As Microsoft attempts to acquire viral video app TikTok's US operations, analysts speculated on a few other names that might be on the tech titan's shopping list. The list of 10 potential Microsoft acquisitions includes Dropbox, Slack, Twilio, Docusign and VMware, which Dell is considering spinning out, plus startups Mmhmm and Superhuman. Keep in mind, Microsoft's largest acquisition to date was its $26.2 billion LinkedIn deal, and while it appears Microsoft might be willing to pay more for TikTok, multibillion-dollar deals still are pretty uncommon for the company. Are you a Microsoft employee? Contact this reporter via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1-425-344-8242) or email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. While Microsoft's bid to acquire viral video app TikTok's US operations may have come as a surprise, there are a few other big deals that industry-watchers think are a little more predictable.  Business Insider compiled a list of companies analysts say Microsoft could try to buy, based on which buys could bolster key Microsoft businesses such as its Microsoft 365 suite of business software applications, Azure cloud computing business, or Dynamics customer relationship management software. It's worth noting most of the companies on the list cost significantly more than Microsoft has ever paid to acquire any company. Microsoft's largest acquisition to date was its LinkedIn deal worth $26.2 billion. Morningstar analyst Dan Romanoff named big companies like Twilio and Docusign as potential targets, for example, but said he generally expects Microsoft to stick mostly to smaller deals. "I would really expect [Microsoft] to continue to do deals at $1 [billion] or less that generally won't mean much to casual observers," he said, "but will serve to add important functionality to one of its existing product areas." Here are 10 companies, aside from TikTok, that experts say Microsoft could acquire:Mmhmm Valuation: Unknown Mmhmm is building an app intended to allow people to virtually share their screen in a video call and remain in the picture at the same time, as Business Insider's Katie Canales writes, and was founded by by ex-Evernote CEO Phil Libin. The company is still very young, and just raised $4.5 million from investors including Sequoia Capital and cofounders of Instagram, Twitter, and Eventbrite. Creative Strategies analyst Carolina Milanesi thinks Mmhmm could be a good acquisition target for Microsoft to build out its popular Teams workplace chat app and "help with the huge number of kids who like to do videos while playing Minecraft." LoopUp Market cap at the time of this writing: $125.33 million (trades on the London Stock Exchange) LoopUp offers a subscription-based conference and remote meeting service. Raul Castanon-Martinez, a 451 Research analyst, told Business Insider the London-based company could help Microsoft bolster its Teams communications app. "Microsoft has been on the offensive in the past few years looking to counter the challenge from emerging [software as a service] providers such as Slack and Zoom that have disrupted the communications and collaboration space," Castanon-Martinez said. "A key area that could support this strategy is to expand the telephony capabilities in Teams." LoopUp recently launched a Microsoft Teams integration, and Castanon-Martinez said Microsoft could acquire the company to compete against key industry players like Cisco and RingCentral.   Superhuman Valuation: $270 million as of June 2019, per PitchBook Superhuman builds an app intended to help users empty their inboxes in what it bills as "the fastest email experience ever made." Unlike most other email apps, it's not free — rather, it requires a $30/month subscription to use. In return, users get access to all kinds of email decluttering tools, including a conversational view that makes email look like a text message, as well as powerful keyboard shortcuts. Creative Strategies analyst Carolina Milanesi said Superhuman could help Microsoft "modernize" its Outlook email app. Dropbox Market cap at the time of this writing: $9.62 billion Dropbox builds a popular cloud-based file storage service. Microsoft already has a similar service with its OneDrive – but it wouldn't necessarily be acquiring Dropbox for its features. "With over 500 million users, Dropbox doesn't necessarily add volumes to its current OneDrive capabilities, but it brings an enormous loyal user base and its revenues with it," Futurum Research analyst Daniel Newman said. Slack Market cap at the time of this writing: $16.96 billion Popular corporate workplace chat app Slack is a big competitor to Microsoft's own chat app Teams. "Teams has exploded and Slack has floundered a bit," Futurum Research Daniel Newman told Business Insider. "[Microsoft] could acquire it to grow its base, enhance Teams and block Zoom from becoming more directly competitive to the full [Microsoft] Teams suite." Still, there's a lot that makes a Slack acquisition appear unlikely. There seems to be bad blood between the two and tensions could be rising after Slack recently filed an antitrust complaint against Microsoft in the European Union. Not to mention that acquiring Slack might attract the wrong kind of attention from lawmakers amid broad antitrust scrutiny of the entire industry. Meanwhile, Amazon's cloud business Amazon Web Services and Slack just inked a big partnership, perhaps indicating that the two are cozying up. Crowdstrike Market cap at the time of this writing: $20.95 billion Microsoft could buy cybersecurity company Crowdstrike, RBC Capital Markets said in its 2020 software outlook report, and combine the company's products with its own to provide security to customers of all sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises. RBC in the report published in January said Microsoft could sell the combined security product on its own or as a bundle through the company's Office 365 cloud-based suite of productivity tools. Microsoft's security spending, RBC noted back then, has reached $1 billion annually. RBC analyst Alex Zukin confirmed the firm still believes Crowdstrike is a potential Microsoft acquisition target as of August. "Generally we think the company remains a very keen and opportunistic acquirer of very high quality assets at compelling price points," he told Business Insider. Microsoft, for its part, has recently taken big steps to renew its push into the cybersecurity market, positioning itself to take advantage of the boom in remote work by helping to provide tools to help secure and manage a distributed workforce. Twilio Market cap at the time of this writing: $37.29 billion Twilio builds a cloud communications platform intended help developers write apps that can send text messages and make phone calls. "Twilio makes a lot of sense because it is broad based with a seemingly endless array of use cases," Morningstar analyst Dan Romanoff told Business Insider. Microsoft could add "name brand" acquisition targets such as Twilio, Romanoff said, to its Microsoft 365 suite of business software applications, Azure cloud computing business, or Dynamics customer relationship management software. But with Twilio valued so richly at about $37 billion, Microsoft would likely have to pay a hefty price for Twilio. "It's hard to imagine MSFT doing a deal that big," Romanoff said. Twilio has been a favorite among analysts' potential Microsoft picks. RBC Capital Markets in a report earlier this year said that Twilio would be a good buy for Microsoft in order to embed Twilio's voice, messaging and email communication into Microsoft's consumer and business applications — and bring along the more than 7 million developers who use Twilio. Piper Sandler said around the same time Microsoft could acquire Twilio could enhance Microsoft Azure's developer ecosystem. Piper Sandler did not respond to a request about whether their view of a potential Twilio acquisition has changed since January. DocuSign Market cap at the time of this writing: $39.58 billion. DocuSign helps companies sign and manage agreements electronically. It's one of the companies Morningstar analyst Dan Romanoff says Microsoft could acquire and add to existing businesses such as Microsoft 365 suite of business software applications, Azure cloud computing business, or Dynamics customer relationship management software. "DocSsign makes some sense also given the greenfield opportunity and DocuSign's broad appeal," Romanoff told Business Insider. But the price to acquire DocuSign would be steep and likely more than Microsoft wants to spend on acquisition of this kind. Romanoff expects Microsoft will mostly do deals for less than $1 billion. Workday Market cap at the time of this writing: $42.55 billion Workday's human resources and financial management platform is used by 50 percent of Fortune 500 companies, according to RBC Capital Markets 2020 software outlook report. Buying Workday would "provide [Microsoft] entry into what we believe is going to be the most durable cloud growth market outside of the public cloud," which it said is cloud enterprise resource planning.  Analysts at Piper Sandler agreed earlier this year that Workday could be a potential acquisition market as Microsoft only has less than 5% of the so-called "human capital management" market that Workday is in. RBC analyst Alex Zukin confirmed the firm still believes Workday is a potential Microsoft acquisition target as of August, but Piper Sandler did not respond to a request about whether its analysts still see the potential for a deal happening between the companies. VMware Market cap at the time of this writing: $60.49 billion Dell is considering "a potential spin-off of its 81% ownership" of VMware, the software giant it bought in 2015 through a merger with EMC. Futurum Research analyst Dan Newman said Microsoft could consider swooping in and acquiring VMware. "With hybrid cloud being hot and VMware being one of the most utilized software suites to bridge on-prem and cloud, this could be a game changer for Azure and its hybrid cloud ambitions," Newman told Business Insider. VMware could be valued as much as $100 billion in a potential acquisition, Newman said, so "there won't be a lot of suitors."  The future of VMware is a hot topic, with Business Insider's Ben Pimentel reporting that it could be a good fit for Amazon, IBM, Oracle, or Google, too.
Fitbit's chief marketing officer, Tim Rosa, quietly left the company back in May. A spokesperson told Business Insider that Mark Silverio, SVP, America Sales, has been given a broader role that includes global marketing. Rosa was a key player at the company. His departure comes as Google is trying to close a deal to acquire Fitbit. Are you a Fitbit or Google insider with more to share? Contact this reporter using encrypted email ([email protected]) or encrypted messaging apps Signal/Telegram (628-228-1836). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Fitbit's chief marketing officer, Tim Rosa, has left the company, Business Insider has learned. Rosa, who departed back in May, according to his LinkedIn profile, oversaw brand and product marketing, advertising, events, as well as many of Fitbit's strategic partnerships. A Fitbit spokesperson confirmed the departure to Business Insider and said that Mark Silverio, SVP, America Sales, now taken a broader role that includes global marketing. The company did not comment on whether it would eventually appoint a new CMO. Tim Rosa did not respond to Business Insider's request for comment. Rosa, who had been with the company since 2013, was instrumental in Fitbit's attempt to reposition itself more as aa services and data company – a way to fight back against Apple's growing dominance in the wearables space. "We want to move away from being looked at as a device company," he told AdAge last year. "We want people to be on Fitbit, as opposed to having a Fitbit." The departure comes as Fitbit is in the process of being acquired by Google. The $2.1 billion deal was announced last November, but won't close until antitrust regulators give it the green light. Last week, the European Commission announced it would launch a deeper probe into the deal due to concerns over how Google may use the data collected from Fitbit devices for advertising purposes. The prolonged investigation will extend the EU's deadline to pass or veto the deal until Dec. 9. The deal is also being looked into by the Justice Department in the US, while Australia's Competition and Consumer Commission has also raised concerns over the data Google will acquire.SEE ALSO: In their recent showdown with Congress, the tech titans argued they hadn't grown too powerful. The days that followed told a very different story. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Here's what it's like to travel during the coronavirus outbreak
The advertising-technology industry hires internationally for many technical roles including engineering and product management. The Trade Desk and Roku — two of the largest firms that employ adtech staff — have market caps that exceed ad agency holding companies Publicis, Omnicom, and Interpublic Group. Business Insider analyzed the US Office of Foreign Labor Certification's 2019 disclosure data for six big adtech firms: Xandr, MediaMath, Amobee, Magnite, Roku, and The Trade Desk to see how much companies pay for roles. High-paying jobs for a director of engineering and VP of product management paid, respectively, $237,000 and $200,000, while lower-paying roles like a revenue operations specialist paid $62,000. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The adtech industry hires talent from all the world to create products and business models that help advertisers fine-tune their ad targeting. Similar to tech giants like Facebook, Google, and Amazon, adtech firms particularly look for international talent to fill technical roles like engineering, data scientists, and product management. Adtech firms have been facing growing pressure as advertisers slash spending during the coronavirus and investors' demand for solid returns has caused funding for some of the oldest firms like ad networks to dry up. Some smaller firms have sold or adopted new business models, while The Trade Desk and Roku have gotten bigger — market caps for those two companies combined now exceed the combined market caps for advertising agency holding companies WPP, Omnicom, Publicis, and Interpublic Group. Consolidation aside, some adtech firms continue to hire in areas like engineering and business development. US-based adtech companies file paperwork when they hire international employees and are required to list base salary. The US Department of Labor's Office of Foreign Labor Certification releases that information every year in one huge data dump. Business Insider analyzed data for adtech roles from six large firms —Amobee, Magnite, MediaMath, Roku, The Trade Desk, and Xandr — to see what adtech companies paid employees. The data is from the companies' fiscal year 2019 disclosure data for all foreign workers applying for both permanent green card visas and temporary H-1B, H1B1, and E-3 visas. The data does not include every type of visa, pay rates for US-born employees, or compensation beyond base salary. The listed salaries are determined by "prevailing wages," or industry standards for similar jobs with similar qualifications, which are also listed in the OFLC data. Here is a look at how adtech salaries break down by company and role. Spokespeople for the six companies either declined to comment or did not respond to requests for comment. Amobee paid an account executive $125,000 Singtel-owned Amobee has most recently focused on data-targeted TV ads and has ramped up adtech hiring as it has acquired companies like Turn and Videology to rival Facebook and Google's tech stack. LinkedIn data shows that Amobee has 860 employees. According to OFLC data, the company filed for at least 49 visas in 2019. Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at Amobee: Security engineer: $90,000 Account executive: $125,000 Senior account executive: $135,000 Senior salesforce developer: $155,000 Lead research engineer: $117,000 to $144,000 Software developer, applications: $121,077 to $148,000 Senior technical program manager: $150,000 Senior software engineer: $125,000 to $180,000 Principal software engineer: $200,000 Magnite paid a director of product management $196,000 Magnite is the product of a merger earlier this year of two longtime adtech firms, Rubicon Project and Telaria. The company laid off 8% of employees in May due to the coronavirus and decision to eliminate overlapping roles of the combined workforce. Magnite has about 280 employees, according to LinkedIn data. OFLC data shows Magnite filed for about 16 visas in 2019. Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at Rubicon Project last year before the merger: Revenue operations specialist: $62,000 Analyst: $65,000 Data scientist: $110,000 Software development engineer: $107,000 to $140,000 Software development engineering manager: $159,289 Director of product management: $196,000 Lead technical product manager: $138,000 to $198,000 MediaMath paid a client services lead $70,000 One of the oldest adtech firms, New York-based MediaMath has raised $607.5 million, including a $225 million round from private equity firm Searchlight Capital Partners in 2018. The firm has around 580 employees, according to LinkedIn data. The firm sells a demand-side platform that agencies and brands use to buy ads programmatically. In June, Digiday reported that MediaMath hired investment bank Centerview Partners to explore a possible sale. According to OFLC data, MediaMath filed for at least 14 visas in 2019. Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at MediaMath: Associate, supply analytics: $65,000 to $80,000 Client services lead: $70,000 Product management manager: $71,000 Senior analyst of revenue analytics and insights: $66,000 to $86,000 Senior software engineer: $135,000 Software engineer: $108,000 to $137,000 Director of engineering: $160,000 to $180,000 VP of product management, intelligence: $200,000 to $250,000 Roku paid a senior software designer for its ad platform up to $350,000 Roku became the earliest entry in the streaming video player space when CEO and future Netflix VP Anthony Wood launched the company in 2002. It was later incorporated in 2008 after he left Netflix to get Roku's streaming platforms or "sticks" into more homes and, eventually, turning the company into an ad giant. Roku went public after building an ad infrastructure and selling placements on its homescreen and remote control, launched a self-serve ad platform, and acquired DSP dataxu for $150 million in 2019. The company reported a recent boost in revenue thanks to growth in its ad business, and it has also begun licensing its operating system to smart TV makers. But it also faces challenges from the rise of smart TVs that do not use hardware or software from Roku or prime competitor Amazon, according to a recent report by The Information. Roku employs 1,100 people, according to its most recent financial results. Per OFLC data, the company filed for at least 96 visas in 2019. Here are some salaries and salary ranges for jobs across the company:  Analyst of inventory management: $95,000 to $110,000 Senior quality assurance engineer of new products: $130,000 Software engineer in test of advertising platform: $150,000 Senior software data engineer of advertising platform: $178,500 Senior software engineer of new products for Roku TV: $235,000 Data research analyst: $225,000 to $246,500 Senior data engineer: $167,200 to $250,098 Senior software engineer of advertising platform: $154,669 to $350,000 The Trade Desk paid a senior software engineer up to $265,000 Demand-side platform The Trade Desk has become the biggest and most valuable player in its space by cozying up to the ad agencies that serve as middlemen between clients and media companies. According to its most recent annual summary, The Trade Desk employs around 1,300 people. The Trade Desk hasn't been immune to the effects of the pandemic; shares plummeted nearly one-third in March as advertisers slashed budgets. But on an August 6 earnings call, CEO Jeff Green said his company is positioned to benefit from a rapidly changing TV landscape as more consumers stream their entertainment and news and advertising that might normally go to cable networks increasingly finds its way to connected TV. The Trade Desk filed for approximately 16 temporary US visas in 2019, according to the OFLC data set. These are salaries and salary ranges for jobs across the company: Data support analyst: $48,600 to $72,900 Senior associate of learning and development: $75,355 Senior account manager: $79,200 Director of business development: $120,000 to $150,000 Senior technical account manager: $138,000 to $155,250 Software engineer: $117,800 to $176,700 Senior software engineer: $233,000 to $265,000 Xandr paid a director of engineering $237,000 Xandr is AT&T's advertising business that was recently combined into WarnerMedia and is led by chief business officer Kirk McDonald. Xandr has more than 1,400 employees, according to LinkedIn data. Before AT&T formed Xandr in 2018, the telecom company acquired adtech firm AppNexus for a reported $1.6 billion to build up its adtech stack. Xandr is building a so-called advanced advertising business that uses telecom and TV data to target audiences across devices. The company made $362 million in the second quarter. According to DoL data, Xandr applied for about 46 US visas in 2019.  Here are salaries and salary ranges for jobs at Xandr: Associate director of product management: $129,000 to $185,000 Software engineer: $134,000 to $175,000 Senior monetization analyst: $140,000 Senior salesforce developer: $150,000 Senior systems administrator: $149,000 Director of engineering: $237,000 Read more of Business Insider's coverage of adtech companies: Meet 18 firms solving companies' giant problems selling and advertising on Amazon Walmart is pushing harder into advertising with a new tool that shows if people buy a product after seeing an ad for it Funding is drying up for digital ad firms. 2 founders turned investors who weathered the 2008 crash say what adtech companies can do to survive. 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Microsoft is exploring a deal to buy TikTok's operations in countries including the US as the Trump administration puts pressure on the social-media platform's China-based parent company, ByteDance, to sell. Some employees have expressed concerns about the prospective deal in internal messages reviewed by Business Insider, including worries that making the acquisition under these circumstances could call Microsoft's integrity into question. "This is the first time in a long time that I've had doubt gnawing at the pit of my stomach that maybe we're not doing the right thing," one employee said in a comment viewed by Business Insider.  In one internal employee poll, titled "Should Microsoft buy TikTok?," 63% of the 250 respondents at the time it was shared with Business Insider said "no." Are you a Microsoft employee? Contact this reporter via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1-425-344-8242) or email ([email protected]). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Bill Gates called Microsoft's potential purchase of the social-video app TikTok a "poison chalice" — and it appears that at least some employees of the tech titan he cofounded might agree with him. The company is exploring a deal to buy TikTok's operations in countries including the US as the Trump administration puts pressure on the platform's China-based parent company, ByteDance, to sell. Employees shared their concerns over the prospective deal on the company's internal Yammer social network — specifically in a group called "CEO Connection," which Microsoft describes as meant "to allow employees to ask Satya and his leadership team questions and discuss topics that are relevant to the entire company."  In one internal poll, published on the Yammer corporate social network and titled "Should Microsoft buy TikTok?," 63% of the 250 respondents at the time it was shared with Business Insider said "no," 19% said "not sure," and 18% said "yes." That poll represents only a narrow slice of Microsoft's more than 150,000 employees but speaks to the mood within the company amid the uncertainty of the situation. "Especially since Satya became CEO, I've felt nothing but pride to be part of this company," one employee said in a Yammer comment viewed by Business Insider, referring to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. "This is the first time in a long time that I've had doubt gnawing at the pit of my stomach that maybe we're not doing the right thing." The employee was referring to President Donald Trump's recent comments that any deal between Microsoft and TikTok should also include a payment to the US Treasury. This employee called the idea a "bribe" and said that even the appearance that Microsoft would be willing to make such a deal could make customers and employees question the company's integrity. Other employees expressed similar sentiments. "This deal is unethical from pretty much any perspective," an employee wrote, adding, "That Microsoft would even be considering stepping into this situation is unthinkable." "Even if it turns out we were pursuing acquiring them before this, and the POTUS was just [talking] about tax revenue benefits not an explicit payoff, the fact the US government is forcing the sale still looks bad on us. We should walk away," another said. Experts told Business Insider the portion of the business Microsoft wants to buy could be worth between $25 billion and $40 billion — which could be more than Microsoft's largest-ever acquisition, when it paid $26.2 billion in 2016 to acquire LinkedIn. Are you a Microsoft employee with insight to share? Contact reporter Ashley Stewart via encrypted messaging app Signal (+1-425-344-8242) or email ([email protected]).Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How 'white savior' films like 'The Help' and 'Green Book' hurt Hollywood
As hedge funds have become sophisticated, their talent needs have evolved — and top managers now are searching out people with engineering abilities or data science skills. This has put managers in direct competition with big tech firms, and a years-long battle over talent has ensued.  Hedge funds like Two Sigma, Citadel, and Bridgewater have managed to bring in more people from big tech firms over the last 10 years than they have lost. Amazon and Microsoft have seen hundreds of people leave their organizations for hedge funds. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Hedge funds are used to having to fight with each other for top talent. But they've never had to compete with a whole different industry like they are now. Top tech companies and the savviest hedge funds in the world both need employees with specific skills to keep up — and keep ahead — in a rapidly changing world. Data scientists, coders, engineers, systems managers — while those skills might seem to make most sense in Silicon Valley, Wall Street has been working for years to recruit these people. Their efforts are starting to pay off. New data from Revelio Labs, an alternative-data provider that reviews millions of public employment records — from LinkedIn to immigration filings — with the goal of creating "the world's first universal HR database," show hedge funds have been recruiting hundreds of people from top tech companies annually since 2015. In 2018 alone, more than 270 people went from a tech firm to a hedge fund. (Story continues below graphic) Anecdotally, there are examples as well, especially from the two hedge funds that have recruited the most from tech companies over the last decade, Two Sigma and Citadel. Two Sigma's former chief technology officer Alfred Spector was a longtime Google and IBM executive before joining the hedge fund, and Citadel's recent tech team buildout includes Matthew Bruce, who had been head of search at Facebook's Instagram.  See more: Wall Street's battle for data-science talent has gone next-level as Silicon Valley makes more East Coast hires and other industries get hip to data — here's how firms are fighting back A source familiar with Ray Dalio's Bridgewater says the firm has more than 150 technologists since 2017, and DE Shaw describes itself on its website as a "global investment and technology development firm." (Story continues below graphic) Naturally, top tech firms have not taken this and rolled over. While massive companies like Amazon and Google have had hundreds of employees leave for hedge fund suitors, IBM has added nearly 200 former hedge-fund employees over the past decade — and lost just 77 in the same time.  The firms mentioned either declined to comment or did not return requests for comment. Read more: $60 billion quant fund Two Sigma just hired Goldman Sachs' first-ever chief data officer to lead its massive tech team Citadel just poached Two Sigma's data chief for its tech team — and it's the latest sign of how aggressively the $30 billion firm is pursuing top talent from Wall Street and Silicon Valley 'I'd rather turn them into robo cops': Execs from Man Group, Bridgewater, and Schonfeld explain how they're trying to blend humans and machines SEE ALSO: POWER PLAYERS: Meet the 24 quants driving the future of hedge funds, from well-known billionaire founders to under-the-radar data chiefs SEE ALSO: Billionaire Ken Griffin's Citadel has a sprawling alumni network of more than 80 hedge funds. Take a look at our exclusive list. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: What it's like inside North Korea's controversial restaurant chain
