'Green Book' hurt Hollywood
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