Business Insider

Business Insider is a fast-growing business site with deep financial, media, tech, and other industry verticals. Launched in 2007 by former top-ranked Wall Street analyst Henry Blodget and DoubleClick executives Dwight Merriman and Kevin Ryan, the site is now the largest business news site on the web. Business Insider has seven international editions and 40 million visitors each month. In  September 2015, Business Insider was acquired by German publishing powerhouse Axel Springer for approximately $450 million.

Parent Company
Axel Springer
New York, US
Business Insider was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in New York, US

Key People at Business Insider

Henry Blodget

Henry Blodget

CEO, Co-Founder & Editor in Chief
Gordon Crovitz

Gordon Crovitz

Board of Directors
Pete Spande

Pete Spande

Chief Revenue Officer

Business Insider Office Locations

Business Insider has offices in New York and London
New York, US (HQ)
150 Fifth Avenue, 8th Floor
London, GB
16-24 Underwood Street

Business Insider Data and Metrics

Business Insider Summary

In total, Business Insider had raised $58.6 m. Business Insider is a subsidiary of Axel Springer

Business Insider Operating Metrics

Feb, 2017

Unique Visitors (US)

55 m
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Business Insider Median Salaries

Source: 15 public H-1B filings from Business Insider

Traffic Overview of Business Insider

Business Insider Online and Social Media Presence

Business Insider News and Updates

We may have hit peak Apple

When a new iPhone is available to pick up in stores, we usually see photos of lines stretching blocks long, as customers around the world…

How the director of Jake Gyllenhaal's new movie went from 'Pineapple Express' to tackling the Boston Marathon bombing

There aren’t many directors in Hollywood with a filmography like David Gordon Green. In a business where if you’re lucky enough to find a niche you milk it for all its worth, Green jumped from being one of the top rising directors in the independent film world in the 1990s, …

The 15 best states for job seekers in 2017

Everyone knows location is a big deal in the real estate world. But it's also a crucial factor in the job search, too. Personal finance site WalletHub found that landing a gig is far easier in some states than in others. WalletHub assigned each US state a score based on nume…

Take a tour of Harvey Mudd College, the tiny STEM 'bootcamp' outside Los Angeles whose graduates out-earn Harvard and Stanford alums

Located in Claremont, California is an 829-person liberal arts college that might go unnoticed to the uninitiated. It's not a member of the Ivy League, nor does it have the celebrity of Stanford University, its neighbor to the north. In fact, if you're not familiar with the…

Investing guru Byron Wien breaks down why market bears will be dead wrong for a few more years (BX)

Blackstone's Byron Wien doesn't see many reasons to be concerned about the US economy right now. "My belief is that we're not going to see a bear market or a recession until at least 2019," he said. That doesn't mean stocks will go to the moon, however. But earnings growth…

A 40-year study of teens finds Generation Z is unlike any past generation — here's what they're all about

Today's teens are in no hurry to grow up, a new study finds. Contrary to teenagers of past generations, Generation Z — broadly defined as people born between 1995 and the mid-2000s — aren't drinking alcohol, having sex, driving, or going out without their parents nearly as m…
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