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Salesforce has seen significant leadership changes in its international business this year after its former head of international stepped down in February. Gavin Patterson, who took on the role, also became the company's new chief revenue officer in August.  International leaders will continue to report up to Patterson, but as Salesforce's international business has grown, it has appointed new country and regional leaders in Europe, Asia, and Australia.  Here are the 11 power players running Salesforce's international business as it looks to expand its customer base overseas.  Are you a current or former Salesforce employee? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected] or Signal at 925-364-4258.  Salesforce's international business has gone through some significant leadership changes this year. In February, Salesforce's former head of international, Miguel Milano, left to join AI startup Celonis, with executive Gavin Patterson taking his place. Patterson had only recently joined the firm: He was poached from British telecom company BT Group, where he was CEO, to lead Salesforce's Europe, Middle East, and Africa division in August 2019. Patterson just recently got another promotion: He's now the company's chief revenue officer and will lead its sales organization. In that role, Patterson is essentially taking over the responsibilities of former co-CEO Keith Block, who left in February — but with an even more global focus. CEO Marc Benioff has repeatedly highlighted Patterson's experience at BT as invaluable as Salesforce looks to expand its international business, which is a major market opportunity for the company. As Salesforce's international business has grown, it appointed new country and regional leaders: In the past year alone it hired new leaders for its units in Europe, Northern Europe, Asia, and Australia. Meanwhile, its UK and Ireland business is still searching for a leader after its previous CEO — Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia — left in March. All international leaders all report up to Patterson. Having local leaders who know the markets well is the most successful route for software companies to expand globally, according to Valoir analyst Rebecca Wettemann. "What we've seen as Salesforce has grown is them having both the resources and the knowledge to devolve more responsibility to regional or country heads," Wettemann said. "I've seen this with other software companies: The ones that do well globally have feet on the ground that understand intimately those regions. So I think it's a natural evolution." While Salesforce's international business is still in early stages, its already got a strong bench of executives running key markets.  Here are the 11 power players of Salesforce's international business that will help the company expand its overseas presence: Shinichi Koide, chairman and CEO, Japan Shinichi Koide is responsible for Salesforce's business in Japan, where Salesforce opened its first international office (it now has a giant office in Tokyo). When he joined the company in 2014, Koide was tasked with turning Salesforce Japan into a "$1 billion business with more than 2,000 employees."  As of mid-2019, Salesforce had hired over 1,500 workers in Japan and it committed to adding 2,000 new jobs there over the next five years. Prior to Salesforce, Koide was the CEO of Hewlett-Packard's Japan business and worked at Softbank Telecom and IBM in Japan and the US before that.    Ulrik Nehammer, executive VP and CEO Asia Pacific Ulrik Nehammer leads the entire Asia Pacific region for Salesforce. He was promoted to the role in 2019 after joining in 2017 and spending about two years as strategic customer advisor — advising executives on their consulting over digital transformation efforts — and is now responsible for the business, customers, and company culture.  He he has a few regional country leaders in the region who report to him and is based in Singapore, according to his LinkedIn.  Before joining Salesforce, Nehammer was the CEO of Coca-Cola in Germany and had been with the firm in various roles in 1992.  Arundhati Bhattacharya, chairperson and CEO Salesforce India Arundhati Bhattacharya joined Salesforce in April to run its India business and is tasked with helping it expand its business in one of its fastest growing regions. The company plans to add 3,000 new jobs in India in the next three years, according to TechCrunch. "India is an important growth market for Salesforce and a world-class innovation and talent hub and Arundhati's leadership will guide our next phase of growth, customer success and investment in the region," Gavin Patterson said in a press release announcing Bhattacharya's role.  Bhattacharya was previously the chairperson of the state-run State Bank of India, where she was the first woman to hold the position. She has 40 years of experience working in India's financial sector. She reports to Ulrik Nehammer who oversees all of Salesforce's business in the Asia-Pacific region.  Pip Marlow, CEO, Australia and New Zealand For about a year, Pip Marlow has run Salesforce's Australia and New Zealand business and managed customer and community relations in the region.  Before joining Salesforce, she was a senior exec at Suncorp and spent 21 years at Microsoft, including six years as the managing director of Microsoft Australia. She also reports to Ulrik Nehammer. Denis Terrien, executive VP and CEO of Southern Europe Denis Terrien was hired as part of Salesforce's efforts to grow its European business and joined in June to run its southern Europe division, which includes France, Spain, and Italy.  Patterson wrote in a press at the time that Terrien's "expertise and strategic, customer-centric leadership" made Salesforce "well-placed to deliver our next phase of growth and customer success in these important markets." Previously, Terrien was the chairman of retail group Vivarte and the CEO of e-commerce group 3SI. Early in his career he helped found Amazon's French business. Stefan Hoechbauer, executive VP and CEO of Germany, Austria and Switzerland Stefan Hoechbauer is also part of Salesforce's growth in Europe. He will be joining Salesforce as the head of its Germany, Austria, and Switzerland business in October. He is currently the global president of Digital Core at SAP, where he's worked for nine years, and is based in Germany.   Angelique de Vries, executive VP and CEO of Northern Europe Angelique de Vries joined Salesforce last September to lead its northern Europe business, which includes the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Nordic countries like Denmark and Sweden.  Before joining Salesforce she spent SAP for 24 years, and held various leadership positions, most recently in sales and customer experience, and before that as SAP's managing director for the Netherlands for five years.  She is currently based in Amsterdam. Isabelle Duvernoy, chief strategic customer officer, Southern Europe Isabelle Duvernoy just got a promotion this month and is now the chief strategic customer officer for Southern Europe. In her new role she is responsible for top strategic accounts in the region, and manages the solution engineering team.  She previously oversaw Salesforce's operations across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa as the COO of the region. Duvernoy has risen rapidly through the company since she first joined as a senior vice president of engineering in the area in 2019. Before joining Salesforce, Duvernoy worked for IBM's Europe offices in various marketing and sales roles.    Andres Prieto, executive VP and general manager, Latin America Andres Prieto has lead Salesforce's Latin America business since 2018. He oversees the business, customer relationships, and company culture across the region. At the moment, Salesforce's offices in the region are in Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil. Local country managers like Pilar García Pichardo in México, Guido Ipszman in Argentina, and Fabio Costa in Brazil report to Prieto. Prior to Salesforce, Prieto was a senior VP of sales for Oracle in Latin America.  Efi Cohen, head of Salesforce Israel R&D Center Efi Cohen runs Salesforce's research and development hub in Israel. He joined Salesforce in 2018, when it acquired the marketing analytics company he cofounded, Datorama. Post-acquisition, he became the senior VP of product and engineering at Datorama, and was promoted to his current role in March.  Salesforce is looking to double its research and development workforce in Israel over the next two years, according to Israeli news website Calcalist. It already has about 600 employees via acquisitions of Datorama and ClickSoftware.    Petra Jenner, senior VP and general manager, Emerging Markets & Israel Petra Jenner leads emerging markets and Israel for Salesforce. Emerging markets refers to countries in Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean, Middle East, and Africa, which are all regions where Salesforce doesn't have a large customer base yet.  Jenner joined Salesforce in 2016 and led its commercial business unit and its European innovation and transformation services team before her current role. She helped build out Salesforce's team across Europe, Middle East, and Africa.  Before Salesforce, she was a general manager for Microsoft in in Switzerland and Austria, and helped with its transition to the cloud. 
VC Josh Elman, an early investor in TikTok predecessor Musical.ly, said he thinks Microsoft could be a good fit for TikTok if a reported purchase deal for its US operations goes through. President Trump has been pressing for a sale to an American company, and issued an executive order this week that would later ban TikTok from continuing US operations itself. But with parent company ByteDance's tech spread across multiple products, splitting up the app's operations could be difficult.  In his pre-VC career, Elman is known for serving in product management and other roles at company after company before they went public, including Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Veteran VC Josh Elman, an early investor in TikTok predecessor Musical.ly, said he thinks TikTok will be in good hands if a potential sale of the company's US unit to Microsoft goes through.  Microsoft has reportedly been in talks to acquire TikTok's US operations, which have been valued at $50 billion by some investors. And now the deal is being pushed by President Trump, who wants an American company to buy the US side of TikTok, which is owned by China-based parent company ByteDance.   Elman called Microsoft "a great steward of important independent properties," like LinkedIn, Minecraft, and Github.  "I have high hopes they could do the same here if this comes together," Elman wrote in an email exchange with Business Insider. In recent weeks, President Trump has amped up the pressure on ByteDance to sell TikTok's operations in the United States to a US company, alleging that the app presents a risk that the Chinese government will use it to spy on Americans. TikTok is a popular social network based on shared short-form videos.  Trump's threats culminated in dual executive orders Thursday night barring US companies and individuals from doing business with TikTok, as well as with Chinese messaging app WeChat. The orders are set to take effect 45 days from their issuance. TikTok characterized the Trump administration as showing "no due process or adherence to the law." Elman, who was both an investor and board observer for Musical.ly before it was absorbed by TikTok in 2017 and rebranded, said the mechanics of the deal splitting off US operations are unclear. "I am still confused as to what pieces they can truly separate out to operate for different countries," Elman wrote.  "I have heard a lot of the ByteDance technology is shared across products." Back in 2016, Elman was celebrating his firm Greylock Partners' investment in music video-sharing app Musical.ly, which he saw as a triumph of cultural cross-fertilization between China and the US.  "It's the first company to be headquartered in China, designed in China, but popular in the US," Elman said at the time. "Finally we're seeing talented people who live in that ecosystem in that world and actually transcend it and build products in the US." Elman, now a board partner at Greylock, declined to comment about the current politics of the situation surrounding TikTok's ability to operate in the US, except to say "I don't know enough of the rules of each country to fully comment on the security concerns. It does look like an area where digital regulation gets more and more important." CIA analysts said they have yet found no reason to conclude that Chinese government agencies are now using TikTok to intercept communications from US smartphones, The New York Times reported Friday, but also said it's possible that they could use the app to do so at some point. Elman is known in the tech world for jumping into companies before they hit it big. He worked at pre-IPO versions of Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin before becoming an investor and joining Greylock.  "What I like to look for early is a combination of a new product that serves a human need and early indications of meaningful retention, driven by a thoughtful and ambitious founding team," Elman said. "In the case of Musical.ly, there were building something different and special to harness people's creativity into a new form of entertainment, and the team and especially Alex Zhu were just so thoughtful about the product and what they could build."Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: The rise and fall of Donald Trump's $365 million airline
  Happy Saturday!  First, an exciting update. Our associate finance editor, Dan DeFrancesco, has started writing up a recap that you should be seeing in your inbox each weekday morning. We're hoping you'll enjoy the added personal touch on the daily newsletter. (You'll also still be getting this roundup every Saturday.) If you're not yet a subscriber, you can sign up here. Now, onto this week's big stories from the Business Insider finance team.  The savviest hedge funds need employees with specific skills to keep up — and keep ahead — in a rapidly changing world. That means data scientists, coders, engineers, and systems managers. And while those skills might seem to make the most sense in Silicon Valley, Wall Street has been working for years to pry people away from Big Tech. And as Bradley Saacks reports, it looks like the efforts have been paying off for some:   You can read the full story here: 3 charts map out the epic poaching war between top hedge funds and Big Tech, and show which firms are coming out ahead in an escalating battle There's also plenty to talk about when it comes to the winners and losers on the performance front in 2020. After a tumultuous start to the year, many big-name hedge fund managers are back in the black. For one, $34 billion Citadel is dominating 2020 —Bradley took a look at how it's outperforming rivals, and the hedge fund's plan for its latest Goldman hire. But plenty of players haven't been so lucky, and Bradley also rounded up seven big names that are tanking as their credit and quant strategies flounder.  Keep reading for a look at who's leading Goldman Sachs' merchant-banking division; what Facebook's mega NYC real-estate deal means for the future of the office; and why one fintech is looking for ways to let kids play the stock market.  Enjoy the weekend,  Meredith  Who's leading Goldman's merchant-banking division Goldman Sachs' merchant-banking division has been ground zero for CEO David Solomon's push to build an alternatives investing powerhouse.  That strategy has required a combining of several disparate teams from across the firm, which prompted some turnover. But the management team has stabilized in recent months, and Dakin Campbell mapped out who's running the show now. Read the full story here: REVEALED: Goldman Sachs leaders who are now running the powerful merchant-banking division that's raising $100 billion for a new alternatives push A quick fix for valuation woes? As Bradley Saacks and Meghan Morris reported this week, some of the world's most well-known private companies have lost value since the pandemic's start.And even before the coronavirus hit, a survey of venture capitalists found that a majority believed unicorns were "significantly" overvalued. But bankers and valuation experts see a potential quick fix to falling valuations: SPACs, which have taken Wall Street by storm over the last month.  