Business Insider is proud to announce that Blake Chandlee will speak at the inaugural BI Global Trends Festival, a virtual event taking place the week of October 19-23, 2020.
Chandlee is the VP overseeing all of TikTok’s ad partnerships, sales operations, and anything the app does to generate revenue — making him one of the most important people running the company’s US operations today.
The company has been in the spotlight since the Trump administration’s attempts to issue a nationwide ban on the app, which allows users to record short videos synchronized with music. Now, the decision on the ban will be delayed until at least after Election Day 2020.
Chandlee came in at the beginning of 2020 to head up TikTok’s global business solutions, the division working with brands to advertise on the growing platform, Business Insider previously reported. Under Chandlee, TikTok’s ad product offerings have expanded dramatically, to
Apple AirTags, the highly anticipated location trackers that have been on the horizon for ages, it seems, are not about to be announced alongside the iPhone 12 at Apple’s big event next week.
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That’s according to the highly reliable tipster Jon Prosser, who has tweeted: “This one hurts my heart: I’m being told that Apple has pushed back the announcement and launch of AirTags to March of 2021.”
Well, that’s a shame. AirTags not only sound fantastic but images of them exactly match the central image on next week’s Apple Event invitation, that is, the Apple logo on a circular device.
Assuming that visual similarity isn’t a coincidence – and this is Apple, so there ain’t no such thing as an accident here – it suggests that until very recently, that is,
AI in banking is maturing and entering the mainstream as financial institutions (FIs) roll out AI solutions across their businesses.
AI is helping banks with their anti-money laundering and know-your-customer obligations.
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This marks a move beyond the experimental for the technology, with a solid majority of global financial services firms either having implemented or currently working to implement AI solutions in business domains like risk management (77%), generation of new revenue potential through new products or processes (80%), customer service (74%), process re-engineering and automation (73%), and client acquisition (69%), per the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance and the World Economic Forum.
But even as the AI applications for banking come into clearer focus, buzz surrounding the tech remains undiminished — making it necessary for FIs to look at real use cases to grasp the tech’s true potential. More than three-quarters (77%) of global bankers believe that
A career coach can help you identify opportunities you might otherwise miss. Business Insider asked readers to nominate coaches who’ve given them the tools and confidence to revamp their careers. Here are 23 of the most impressive.
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This week, we have a list of startup accelerators, how much the highest-paid tech and media execs make, the text message one founder used to raise $128,000 from friends and family, and more.
3 secrets to thriving as an entrepreneur, from a millennial who grew her Instagram account into a multimillion-dollar swimwear brand
Devin Brugman is the cofounder of Monday Swimwear. She’s also a brand ambassador and has a major social media presence. The ambitious entrepreneur shared the strategies that have helped her advance her career.
Read more here.
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A reminder: BI is looking for an energy reporter/editor to help shape our coverage. It’s a sweet gig with a ton of opportunity to make a mark on a fresh beat for our newsroom.
Climate commitments erupted from this week — Climate Week — like popcorn from seed, oil from a pressurized well, electrons from solar cells.
China, the world’s top emitter, made a surprising pledge to reach net-zero emissions by 2060. California said it would ban sales of new gas-guzzling cars by 2035. Meanwhile, a number of corporate giants — from Morgan Stanley to Walmart — committed to various emissions reduction targets.