Business Insider names top 36 public relation experts in technology

  • Tech companies have no shortage of PR needs, whether it’s handling crises like antitrust concerns or promoting a new product.
  • Business Insider identified 36 top public relations pros working in the tech industry.
  • They include names from venture capital firms, SaaS companies, startups, established PR firms, and small agencies.
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Tech companies are often in the news for issues ranging from antitrust concerns to unsavory content proliferating on their platforms.

But besides tamping down crises, these companies also need to promote their products and drive sales.

To do that, they turn to public relations professionals to win over journalists and pitch stories.

Business Insider identified 36 of the top PR pros working in tech. They represent everything from tech giants and enterprise software companies to startups and small agencies.

The list includes well-known Silicon Valley PR’s like Ash Spiegelberg, partner and head of the

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SpaceX is outsourcing Starlink satellite dish production, insider says

  • SpaceX recently launched a public beta test for Starlink, its growing network of internet-beaming satellites.
  • Test subscribers pay $99 per month for broadband-like service, plus a $499 fee for a starter kit that includes a “UFO on a stick” user terminal, or satellite dish.
  • But each user terminal contains a phased-array antenna, which industry experts say can’t be made for less than $1,000.
  • SpaceX hired STMicroelectronics to manufacture Starlink user terminals, a person with knowledge of the agreement told Business Insider.
  • A teardown video posted to YouTube on Wednesday appears to corroborate the claim, as it shows STM-branded components.
  • The contract with the Swiss-headquartered manufacturing giant calls for the production of 1 million terminals and may be worth billions of dollars, the person said.
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SpaceX is outsourcing a key element of its Starlink satellite-internet network with a manufacturing deal worth billions of dollars,

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Global Software-Defined Networking Industry | Markets Insider

New York, Nov. 24, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — announces the release of the report “Global Software-Defined Networking Industry” –

The global market for Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is projected to reach US$43.3 billion by the year 2027, trailing a post COVID-19 CAGR of 19% over the analysis period 2020 through 2027. Connected enterprises are growing in popularity for their ability to provide converged digital experiences to modern borderless customers and connect all levels of enterprise functions to help realize operational intelligence and productivity benefits via seamless delivery of knowledge across the enterprise. Companies in this regard are embracing mobility to leverage and capitalize the opportunity for business innovation. Virtually every enterprise is seeking to integrate mobility in every business process with the aim of reaping benefits such as improved employee productivity, more efficient communication, enhanced customer experience, reduced overhead costs for employers in the form of reduced IT requirements,

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Insider Energy: Biden’s secret weapon, 3 big clean-tech deals

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  • There won’t be a newsletter next week. We’re off for the holiday. 

Cancel your Thanksgiving plans, they say. Well, joke’s on the CDC because I never had any. 

Seriously, though, what a gloomy holiday season. 

Almost half as many people will travel for Thanksgiving this year, according to GasBuddy — even though prices at the pump will be at a 4-year low. 

That’s bad news for oil and the companies that sell it. But markets are still reaping rewards from positive vaccine news. The S&P 500 energy index was up more than 16% as of Friday morning, compared to last month. 

“Vaccine news have

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Introducing Financial Services and the brand new Insider Intelligence site

  • Today, Insider Intelligence is introducing Financial Services, a robust coverage area offering unbiased insight into how technology is transforming Banking, Payments, Insurance, and Wealth Management.
  • In addition, we’re rolling out our new Insider Intelligence site, which now provides all clients with frictionless access to eMarketer and Business Insider Intelligence content.
  • Learn more about Insider Intelligence here.

As consumers and businesses alike seek out contactless money management options and self-service portals, the importance of digital channels has never been clearer for financial services providers.

For legacy institutions, digitalization means completely overhauling operations. For startups and emerging players, it means massive opportunity.

That’s why today we’re introducing Financial Services from Insider Intelligence, a robust coverage area offering unbiased insight into how technology is transforming Banking, Payments, Insurance, and Wealth Management.

Financial Services leverages our industry recognized and trusted methodology to provide clients with reliable estimates that will help them make better decisions.

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Exclusive: Amazon accuses Future of insider trading as it seeks to block Reliance deal

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Inc has asked India’s market regulator to investigate Future Retail Ltd for insider trading, a letter seen by Reuters showed, as it seeks to prevent its business partner from becoming part of rival Reliance’s empire.

FILE PHOTO: The logo of Amazon is seen at a logistics centre in Lauwin-Planque, northern France, April 22, 2020. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol/File Photo

The U.S. giant has been pressing the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to review Reliance’s August deal to buy retail, logistics and other assets from Future Group for $3.4 billion including debt.

Amazon argues it had a 2019 agreement with Future which prevented the Indian group’s retail assets from being sold to certain parties including Reliance Industries Ltd, which is led by Asia’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani.

The Nov. 8 letter to SEBI alleges Future Retail disclosed to Reliance price sensitive details of an injunction granted

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