Read the full story here: Big investors have been slashing valuations on stakes in private companies like Palantir and Sweetgreen. But bankers say there could be a quick fix. Don't write off the office just yet Facebook is now extending its work-from-home policy until summer 2021. But the tech giant has also moved forward with a massive lease to take all of the office space in the Farley Building on Manhattan's West Side. The deal marks a major vote of confidence in New York City's office market at a moment when its future has been thrust into question by the coronavirus pandemic. Read the full story here: Facebook just reached a blockbuster deal to lease the massive Farley Building in NYC as a tech and engineering hub. Here's why it's a huge win for a shaken office market. Cold storage is a red-hot real estate play Once an obscure corner of real estate, cold storage has seen a jump in demand thanks to surging online grocery orders and shifting consumer preferences for fresh foods. And as Dan Geiger reported this week, cold-storage giant Lineage Logistics has expanded its dominance in the space by scooping up 24 warehouses across the US for more than $500 million. Read the full story here: Here's how the private-equity backed industry leader is spending $500 million to tighten its grip on the market. Parental control for investing Greenlight, the personal financial management app for kids and parents, has seen its user base double since the start of the year. Now it's building an investing feature where kids can propose stock and ETF trades to their parents. "To build true wealth, you really need to learn how to invest," Tim Sheehan, cofounder and CEO of Greenlight, told Business Insider's Shannen Balogh. "So we want the kids to try to learn that as early as they can, and to do it in a supervised environment." Read the full story here: A JPMorgan-backed personal finance app catering to children has doubled users this year. Now it's eyeing ways to let kids play the stock market. Careers Inside Jefferies' all-virtual summer internship: 5 weeks of charity work, and guest appearances from the CEOs of Blackstone and Zoom. Average fintech salaries are in the six figures: A talent exec at $5.3 billion Plaid lays out 3 ways to get your foot in the door. Boutique banks like Evercore and Moelis are saving tens of millions in travel and entertainment costs: Here's what that newfound efficiency could mean for the future of business travel. Real estate Facial-recognition could be coming to your office: Here's how companies are pitching the tech to landlords and trying to allay privacy concerns. Ghost kitchens are pitching themselves as the future of restaurants: These are the 14 companies in the space that you need to know. Real-estate developers are racing to reimagine struggling retail space as apartments or last-mile logistics hubs: They're betting the risky strategy could be a lifesaver for struggling shopping centers. Fintech and payments PayPal's CFO outlines ambitious plans to become your virtual wallet: Here's why potential partnerships with the likes of Amazon and Alibaba make more sense now. Top fintech investors see a big opportunity in disrupting how people and companies pay their bills: Here are 8 startups on the verge of breaking out. A peek inside Goldman Sachs' internal idea factory that's hatched products like a LinkedIn for Wall Street: Here's what else it's trying to disrupt at the bank. Wealth and investing LEAKED MEMO: Bank of America sent 3.2 million mistaken emails about fraud claims to customers including Merrill Lynch and private bank clients, sparking a surge in calls from worried customers. Bank of America has made at least 45 hires this year for an aggressive push into business of courting corporate HR execs. Here's why it's betting on the space. Vanguard is emerging as a key force in a $3.8 trillion battle against PIMCO and BlackRock for bond investors' cash: Meet 4 power players it brought on to help drive its push. 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In 2019, the market size of High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30336/high-purity-ethyl-ethoxypropionate-2019-2025-167  In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate.This report studies the global market size of High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:DowEastmanNadi New MaterialZhidianRealsunchemSanmenxia Aoke ChemicalNanjing TOP ChemicalTaiwan Maxwave Co., Ltd.?Yueyang Dongrun Chemical Co., Ltd.Tricochemical Market Segment by Product Type?99.5%99.0%-99.5% Market Segment by ApplicationPaints and CoatingsIndustrial CleanersOther Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionatestatus and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionatemanufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateare as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30336/high-purity-ethyl-ethoxypropionate-2019-2025-167Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateMarket Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 ?99.5%1.3.3 99.0%-99.5%1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateMarket Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Paints and Coatings1.4.3 Industrial Cleaners1.4.4 Other1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateProduction Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateProduction 2014-20252.1.3 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateCapacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateMarketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateMarket Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateMarket Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by Manufacturers3.1.1 Global High Purity Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionateCapacity by Manufacturers3.1.2 Global HighCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30335/paint-used-ethyl-ethoxypropionate-2019-2025-162  This report studies the global market size of Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:DowEastmanNadi New MaterialZhidianRealsunchemSanmenxia Aoke ChemicalNanjing TOP ChemicalTaiwan Maxwave Co., Ltd.?Yueyang Dongrun Chemical Co., Ltd.Tricochemical Market Segment by Product Type?99.5%99.0%-99.5%Others Market Segment by ApplicationAutomobileSteamshipOthers Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30335/paint-used-ethyl-ethoxypropionate-2019-2025-162Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 ?99.5%1.3.3 99.0%-99.5%1.3.4 Others1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Automobile1.4.3 Steamship1.4.4 Others1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by Manufacturers3.1.1 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-ethoxypropionate Capacity by Manufacturers3.1.2 Global Paint Used Ethyl 3-CONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Cornmint Oil is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Cornmint Oil.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30333/cornmint-oil-2019-2025-191  This report studies the global market size of Cornmint Oil, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Cornmint Oil production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:AromaazAksuvitalUltra International B.V.Citromax S.A.C.I.Young Living Essential OilsSymrise AGBontoux S.A.S.Lionel HitchenBiolandesCitrosuco Paulista SA Market Segment by Product TypeMedical GradeCosmetic GradeOthers Market Segment by ApplicationPersonal CareMedicalOthers Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Cornmint Oil status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Cornmint Oil manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Cornmint Oil are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30333/cornmint-oil-2019-2025-191Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Cornmint Oil Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Medical Grade1.3.3 Cosmetic Grade1.3.4 Others1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Cornmint Oil Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Personal Care1.4.3 Medical1.4.4 Others1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Cornmint Oil Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Cornmint Oil Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Cornmint Oil Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Cornmint Oil Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Cornmint Oil Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Cornmint Oil Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by Manufacturers3.1.1 Global Cornmint Oil Capacity by Manufacturers3.1.2 Global Cornmint Oil Production by Manufacturers3.2 Revenue by Manufacturers3.2.1 Cornmint Oil Revenue by Manufacturers (2014-2019)3.2.2 Cornmint Oil Revenue Share by Manufacturers (2014-2019)CONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Mulch Plastic Film is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Mulch Plastic Film.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30332/mulch-plastic-film-2019-2025-810  This report studies the global market size of Mulch Plastic Film, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Mulch Plastic Film production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:Checchi e Magli SrlRain-FloFERRARI COSTRUZIONIHollandKenncoRocca IndustriesSjumahAgribiz CorporationJunanxian xiangdizhen KuitianQingdao XinweiDadiShandong WeixinFujian YongshunAnqiushi OudeV.S.T Tillers Tractors Ltd Market Segment by Product TypePan TypeFrame TypeRaised Bed Type Market Segment by ApplicationRaised Bed TypeEconomic CropsVegetables & FruitsOther Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Mulch Plastic Film status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Mulch Plastic Film manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Mulch Plastic Film are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30332/mulch-plastic-film-2019-2025-810Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Mulch Plastic Film Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Pan Type1.3.3 Frame Type1.3.4 Raised Bed Type1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Mulch Plastic Film Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Raised Bed Type1.4.3 Economic Crops1.4.4 Vegetables & Fruits1.4.5 Other1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Mulch Plastic Film Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Mulch Plastic Film Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Mulch Plastic Film Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Mulch Plastic Film Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Mulch Plastic Film Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Mulch Plastic Film Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by Manufacturers3.1.1 Global Mulch Plastic Film Capacity by Manufacturers3.1.2 Global Mulch Plastic Film Production by Manufacturers3.2 Revenue by Manufacturers3.2.1 Mulch Plastic Film RevCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Shed Plastic Film is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Shed Plastic Film.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30331/shed-plastic-film-2019-2025-717 This report studies the global market size of Shed Plastic Film, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Shed Plastic Film production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:Berry PlasticsArmando AlvarezPolypakBarbier GroupPlastika KritisRani PlastAgriplast...Market Segment by Product TypeHigh GradeMiddle GradeLow GradeMarket Segment by ApplicationCropsVegetablesKey Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Shed Plastic Film status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Shed Plastic Film manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the marketIn this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Shed Plastic Film are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30331/shed-plastic-film-2019-2025-717Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Shed Plastic Film Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 High Grade1.3.3 Middle Grade1.3.4 Low Grade1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Shed Plastic Film Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Crops1.4.3 Vegetables1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Shed Plastic Film Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Shed Plastic Film Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Shed Plastic Film Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Shed Plastic Film Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Shed Plastic Film Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Shed Plastic Film Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by Manufacturers3.1.1 Global Shed Plastic Film Capacity by Manufacturers3.1.2 Global Shed Plastic Film Production by Manufacturers3.2 Revenue by Manufacturers3.2.1 Shed Plastic Film Revenue by Manufacturers (2014-2019)3.2.2 Shed Plastic Film Revenue Share byCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30330/nontire-natural-rubber-2019-2025-217  This report studies the global market size of Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:SinochemSri Trang Agro IndustryChina Hainan RubberVon BunditThai Rubber LatexN Shashikant & Co.Sapphire Reclaim Rubber Pvt.Ltd.Namazie International Market Segment by Product TypeRibbed Smoked Sheet (RSS)Technically Specified Rubber (TSR)LatexOthers Market Segment by ApplicationAutomotive (Non-Tire Applications)MedicalIndustrialConsumer Goods Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30330/nontire-natural-rubber-2019-2025-217Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Ribbed Smoked Sheet (RSS)1.3.3 Technically Specified Rubber (TSR)1.3.4 Latex1.3.5 Others1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Automotive (Non-Tire Applications)1.4.3 Medical1.4.4 Industrial1.4.5 Consumer Goods1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Non-Tire Applications Natural Rubber Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by ManufacturerCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30346/short-glass-fiber-reinforced-pbt-2019-2025-295  This report studies the global market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:BASFLanxessDSMSABICPolyOneDuPontSolvayHexionCelaneseRTPSI GroupSumitomo BakeliteEvonikDaicelKolonDenkaKingfa Science and TechnologyGeniusShanghai PRET Composites Market Segment by Product TypeInjection MoldingExtrusion Molding Market Segment by ApplicationAutomotiveAerospaceElectrical & Electronics Construction Others Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30346/short-glass-fiber-reinforced-pbt-2019-2025-295Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Injection Molding1.3.3 Extrusion Molding1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Automotive1.4.3 Aerospace1.4.4 Electrical & Electronics 1.4.5 Construction 1.4.6 Others1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by Manufacturers3.1.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced PBT CapacityCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
Goldman Sachs' internal incubator program, GS Accelerate, enables employees of the bank to trade their day jobs to become full-time entrepreneurs. The program was started in March 2018. So far, it has received 2,000 applications for funding for business ideas from within Goldman's ranks, but just 13 have received investments. This week, Goldman held a virtual demo day showing off some of the businesses the firm has incubated, and Business Insider was exclusively invited to attend. Are you a young person working on Wall Street? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected], encrypted messaging app Signal (561-247-5758), or direct message on Twitter @reedalexander. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Some entrepreneurs hustle till they make their inaugural sale or land their first client, memorializing the achievement by hanging their first $20 bill on the wall. And then there are full-time employees at Goldman Sachs, one of Wall Street's most elite investment banks, who have a rare opportunity as entrepreneurship goes: To step away from their day jobs in finance to start their own companies, powered by Goldman's deep reserves of capital — all while still receiving a Goldman Sachs salary. That's one of the promises behind GS Accelerate, an internal incubator program that Goldman Sachs runs with teams based in the US, UK, and India. The goal of the program is to enable employees to pitch business ideas and compete for Goldman's venture capital. If they get it, they face a choice: Either stay in their current role and serve as an advisor to their new corporate brainchild, or pursue full-time entrepreneurship through the incubator with the aid of some of Goldman's top corporate leaders.  