Language-learning app Duolingo has hired bankers for summer IPO: sources: Candy Cheng
Duolingo has hired Goldman Sachs and Allen & Co. for an initial public offering that could happen as soon as this summer, sources tell Insider.
Biden tells lawmakers he's "prepared to compromise" on infrastructure: Erin Snodgrass
Biden and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg met with lawmakers in an effort to gain support for an infrastructure plan that Republicans rebuked.
Former Vice President Walter Mondale, who served with Jimmy Carter, dies at 93: Azmi Haroun
According to Axios, Mondale called Biden, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton on Sunday to let them know his death was near.
Wells Fargo pays analysts, associates in investment bank special bonus: Reed Alexander, Samantha Stokes
It's the latest Wall Street firm to up pay. Rob Engel, co-president of Wells Fargo Securities, told CIB analysts and associates about special bonuses on a Monday call.
United, Delta to offer Europe flights for vaccinated Americans: Dominick Reuter
Service begins in late May for Delta and early July for United as the European Union continues limiting international travelers.
YouTube has demonetized James Charles temporarily amid allegations that he sexted minors: Kat Tenbarge
YouTube confirmed to Insider that James Charles has been temporarily removed from its Partner Program which allows creators to profit from ads.
Watch a disgruntled Tesla owner jump on top of a car at the Shanghai auto show: Tim Levin
The woman yelled about Tesla cars having defective brakes before being dragged away by security, several news outlets reported.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg net worth and how he spends his wealth: Tanza Loudenback, Liz Knueven, Avery Hartmans
Only a handful of billionaires, including Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Tesla's Elon Musk, have fortunes worth over $100 billion.
I got a $215,000 job offer during the pandemic — and why I turned it down: Lily Anna Li
Lily Anna Li says hiring managers were particularly impressed by the work she had put into her side projects outside of a normal 9-5.
How YouTuber Aja Dang paid off nearly $200,000 of debt in 2 years: Katherine McLaughlin
Between credit cards, student loans, and a car loan, Aja Dang had accumulated six figures of debt. She had to get serious about paying it off.