If they choose the latter option, here's the perk: They still get to collect the same paycheck they earned in the role they held previously, all while building up their new dream venture. It's a luxury that few entrepreneurs can relate to, especially the ones who have learned to subsist mostly on sleepless nights and a feeling that straddles something between hope and desperation. "We're not just about ideas, but we're about helping you make your idea into a reality inside the organization," Stephanie Cohen, the chief strategy officer at Goldman, told Business Insider. Read more: Goldman Sachs' internal idea factory hatched a plan for the Google of Wall Street, and it's now looking for the next big thing to disrupt the bank What's more, anyone at the firm, from analysts to MDs, can pitch Goldman for capital, said Tanya Baker, the global head of GS Accelerate. "Anyone at Goldman Sachs, regardless of title, tenure seniority, geography, can pitch an idea," Baker told Business Insider. "You literally could have graduated college a few weeks ago, started at the firm, been on day two," and submit a proposal for funding. Business Insider got an exclusive look at some of the businesses that Goldman Sachs has been incubating On Tuesday, GS Accelerate held its first virtual demo day, showing off seven of the businesses it has been incubating since the program launched in March 2018. Business Insider was exclusively invited to attend the demo day, which was opened up for 4,000 staffers and interns of the company's roughly 39,000-strong worldwide workforce to observe. A look at the kinds of businesses that Goldman has greenlit so far reveals some of the thinking the bank has about what kinds of tools the finance industry will need in the years ahead. Many of the tech-focused concepts are aimed at streamlining the firm's operations. One business, Louisa, positions itself as Goldman's internal LinkedIn network. It connects colleagues across borders based on highly-specific criteria, with the goal of "expanding your network, making more money, [and] serving your clients," said Rohan Doctor, the head of the company and an MD at Goldman. See more: REVEALED: 20 Goldman Sachs leaders who are now running the powerful merchant-banking division that's raising $100 billion for a new alternatives push Another business, Panorama, was founded by Christopher Locke, a controller for Goldman's global currencies and emerging markets business in London. He expressed frustration at "reinventing the wheel" in designing solutions for problems he'd encounter on the job, which might have already existed within other areas of the firm. "A year ago, from my seat in controllers, it was hard to keep up with what the latest innovation on my floor was, let alone what my colleagues in the New York and Tokyo offices were creating and using," Locke said. "It was incredibly frustrating, because my team and I would spend hours developing new and improved ways to support our business, often to ultimately discover that another team in another division or region had already created something similar." To address that problem, Locke helped create Panorama, a connectivity-focused platform that helps Goldman employees find tools that exist across the massive organization that would fit their needs. If they can't find something that already exists, they can identify relevant experts to help them create it from scratch. And a third business, ClearFactr, was founded externally and subsequently acquired by Goldman Sachs as Accelerate's first investment in 2018. It's a cloud-based financial modeling platform that demystifies the confusion from parsing through cluttered, data-heavy spreadsheets. Users can compare multiple forecasts based on different sets of assumptions side-by-side. "The businesses that you are all building are focused on solving firm-wide problems and developing new solutions, and a nimble structure with potentially transformative outcomes," David Solomon, the firm's CEO, told the Accelerate entrepreneurs during the event. "You are re-imagining our business models, improving the way we work, and creating new products to help our clients thrive." Inside Accelerate: Who gets funding, how it works, and why it's aiming to boost diversity among entrepreneurs Saying that most startups struggle to survive would be an understatement. More than 90% of them fail, according to research from Startup Genome, which might help explain Accelerate's high bar for accepting pitches. It's hunting down the best of the bunch. So far, of the 2,000 pitches it has received since the incubator's inception, Baker told Business Insider that the firm has agreed to provide funding for just 13 businesses — a stunningly low acceptance rate of 0.65%. See also: JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs are finally beginning to embrace fintech startups. Here's how they test the waters before committing to working with them. But once Accelerate accepts a proposal, it soups up that burgeoning business with two major advantages: venture capital, of course, and the knowledge and intuition delivered by designated corporate boards consisting of experienced Goldman professionals. Each business gets a board: a group of roughly five to seven managing directors or partners who help to steer that business to success and decide, along with Baker's team, whether or not to keep investing capital or turn off the spigot. Though no Accelerate business has yet been led by an analyst, Baker said that that scenario is certainly possible. Plus, she noted, young professionals are benefiting from the program another way: by joining the small, intensive Accelerate teams and growing through the unique learning experiences that those teams provide. For young professionals, Baker described these entrepreneurship-oriented roles as "very different than if you're a new analyst on a 30-person desk, and you're really learning the ropes." And Cohen said that GS Accelerate is focused on enhancing diversity among its entrepreneurial ranks. "Our view is that diversity is a strategic imperative, and we believe investing behind diversity and inclusion is good for the business, and obviously good for the world," she said. "The world has now started to focus on that even more." Are you a young person working on Wall Street? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected], encrypted messaging app Signal (561-247-5758), or direct message on Twitter @reedalexander. 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In 2019, the market size of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30347/glass-fiber-reinforced-polyurethane-2019-2025-19  This report studies the global market size of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:BASFLanxessDSMSABICPolyOneDuPontSolvayHexionCelaneseRTPSI GroupSumitomo BakeliteEvonikDaicelKolonDenkaKingfa Science and TechnologyGeniusShanghai PRET Composites Market Segment by Product TypeInjection MoldingExtrusion Molding Market Segment by ApplicationAutomotiveAerospaceElectrical & Electronics Construction Others Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30347/glass-fiber-reinforced-polyurethane-2019-2025-19Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Injection Molding1.3.3 Extrusion Molding1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Automotive1.4.3 Aerospace1.4.4 Electrical & Electronics 1.4.5 Construction 1.4.6 Others1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by Manufacturers3.1.1 Global Glass Fiber ReinfoCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30348/long-glass-fiber-reinforced-polyurethane-2019-2025-319  This report studies the global market size of Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:SABICCelanese CorporationDaicel PolymerPolyOneLotte ChemicalSolvayPPG Fiber GlassRTPCore Molding TechnologiesPlastiComp Market Segment by Product TypeInjection MoldingExtrusion Molding Market Segment by ApplicationAutomotiveAerospaceElectrical & Electronics Construction Others Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30348/long-glass-fiber-reinforced-polyurethane-2019-2025-319Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Injection Molding1.3.3 Extrusion Molding1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Automotive1.4.3 Aerospace1.4.4 Electrical & Electronics 1.4.5 Construction 1.4.6 Others1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Long Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by ManufacturersCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30349/short-glass-fiber-reinforced-polyurethane-2019-2025-511  This report studies the global market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:BASFLanxessDSMSABICPolyOneDuPontSolvayHexionCelaneseRTPSI GroupSumitomo BakeliteEvonikDaicelKolonDenkaKingfa Science and TechnologyGeniusShanghai PRET Composites Market Segment by Product TypeInjection MoldingExtrusion Molding Market Segment by ApplicationAutomotiveAerospaceElectrical & Electronics Construction Others Key Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia) The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30349/short-glass-fiber-reinforced-polyurethane-2019-2025-511Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Injection Molding1.3.3 Extrusion Molding1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Automotive1.4.3 Aerospace1.4.4 Electrical & Electronics 1.4.5 Construction 1.4.6 Others1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polyurethane Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production by ManufaCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
In 2019, the market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene is million US$ and it will reach million US$ in 2025, growing at a CAGR of from 2019; while in China, the market size is valued at xx million US$ and will increase to xx million US$ in 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during forecast period.In this report, 2018 has been considered as the base year and 2019 to 2025 as the forecast period to estimate the market size for Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene.Download FREE Sample of this Report @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/download-sample/30340/short-glass-fiber-reinforced-polypropylene-2019-2025-882 This report studies the global market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene, especially focuses on the key regions like United States, European Union, China, and other regions (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia).This study presents the Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene production, revenue, market share and growth rate for each key company, and also covers the breakdown data (production, consumption, revenue and market share) by regions, type and applications.history breakdown data from 2014 to 2019, and forecast to 2025.For top companies in United States, European Union and China, this report investigates and analyzes the production, value, price, market share and growth rate for the top manufacturers, key data from 2014 to 2019.In global market, the following companies are covered:BASFLanxessDSMSABICPolyOneDuPontSolvayHexionCelaneseRTPSI GroupSumitomo BakeliteEvonikDaicelKolonDenkaKingfa Science and TechnologyGeniusShanghai PRET CompositesMarket Segment by Product TypeInjection MoldingExtrusion MoldingMarket Segment by ApplicationAutomotiveAerospaceElectrical & Electronics Construction OthersKey Regions split in this report: breakdown data for each region.United StatesChinaEuropean UnionRest of World (Japan, Korea, India and Southeast Asia)The study objectives are:To analyze and research the Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene status and future forecast in United States, European Union and China, involving sales, value (revenue), growth rate (CAGR), market share, historical and forecast.To present the key Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene manufacturers, presenting the sales, revenue, market share, and recent development for key players.To split the breakdown data by regions, type, companies and applicationsTo analyze the global and key regions market potential and advantage, opportunity and challenge, restraints and risks.To identify significant trends, drivers, influence factors in global and regionsTo analyze competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the marketIn this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene are as follows:History Year: 2014-2018Base Year: 2018Estimated Year: 2019Forecast Year 2019 to 2025Get the Complete Report & TOC @ https://www.24chemicalresearch.com/reports/30340/short-glass-fiber-reinforced-polypropylene-2019-2025-882Table of contentTable of Contents1 Report Overview1.1 Research Scope1.2 Major Manufacturers Covered in This Report1.3 Market Segment by Type1.3.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2019-2025)1.3.2 Injection Molding1.3.3 Extrusion Molding1.4 Market Segment by Application1.4.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Market Share by Application (2019-2025)1.4.2 Automotive1.4.3 Aerospace1.4.4 Electrical & Electronics 1.4.5 Construction 1.4.6 Others1.5 Study Objectives1.6 Years Considered2 Global Growth Trends2.1 Production and Capacity Analysis2.1.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Production Value 2014-20252.1.2 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Production 2014-20252.1.3 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Capacity 2014-20252.1.4 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Marketing Pricing and Trends2.2 Key Producers Growth Rate (CAGR) 2019-20252.2.1 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Market Size CAGR of Key Regions2.2.2 Global Short Glass Fiber Reinforced Polypropylene Market Share of Key Regions2.3 Industry Trends2.3.1 Market Top Trends2.3.2 Market Drivers3 Market Share by Manufacturers3.1 Capacity and Production bCONTACT US:North Main Road Koregaon Park, Pune, India - 411001.International: +1(646)-781-7170Asia: +91 9169162030Email: [email protected] Us On linkedin :- https://www.linkedin.com/company/24chemicalresearch/
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MOOC 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 MOOC market are Pluralsight LLC, Coursera Inc., edX Inc., iversity, Udacity Inc., LinkedIn, FutureLearn, NovoEd, Udemy Inc., MOOC-CN Information Technology (Beijing) Co Ltd., Alison, Edmodo, Brain4ce Education Solutions Pvt.Ltd., Federica Weblearning, INTELLIPAAT.COM, Jigsaw Academy Education Pvt Ltd., Kadenze Inc., Khan Academy, Linkstreet Learning, Miríadax, My Mooc, Simplilearn Solutions, Skillshare Inc., and WizIQ Inc.Global MOOC market is expected to witness significant growth in the forecast period of 2019-2026, growing at a CAGR of 40.55%.MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), can be described as the online courses that have an open education platform and can reach an unlimited amount of participants.It contains the videos of traditional forms of lectures with complete course materials and promotes community interactions between the learners and the professionals.Get FREE Sample Report + All Related Graphs & Charts @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/request-a-sample/?dbmr=global-mooc-marketMarket Drivers:Growing need for cheaper and able to reach a broader student base learning platforms is expected to drive the market growthEasier way of learning and wider reach of e-learning is also expected to drive the market growthMarket Restraints:Lower completion rate and degree earning as compared to the traditional form of learning is expected to restrain the market growthAbsence of personalized path of learning system and guidance is also expected to restrain the market growthTable of Contents:-MOOC Market OverviewCompany ProfilesGlobal MOOC Market Competition, by PlayersGlobal MOOC Market Size by RegionsNorth America MOOC Revenue by CountriesEurope MOOC Revenue by CountriesAsia-Pacific MOOC Revenue by CountriesSouth America MOOC Revenue by CountriesThe Middle East and Africa Revenue MOOC by CountriesGlobal MOOC Market Segment by TypeGlobal MOOC Market Segment by ApplicationResearch Findings and ConclusionAppendixGlobal MOOC 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 MOOC market for global, Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and South America.FREE Table of Contents Is Available @ https://www.databridgemarketresearch.com/toc/?dbmr=global-mooc-marketSome of the key questions answered in this report:– Detailed Overview of MOOC 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 MOOC 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.?– Which region may tap highest market share in coming era?– What focused approach and constraints are holding the MOOC market tight?Thanks for reading this article; you can also get individual chapter wise section or region wise report version like North America, LATAM, West Europe, MENA Countries, Southeast Asia or Asia Pacific.About Us:Data Bridge Market Research set forth itself as an unconventional and neoteric Market research and consulting firm with unparalleled level of resilience and integrated approaches.
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The Trump administration is forcing TikTok to sell off its US business by September 15 or else face a ban, accusing it of posing a privacy and national security threat because it is owned by a Chinese company. The administration has explicitly claimed TikTok spies on people but has never offered public evidence. Experts diving through TikTok's code and policies say the app collects user data in a similar way to Facebook and other popular social apps. Google and Facebook by comparison almost certainly hoover up more user data than TikTok through their sprawling number of apps and services — but get less US political scrutiny on privacy. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. TikTok, the video-sharing app whose meteoric rise amongst teenage users has made it a challenger to the likes of Facebook, is under siege in the US thanks to its Chinese roots. After months of sustained political pressure from lawmakers and President Trump, TikTok's parent firm ByteDance is now in talks with Microsoft (and reportedly other US bidders) to sell its US business. And in the background, the Trump administration has threatened to ban TikTok altogether, has run ads claiming it spies on people, and also demanded that the US Treasury get a big cut of any sale of the app. The spying claims have hit home for some high-profile users, with online gaming megastar Tyler "Ninja" Blevins announcing he was deleting the app in July over privacy concerns. But is TikTok actually any worse for snooping in your personal data than social media platforms like Facebook and Google? According to the experts, evidence suggests the answer is no. In terms of the data TikTok says it sucks up, it doesn't appear to be any worse than Facebook Zoé Vilain, chief privacy and strategy officer at privacy app Jumbo told Business Insider that looking at TikTok's privacy policy, it was no more intrusive than Facebook's. "From what I see from the privacy policy, and in comparison with the privacy policies of Facebook and Instagram, I don't really see much difference. "Basically they are saying that they are using your usage data, behavior data, preferences, friends, contacts, to provide you with their service, to customize the service, and of course to do targeted advertising [...] this is exactly what Facebook is doing and Instagram is doing too," said Vilain. Vilain pointed out that the main difference between TikTok and Facebook or Instagram is in the kind of data users are routinely plugging into the app, as TikTok relies on video. "I think the main difference is that people are recording themselves and this is being recorded," she said. There's also the fact TikTok is popular with younger folks. "Also it's mainly used by teenagers, who are maybe less aware and less concerned about what they are sharing," Vilain said. The FTC fined TikTok $5.7 million in February 2019 for inadequately protecting the privacy of its underage users, and on July 7 the agency announced it was looking into allegations that the company continues to violate children's privacy on the app. In terms of how TikTok handles your data, it doesn't look any more suspicious than other social media As the reports about the US forcing TikTok to hive off its American business began to swirl in early August, security researcher Baptiste Robert decided to do a deep-dive into what data TikTok sends back to its servers in an attempt to cut through the geopolitical rhetoric. Reverse-engineering an app like TikTok's is not an easy task, and Robert is publishing a series of posts about his findings. TikTok analysis in progress. It’s time to stop this non sense and put facts in the center of the discussion pic.twitter.com/CUpEbA6f9w — Elliot Alderson (@fs0c131y) August 2, 2020   In his first post, Robert noted that a single report can't be expected to definitively prove whether or not TikTok poses a national security threat given it uses millions of lines of code. But he also didn't find anything suspicious. "As far as we can see, in its current state, TikTok doesn't have a suspicious behavior and is not exfiltrating unusual data. Getting data about the user device is quite common in the mobile world and we would obtain similar results with Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and others," Robert's report concluded. There are still 'legitimate concerns' around TikTok's lackluster security Business Insider spoke to iOS developer Talal Haj Bakry, who in March along with developer Tommy Mysk discovered a security flaw in TikTok which meant it was able to access iPhone users' clipboards without their permission, essentially meaning TikTok could read any text the user has copied. The researchers noted that this could be as mundane as a shopping list or more serious data like passwords or financial information. Subsequently LinkedIn and Reddit's apps were also discovered to be reading iOS users' clipboards, and all three companies have now altered their code after Apple started cracking down on the practice with its iOS 14 update. A TikTok spokesperson said the reason the app was reading clipboards was to identify "repetitive, spammy behavior," and the company has submitted an update to the App Store getting rid of this feature. In April Bakry and Mysk also discovered a vulnerability in TikTok which meant users' uploaded videos could be intercepted and even replaced. This vulnerability was the result of TikTok using insecure HTTP connections to download videos from its servers. "All other social media apps have long made the switch to secure HTTPS for all network connections, in effort to protect user privacy and data integrity. "Such a basic security failing does not inspire confidence in TikTok's ability in protecting their users' data, and exposes a lax attitude towards security," Bakry said. A TikTok spokesperson told Business Insider: "TikTok prioritizes user data security and already uses HTTPS across several regions, as we work to phase it in across all of the markets where we operate." Bakry thinks TikTok's Chinese roots could be part of the reason it's playing catch-up on security. "What makes TikTok stand out are the differing data privacy laws and security standards between China and other parts of the world. In the US and Europe, there are various laws and regulations in place to protect end-user privacy," Bakry said. "China is only recently catching up in creating data privacy laws, but it remains to be seen how effective these new laws will be when put in practice." Bakry said there are "definitely legitimate concerns" around TikTok's security. "Whether it's intentional or merely the result of move-fast-and-break-things, the inadequate security of social media apps can pose a serious threat. These apps collect massive amounts of data from their users, and they become prime targets for bad actors seeking to steal information," he said. Vilain agreed that regardless of whether the vulnerability was left open as a backdoor or the result of shoddy security. "Whatever the reason for this, if you're not securing the collection of data of course it's a threat and it's a violation of the GDPR for example in the European Union, and they should do something about this," she said. TikTok has tried to distance itself from its Chinese roots Regardless of whether TikTok's app is technically more invasive or insecure than any other social media app, the Trump administration's argument hinges on the idea that private companies in China can be turned into proxies for the Chinese government. As scrutiny around the app has built up, TikTok has desperately tried to shake off the idea that it's a Chinese company. "TikTok is led by an American CEO, with hundreds of employees and key leaders across safety, security, product, and public policy here in the US. We have no higher priority than promoting a safe and secure app experience for our users. We have never provided user data to the Chinese government, nor would we do so if asked," a TikTok spokesperson told Business Insider. TikTok itself isn't present in China, but is the international twin of its sister app Douyin, which does operate in China. TikTok has always maintained it doesn't store any user data on Chinese servers, although this was contested in a December 2019 lawsuit filed by a user. A TikTok spokesperson told Business Insider the app's data is stored on servers in the US with backups in Singapore. In May 2020 the company also hired a new American CEO called Kevin Mayer, formerly a Disney streaming executive. In July, TikTok announced it was withdrawing operations from Hong Kong alongside a slew of US tech companies following the implementation of China's sweeping new national security laws in the region. Some critics said the withdrawal smacked of a PR move, given that sister app Douyin is more popular in Hong Kong than TikTok. Nonetheless the Trump administration seems determined to make an example out of TikTok, and its parent company seems to be losing hope it can convince the US to leave it alone. ByteDance's CEO Zhang Yiming told employees in an internal letter he believes Trump's "real objective" is to force a ban, rather than force a sale to Microsoft or any other American company. US actions have also angered China's state media, who argue the US is trying to brazenly steal a successful Chinese company. "China will by no means accept the 'theft' of a Chinese technology company, and it has plenty of ways to respond if the administration carries out its planned smash and grab," the state-owned China daily wrote in an editorial. SEE ALSO: Dogecoin volumes spike 683% after viral TikTok challenge urges buying spree Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why electric planes haven't taken off yet
Hello and welcome to Trending, Business Insider's weekly look at the world of tech. I'm Matt Weinberger, deputy tech editor out of our San Francisco bureau, filling in for Alexei Oreskovic while he's on vacation. If you want to get Trending in your inbox every Wednesday, just click here. The clock goes tick-tock for TikTok Hello, and welcome to Trending, the Business Insider tech newsletter. As you may have already noticed, I'm not Alexei Oreskovic, your usual host — I'm Matt Weinberger, deputy tech editor out of our San Francisco bureau, filling in for Alexei while he takes some well-deserved time off.  In my day job, I oversee our enterprise tech coverage, which encompasses cloud computing, artificial intelligence, open source software, and productivity (shameless plug: you can read all about it on Hyperscale, my enterprise tech newsletter, which publishes via LinkedIn on Fridays). So imagine my surprise when Microsoft — the single largest company in the enterprise sector — suddenly and unexpectedly found itself inserted into the saga of Chinese-owned TikTok, the hottest consumer app in who knows how many years. As you've probably heard by now, Microsoft is in talks to buy up TikTok, or at least its American operations, in a deal likely to be worth many billions of dollars. Microsoft has said that it expects those talks to be completed, one way or the other, by September 15th. President Donald Trump has upped the pressure by saying that he intends to ban TikTok in the United States entirely if the app isn't owned by an American company by that date (and that the US should get a cut of the sale, which is generally not how that works). A brief Q&A on Microsoft/TikTok I won't pretend to be an expert in international trade or China relations, but I am pretty familiar with Microsoft and how it operates. While nothing is set in stone and another buyer could swoop in, Microsoft seems like the most likely buyer, not least because it has the cash to spare and because it's so far avoided the worst of the antitrust scrutiny that rivals like Google and Facebook now find themselves under.  Therefore, I've taken the liberty of throwing together a quick FAQ on what Microsoft might be thinking: Q: This is a weird deal, right? A: On the face of it, it's super weird. But, if you dig a little bit deeper — well, it's still super weird, but starts to make a little bit more sense.  Q: Isn't Microsoft all about cloud computing and Microsoft Teams and all that kind of thing these days? A: Sure is. Under CEO Satya Nadella, Microsoft has seen a tremendous bull run, thanks almost entirely to its focus on products like the Azure cloud platform and Office 365 productivity suite. In fact, Microsoft recently shuttered most of the Microsoft retail stores and the Mixer live-streaming service, a rival to Amazon's Twitch, in a move to make sure the company stayed on target. The Xbox game console is Microsoft's last major consumer brand. Q: So where does TikTok fit into that master plan? A: Honestly, it probably doesn't.  Q: Wait, but... A: The best and most educated guesses hold that Microsoft sees TikTok as a once-in-a-lifetime chance to win over an entire generation of fans. With an estimated 100 million mostly-younger daily active users, TikTok has a built-in audience, and the pressure from the White House to sell is expected to give Microsoft an edge in negotiations. Plus, it could be Microsoft's chance to wind the clock back and get another chance to take on Facebook and Google in online advertising. Otherwise, we'll have to wait and see. Q: So will it work? A: Great question. Nadella has largely earned the benefit of the doubt — his signature acquisitions of LinkedIn, GitHub, and "Minecraft" maker Mojang have all been very successful, and established a trend towards allowing big-money acquisitions to retain a level of independence previously thought unthinkable in the industry. But on the other hand...I already mentioned that Microsoft just shut down Mixer, right? Q: Last question: Doesn't it set a bizarre precedent for Silicon Valley in particular and American capitalism as a whole for a sitting president to get so involved in the affairs of a private company like Microsoft?  A: Great question! You're very good at asking smart questions. Keep it up. But it looks like we've run a bit long, so let's put a pin in this for now. But feel free to keep asking those sharp, sharp questions! So how did the Big Tech hearing go? The sudden news of a potential Microsoft and TikTok tie-up was only the capstone on a week that was already incredibly busy.  On Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Google CEO Sundar Pichai all testified before Congress on allegations of anticompetitive behavior. As expected, there was plenty of grandstanding, but there was also some substance there. As Business Insider's Linette Lopez writes, the execs were forced to testify under oath about allegations about Amazon's use of third-party seller data, or Facebook's history of spying on the competition.  More interesting than the hearing, however, were the internal emails released by the House Judiciary Committee as part of its investigation. With the release of documents, we got a rare insight into how these tech giants do business: Everything from an email from Jeff Bezos on the $1 billion purchase of smart doorbell company Ring, to a missive from late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs recommending the company "cut off" a developer.  As Business Insider's Becky Peterson reports, the big takeaway is that in several cases, these mega-companies bought up startups not because they wanted their technology — which they often seemed to find lacking — but because they wanted to buy their way into a market. Either way, the real capstone on the hearing came a day letter, when all four of those companies simultaneously announced their quarterly earnings on Thursday. The big earnings bonanza Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook all blew away their earnings reports late last week, with the stocks surging in after-hours trading.  It wasn't entirely a clean victory for all of them, however: Amazon reported a slight miss on Amazon Web Services cloud revenue, booking $10.81 billion in sales for the quarter, versus the $11.01 billion Wall Street was looking for, demonstrating slower growth than expected. Google parent company Alphabet, meanwhile, showed its first quarterly decline in revenues for the first time ever since it went public. None of this is especially surprising, given the increased reliance on services from all four companies in a stay-at-home, work-remotely kind of world. But it's a funny sort of synchronicity that all four were able to take such a victory lap just a day after being raked over the coals by lawmakers over their size and influence. Congress may be able to shame you, but it's Wall Street that pays you. Lightning round Well, that's enough out of me. Before I give up this virtual podium and turn it back over to Alexei, here are a few various other recent highlights from the Business Insider tech team: Apple will start making its own chips to enable iPhone apps to run on future Mac computers. But developers say pulling that off may not be so easy. The president of cybersecurity giant RSA explains how its $2.1 billion breakup deal with Dell will return it to its 'scrappy' startup days: 'How often do you get to do that as a 38-year-old company?' Radish wants you to binge-read romance novels, and now it has a fresh $63.2 million to pay its soap opera writers to get you hooked Sheila Bair oversaw nearly 400 bank closures during the last financial crisis. She told us her worst fear about the coronavirus crisis and explained what regulators are getting wrong this time. These two VCs were hobby Bitcoin miners a decade ago, and now they've raised $110 million for a second fund focused on cryptocurrencies and blockchain startups Thanks for reading, and if you like this newsletter, tell your friends and colleagues they can sign up here to receive it.  — MattJoin the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Why thoroughbred horse semen is the world's most expensive liquid
Cosmetic procedures like a face-lift or tummy tuck have long been popular among Hollywood celebrities, and now face treatments and injections are entering the world of Gen Z influencers.  Kristina Kitsos, an aesthetic injector and non-surgical enhancement nurse, has worked with some of TikTok's biggest stars. She spoke with Business Insider about the treatments she administers and working with the TikTok collab group Clubhouse. "Younger influencers, like the ones in Clubhouse, I do some injections on them for sure, but it's minimal and I usually do about 30 to 40% of what they ask for because I kind of talk them off the ledge and tell them how they don't want to go overboard," she said. Subscribe to Business Insider's influencer newsletter: Influencer Dashboard. Many young social-media influencers who rise to fame on platforms like TikTok or Instagram have already gotten into the world of cosmetic enhancements.  Cosmetic procedures like a face-lift or tummy tuck have long been popular among Hollywood celebrities, and now treatments like injections or fillers on the lip or around the chin and forehead are trending among some Gen Z influencers. Many influencers have been open with their fans about getting procedures done, with creators like Jeffree Star (11 million YouTube subscribers) and Corinna Kopf (4 million Instagram followers) documenting themselves getting lip injections. Some doctors and nurses have even developed their own social-media followings by sharing their work on famous clients. For instance, plastic surgeon Dr. Ashkan Ghavami has around 470,000 Instagram followers, and has recently shared content around procedures he's done on influencers like Clubhouse's Daisy Keech (5 million Instagram followers) and Teala Dunn (3 million Instagram followers). Kristina Kitsos, an aesthetic injector and non-surgical enhancement nurse in Los Angeles, has around 135,000 Instagram followers and has worked with some of TikTok's top stars. Unlike the procedures of a plastic surgeon, Kitsos' treatments are meant to fade after a few months. Kitsos is the choice cosmetic nurse for some members of the popular TikTok collab group Clubhouse, and her clients include members Michelle Wozniak (2 million TikTok followers), Jay Laurent (200,000 TikTok followers), and Mariana Morais (900,000 TikTok followers). Kitsos said "glass skin," or dewy, pore-less skin is a look that many of her influencer clients have asked for recently. The skincare trend originated in Korea and has gone viral on social media. Kitsos said other common treatments are lip fillers and meso-injections that tighten the skin with vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and plant extracts. She added that lip fillers have become more popular among her male clients recently, especially after Netflix's "Outer Banks" was released because some wanted to look more like the main character John B. Along with lip fillers, some men also often ask for jawline fillers, which will make their jawline look more angular, she said.  "The whole reason I do what I do is just to give people confidence," Kitsos told Business Insider. "It's not necessarily to make them look like a Barbie or have no flaws." But others in both the medical and influencer worlds have questioned whether these procedures are beneficial, especially for mental health. Dr. Gary Linkov, a New York City-based facial plastic surgeon, told Business Insider that the medical risks that come with fillers are rare, but generally, young adults and teenagers should be more concerned with why they want to change their appearance and if it's the right decision for their face.  "You're always working off what your base anatomy is and what might look good on your specific face," Linkov said. "It's hard with these face filter apps to keep them honest and say, this could be an honest result. Despite this being my profession, I think at some point we need a little self acceptance and I do think there is more work we can do to love ourselves for what we have. It's okay if things aren't so perfect." YouTuber and licensed therapist Kati Morton said any cosmetic enhancement is born out of the belief that the way we look isn't good enough for one reason or another. "Getting something done isn't going to make us feel any better about ourselves," Morton told Business Insider. "In my experience, getting one thing done only opens the flood gates for more procedures, because the real issue is in our own confidence and self esteem. We have to notice how we are talking to ourselves about how we look and act, and work to make that conversation more positive. I believe that once we do that we will see that these cosmetic enhancements aren't necessary after all." Influencers want to match how they look from augmented reality beauty filters on social media, with glowing clear skin  Kitsos said that many of her younger patients — like those Gen Z TikTok stars — come to her afraid of being seen without makeup.  "My goal is to have everyone be able to go out without makeup," she said. Kitsos gives skincare recommendations and treatments as well as fillers and injections. "It depends on their age," Kitsos said. "Younger influencers, like the ones in Clubhouse, I do some injections on them for sure, but it's minimal and I usually do about 30 to 40% of what they ask for because I kind of talk them off the ledge and tell them how they don't want to go overboard. I feel like I'm the voice of reason in their heads."  She also performs microbotox on patients for acne, headaches, and sweating, she said. "A lot of my older clients ask why I inject younger girls, but if I don't do it they will just go to someone else and I feel it's my role to teach them about the pitfalls that come with injecting," she said.  Generally, she said influencers want to look like they do on social media, with glowing clear skin masked on from the beauty filters created by Snapchat and Instagram. In 2019, Instagram removed some face-changing filters from the app over concerns that they contributed to unrealistic beauty standards, and some influencers say their work has negatively impacted their mental health, and that they struggle with body image issues. Before doing anything, Kitsos said she talks through any changes with her clients to prevent any harsh transformations. "I think that there are some people who take it to the extreme and that's really odd looking," she said. "Usually I can talk them into doing a little less." What she skincare products she recommends to influencers and other clients Kitsos is also a skincare influencer in her own right. She links to her recommended skincare products on Instagram through the Amazon affiliate program where she earns a commission from every sale.  She recommends spending less on face wash and more more on serums without dyes or perfumes. She also said glycolic acid pads are popular for her patients who don't wash their face as often and have blackheads.  While her clients frequently appear on her social feeds, Kisos said she has never paid an influencer to promote her services or products, but she does gift some products. Mostly, she lands her clients through word-of-mouth. "Sometimes the influencers pay a discounted rate but not always," Kitsos said. "It really depends on a number of different factors. They do, however, get some of my products gifted to them for the first time to try it." Read more on the business of influencers, according to industry insiders: How to get in contact with top influencers using Instagram direct messages, according to a CEO who has landed clients like TikTok star Addison Rae with a simple DM: Unlike LinkedIn or Twitter, on Instagram users can direct message anyone – no matter how famous they are. The Instagram metrics that brands are using in 2020 to decide whether to hire an influencer and to measure campaign performance: Many brands ask for certain Instagram metrics before and after an influencer campaign to measure its overall success and reach. Meet the team helping TikTok star Dixie D'Amelio launch a music career without a major record label: We spoke with the D'Amelio family's managers about developing a song with Dixie and their plans to work with more talent on music going forward. Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: A cleaning expert reveals her 3-step method for cleaning your entire home quickly
While Adobe is best known for Photoshop, it has undergone a significant transformation over the last decade under CEO Shantanu Narayan, shifting its business model and adding new product lines.  As the company continues to evolve, it's now taking on new competitors like Salesforce and Zendesk. To tackle its many challenges, Narayan relies on a key group of leaders within his company.  We've identified the 15 executives that are leading Adobe behind the scenes and helping Narayan navigate its future. Click here to read more BI Prime stories. While Adobe is still best known for its flagship photo editing software Photoshop, it's spent the last decade  transforming itself: expanding its business and adapting to the changing world.  CEO Shantanu Narayan has been spearheading that shift since 2007.  To keep up with the move to the cloud, for example, Adobe transitioned its photo editing and creative software tools from the old one-time purchase format into a new annual or monthly subscription model. It also built out a digital marketing software unit, with the thesis that its many users who were marketing professionals would buy tools that showed them how the content they created with Adobe's others products was performing.   Today, it's business revolves around Adobe Creative Cloud, which includes Photoshop and its other design software, Document Cloud, which includes its PDF and digital signature tools, and Experience Cloud, the digital marketing unit.  While its creative business has high margins, its digital marketing unit faces stiff competition from Salesforce and smaller players like Zendesk, Baird analyst Robert Oliver told Business Insider. Meanwhile, Adobe is also investing in technology like artificial intelligence to bolster all its product lines.  To tackle Adobe's challenges and grow the company, Narayan relies on a group of key leaders within his company. Here are the 15 people who have helped make Adobe into what it is today, and who will lead the charge as it continues to evolve:SEE ALSO: Microsoft just launched new tools for reopening offices safely, and they could help it compete with Salesforce Anil Chakravarthy, executive VP and general manager, digital experience business and worldwide field operations Anil Chakravarthy joined Adobe in January to take on a key role at the company: Leading its digital experience business, which sells cloud-based marketing software. He recently took over worldwide field operations which includes the sales organization and customer success teams.  Before Adobe he was the chief executive at data management company Informatica, which he helped transform into a cloud-first, subscription-based business.  As Adobe tries to build traction for its cloud marketing business, Chakravarthy's experience will be vital.  "Adobe is the clear leader in the exploding Customer Experience Management category, and I cannot think of a more exceptional and experienced candidate than Anil to drive Adobe's Digital Experience business in 2020 and beyond," Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen said in a press release at the time of Chakravarthy's hire.  Abhay Parasnis, chief technology officer and executive VP, strategy and growth Abhay Parasnis has been Adobe's chief technology officer for the last five years, leading its technology strategy and overall product engineering and data science agenda across the its entire portfolio of products. That includes leading Adobe's research into areas like artificial intelligence and machine learning. He recently  spearheaded the launch of a new Photoshop Camera app that uses AI to take and edit photos, and hired Marc Levoy, the researcher who led camera development for Google's Pixel phone.  In February, Parasnis also began guiding Adobe's overall corporate strategy, strategic M&A, and global partnerships. John Murphy, executive VP and chief financial officer John Murphy leads Adobe's finance and operations team as its chief financial officer. He first joined the company in 2017 as its chief accounting officer and corporate controller.  Before joining Adobe, Murphy was the chief accounting officer and global controller at Qualcomm, and held finance roles at Direct TV and Experian before that.  Gloria Chen, chief people officer and executive VP, employee experience Gloria Chen leads all of Adobe's human resources, real estate, and security operations around the world, managing more than 22,000 employees at 75 locations. She was promoted to the role in January when her predecessor Donna Morris left the company.  Previously she led growth initiatives like corporate strategy, corporate development, and strategic partnerships. CTO Abhay Parasnis took over those responsibilities in February.  Chen has been at the company for over 20 years and throughout her time has shaped its ecommerce strategy, built its enterprise business, and managed significant acquisitions and integrations. She's also held senior leadership positions in worldwide sales operations, customer service and support, and strategic planning before her current gig.  Ann Lewnes, executive VP and chief marketing officer Ann Lewnes joined the company 13 years ago and now runs Adobe's marketing organization.  She is credited with overseeing Adobe's shift to digital, including adapting its marketing organization.  Prior to Adobe, she spent 20 years at Intel working in the marketing department.  Scott Belsky, chief product officer and executive VP, Creative Cloud Scott Belsky's main focus is developing and evolving Adobe's Creative Cloud suite of products, which are a huge part of its business. He manages product management and engineering for its Creative Cloud products and services, Adobe Spark, and Adobe's user community Behance. He also manages the design team, which stretches across all Adobe's products. This is Belsky's second stint at Adobe: He originally joined when it acquired Behance — the company he cofounded — in 2012. He then spent roughly four years leading Adobe's mobile strategy for Creative Cloud until 2016 when he left for venture firm Benchmark. He returned in late 2017.  Alisa Bergman, VP, chief privacy officer Alisa Bergman is responsible for making sure Adobe's products use customer data ethically and responsibly. She leads the trust and safety team and her role covers data security and privacy efforts, as well as regulatory and public policy matters. That means she's responsible for adapting Adobe's polices to align with Europes GDPR regulations and California's recently-enacted consumer privacy laws.  Bergman has been at Adobe for four years, joining after six years as chief privacy officer for Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.  Cynthia Stoddard, chief information officer As chief information officer, Cynthia Stoddard runs Adobe's global information technology and reliability engineering teams. She creates the strategy for delivering services and tools that keep the company running.  She joined Adobe four years ago, after serving as the chief information officer at NetApp for five years. Amit Ahuja, VP, ecosystem development Amit Ahuja is responsible for building and managing strategic partnerships for Adobe. That includes partnerships with other large tech giants like Microsoft and IBM. He was instrumental in helping build Adobe's enterprise business around its marketing cloud products, including overseeing its $1.8 billion acquisition of  web analytics company Omniture and, more recently, Auditude. Ahuja first joined Adobe in 2005 via its acquisition of Macromedia, where he was in the corporate development group focusing on mobile and video. He then joined the corporate development group at Adobe.  Bryan Lamkin, executive VP and general manager, digital media Bryan Lamkin leads two of Adobe's key product lines: Creative Cloud and Document Cloud. Adobe's Creative Cloud is the most well known of its product lines and has become the "gold standard" for design within companies around the world, said Baird Oliver.  Document Cloud also has a huge reach, as it includes Adobe's Acrobat Reader and related tools.  Lamkin, too, is an Adobe boomerang: He first joined in 1992 and spent more than a decade at the company, including leading Photoshop, before leaving in 2006. After a stints at startups as an investor and an executive, he rejoined Adobe in 2013. Ashley Still, senior VP, digital media Ashley Still is responsible for the day-to-day operations of both Creative Cloud and Document Cloud. Document Cloud products are seeing rapid growth under her leadership, especially as digital documents are becoming more necessary in the remote work era.  She's also helped get Adobe's digital signature tool in front of sectors like education and government, with usage increasing 175% since the beginning of the year.  She previously lead the Creative Cloud for enterprise business and was instrumental in transitioning Adobe from a packaged software company to a cloud-based subscription operating model. She first joined Adobe in 2004 as an intern.  Jamie Myrold, VP, design Jamie Myrold has been leading design at Adobe for over 14 years. She's responsible for the user design of Adobe's creative tools as it made its transformation to a cloud-based software provider.  She writes on her LinkedIn that she wants to "inspire the next wave of design leaders" by "encouraging her teams to push boundaries and develop skills that impact all aspects of business strategy and product creation." In addition to her main role, she has advocated for diversity and inclusion initiatives at Adobe.  Mala Sharma, VP & general manager, Creative Cloud product marketing and community Mala Sharma runs product marketing and community for Adobe's Creative Cloud product line. She has been at Adobe for 15 years and has steadily risen up the ranks of the company's product marketing unit.  Previously she worked in marketing and business units for the tech and consumer packaged goods industry at Creative Labs and Unilever. Dana Rao, executive VP, general counsel, and corporate secretary Dana Rao leads Adobe's legal and government relations team as its general counsel. He's been at the company for over eight years, and originally joined as its VP of intellectual property and litigation, and was responsible for Adobe's patent, trademark and copyright portfolio strategies.  Previously, Rao worked at Microsoft for 11 years in both intellectual property and patent acquisition roles.   Anjul Bhambhri, VP, platform engineering Anjul Bhambhri leads platform engineering at Adobe and is responsible for the strategy of Adobe's Experience platform, development and technology partnerships with Microsoft Azure, and Customer Journey Management.  Before Adobe, she worked at IBM for 14 years, most recently as vice president of engineering for its big data and analytics platform. Do you work at Adobe or another tech company? Contact this reporter via email at [email protected] or Signal at 925-364-4258. (PR pitches by email only, please.) You can also contact Business Insider securely via SecureDrop.
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Microsoft is in talks to purchase TikTok, the massively popular video app that's owned and operated by the Chinese company ByteDance. The purchase talks come amid threats from President Donald Trump to ban the app in the United States. Trump says the app funnels user information to the Chinese government, and must be operated by an American company to ensure the safety of user information. The cost to purchase TikTok could be as high as $50 billion, according to a recent valuation reported by Reuters. Anywhere near that number would make it one of the biggest tech acquisitions of all time. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Microsoft is in talks to buy wildly popular video sharing platform TikTok from Chinese owner ByteDance, and the deal could go as high as $50 billion — the latest valuation given to TikTok by its investors, according to a recent Reuters report. That would make it the second-highest tech acquisition price of all time, well above the prices paid in dozens of major acquisitions. Here's a look at the history of tech's most expensive acquisitions, from Apple's measly $3 billion purchase of Beats all the way to Dell's notoriously expensive acquisition of EMC Corporation for a whopping $67 billion:SEE ALSO: Microsoft to continue talks to acquire TikTok's US operations after Trump threatened to ban the app in the US 27. Apple bought Beats in 2014 for $3 billion. Apple's purchase of Beats in 2014 was a two-part play: For the Beats headphone lineup, and for foundational software that would eventually lead to Apple Music. It also led to a notorious (and hilarious) video of Dr. Dre celebrating the sale with his friend Tyrese that reportedly caused Apple to "freak out." 26. Google bought Nest in 2014 for $3.2 billion. Google's purchase of Nest in 2014 was a strategic pickup in Google's ongoing battle with Amazon in the smart home market. Nest's widely used thermostat was an early hit in the smart home business, and the Google division has only expanded out its offerings since being acquired. 25. Walmart bought Jet.com in 2016 for $3.3 billion. Through the acquisition of Jet.com in 2016, Walmart bolstered its online storefront and has become a major player in the ecommerce market. Though Jet.com itself has since shuttered, the talent and technology that came with it live on through Walmart's online presence. 24. Cisco bought AppDynamics in 2017 for $3.7 billion. Just as AppDynamics was set to go public, the company was purchased at the eleventh hour by Cisco for $3.7 billion — an effort from Cisco to push further away from its hardware roots into the software and services business. Adobe bought Marketo in 2018 for $4.75 billion. Adobe's purchase of Marketo added the company's services to its "Adobe Experience Cloud," a business software suite sold by Adobe. Marketo's software added several marketing services to the AEC. Microsoft bought aQuantive in 2007 for $6.3 billion. In 2007, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer led an acquisition of a company named aQuantive worth over $6 billion. Though the purchase was intended to get Microsoft more deeply involved in the online advertising business, it ultimately led to a massive $6.2 billion writedown. Salesforce bought MuleSoft in 2018 for $6.5 billion. Relatively unknown prior to being purchased by Salesforce, MuleSoft has become a major part of the cloud giant's portfolio. The standout service provided by MuleSoft is named Anypoint, and it enables Salesforce developers to make disparate app work together. It was the first of two major acquisitions Salesforce made in the last few years. Microsoft bought Nokia in 2014 for $7.2 billion. Among the many acquisitions made under the leadership of former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, the purchase of Nokia for $7.2 billion was among the least successful. Less than two years after the purchase, Microsoft's new CEO Satya Nadella took a $7.6 billion writedown in financials and laid off nearly 8,000 Nokia employees. Oracle bought Sun Microsystems in 2009 for $7.4 billion. Oracle's purchase of Sun Microsystems was very specific: To own the rights to the Java programming language. Those rights would eventually lead to an ongoing legal battle with Google. For Sun Microsystems, which was in decline and saddled with loads of debt at the time, an acquisition was a lifeline. Microsoft bought GitHub in 2019 for $7.5 billion. For Microsoft, a company founded by computer programmers, the acquisition of GitHub makes a lot of sense: It offers a direct path for the massive network of computer-minded GitHub users into Microsoft's large ecosystem. It also offers a potential pipeline for some of the world's most computer savvy folks to work at Microsoft. Microsoft bought Skype in 2011 for $8.5 billion. For years, before Google Hangouts and Zoom chats offered other options, Microsoft-owned Skype was the de fact video chat software. Things have changed over time, of course, but Microsoft's 2011 purchase of Skype was a strategic move into consumer communications software that has continued to pay off: The video chat software is always a marquee example of how a new Microsoft device might work Oracle bought PeopleSoft in 2004 for $10.3 billion. Oracle's acquisition of PeopleSoft is a notoriously contentious story. "It was an 18-month hostile takeover," senior executive Aneel Bhusri told Business Insider back in 2011. PeopleSoft offered software-based human resources solutions for companies and schools, and its products are still offered by its current parent company, Oracle. NXP bought Freescale in 2015 for $11.8 billion. When NXP, one of the lesser-known computer chip manufacturers, purchased Freescale in 2015, the deal cemented NXP as a dominant force in the silicon market. Google bought Motorola Mobility in 2011 for $12.5 billion. Though Google continues to produce and sell smartphones under its Pixel line, the company used to make smartphones in collaboration with Motorola (and other handset makers). That relationship eventually turned into an outright acquisition, though another critical aspect of the purchase wasn't said out loud: Patents. Symantec bought Veritas Software in 2004 for $13.5 billion. Symantec's purchase of Veritas Technologies, like so many tech acquisitions, was a measure of expansion and solidification. Veritas offered information management solutions. Symantec and Veritas split in 2014, and it is a private company once again. Amazon bought Whole Foods in 2017 for $13.7 billion. Amazon's purchase of Whole Foods was the first major push into bricks-and-mortar retail from the ecommerce giant and was largely intended as an expansion of Amazon's annual subscription service Amazon Prime. Prime users get discounts in the store, and Amazon products like the Echo are advertised alongside apples and bananas. Intel bought MobileEye in 2017 for $15 billion. As technology companies jockey for position in the race to create self-driving software, companies like Intel are paying billions for startups like MobileEye with proven tech. In the case of Intel's MobileEye, the goal is a "robo-taxi" rather than implementing the tech in consumer cars. Salesforce bought Tableau in 2019 for $15.7 billion. In another major Salesforce acquisition, the tech giant purchased Tableau last year for nearly $16 billion. It's the latest purchase in Salesforce's ongoing plan to strategically acquire companies that can help Salesforce grow. In the case of Tableau, Salesforce got a data analytics and visualization platform with over 86,000 customers. Walmart bought Flipkart in 2018 for $16 billion. Walmart's big bet on Flipkart is all about international expansion: Flipkart serves the Indian market, and with the acquisition, Walmart now has a major foothold in the region. It's also a critical step in Walmart's ongoing push into ecommerce, as Flipkart is an online-based retailer. Nokia bought Alcatel-Lucent in 2015 for $16.6 billion. Nokia's purchase of Alcatel-Lucent was positioned as a means of expanding its network technology business in the wake of its mobile phone business being sold to Microsoft. The purchase has enabled Nokia to become one of several major players in the move to 5G wireless networks. Facebook bought WhatsApp in 2014 for $22 billion. Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp in 2014, though wildly expensive, enabled Facebook to instantly expand its reach by tens of millions of people. Despite its connection to Facebook, like Instagram, WhatsApp remains popular around the world.  Hewlett-Packard bought Compaq in 2001 for $25 billion. In a piece published in 2016 by ZDNet titled "Worst tech mergers and acquisitions," the $25 billion purchase of Compaq by Hewlett-Packard is ranked number one on that list. Why? Not only did it eventually lead to a massive downturn at the company, but its failure was forewarned by several major stakeholders — including the son of the company's cofounder, Walter Hewlett. Microsoft bought LinkedIn in 2016 for $26.2 billion. The acquisition of LinkedIn is part of the new era of Microsoft acquisitions, where companies are intentionally left to operate relatively autonomously. To that end, LinkedIn has remained relatively unchanged since its purchase back in 2016 for $26.2 billion.  Of note: LinkedIn is Microsoft's most expensive acquisition of all time, and anything above that paid for TikTok would instantly make it the new most expensive purchase. SoftBank bought ARM in 2016 for $31 billion. SoftBank's purchase of ARM could become an investment — the latest news is that NVIDIA is reportedly looking at a purchase of ARM from SoftBank which would assuredly be north of the $31 billion SoftBank paid back in 2016. IBM bought Red Hat in 2018 for $34 billion. IBM's purchase of Red Hat took a variety of popular software and instantly collected it under IBM's umbrella: From Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Red Hat Virtualization. As part of the $32 billion deal, Red Hat products are now a part of IBM Cloud. Avago bought Broadcom in 2015 for $37 billion. Never heard of Avago? How about Broadcom? Though both companies are massive, they're also both relatively unknown. That's because they're responsible for the infrastructure and technology inside of many products made by other companies, from cable modems to the chips powering Ethernet switches. Dell bought EMC Corporation in 2015 for $67 billion. By far the most expensive acquisition of all time continues to be Dell's $67 billion purchase of EMC Corporation in 2015.  "We're continuing to evolve the company into the most relevant areas where I.T. is moving," Dell president Michael Dell told the New York Times in a 2015 interview. "This deal just accelerates that." Combining Dell's offerings with EMC allowed Dell to push further into corporate computing services, and it allowed EMC to escape pressure from investors to stem ongoing business declines.  Got a tip? Contact Business Insider senior correspondent Ben Gilbert via email ([email protected]), or Twitter DM (@realbengilbert). We can keep sources anonymous. Use a non-work device to reach out. PR pitches by email only, please.
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