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    Why Elon Musk Might Still Walk Away From the Twitter DealPay attention to Tesla’s falling stock price.
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    How Elon Musk Could Be Disastrous for TwitterHe is undoubtedly innovative, but he might help push the site in a (more) extremist direction.
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    Who Could Benefit From a Snarled Chinese Supply Chain?COVID lockdowns have again exposed the problem with relying on distant countries for parts.
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    New York Times CEO: ‘The Internet Has Failed Us As a Society’Meredith Levien takes aim at platforms.
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    Meta’s Virtual-Reality Arm Is a ‘Flaming Bag of Sh*t’The company is running into several problems at once, as evidenced by its plummeting stock price.
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    Will China Really Face a Corporate Reckoning in 2022?Scott Galloway and Kara Swisher are skeptical that much will change in big business’s relationship to an increasingly authoritarian state.
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    Super-Apps Are InevitableGet ready for the first $10 trillion tech company.
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    The Reasoning Behind That Elon Musk Twitter PollThe Tesla CEO may have had an ulterior motive here.
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    Why Zuckerberg’s Days As CEO May Be NumberedAs damning information about the company keeps trickling out, something has to give.
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    Facebook May Be Mendacious, But It’s Not StupidA company name change could serve Mark Zuckerberg’s interests well.
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    Why This Facebook Scandal Might, Might Just Be DifferentThe company may have pissed off the wrong group of people this time around.
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    Apple’s Supposed Loss in Court Was Actually a WinThe price Tim Cook & Co. will have to pay in their battle against Epic Games is just not very significant.
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    Will Twitter Boot the Taliban?With extremists taking control of Afghanistan, big tech faces a familiar quandary.
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    More Businesses Need to Mandate Vaccines for WorkersThis is no time for caution from corporate America.
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    Why Space Tourism Will Fall FlatIt’s getting a lot of buzz, but the appeal already seems limited.
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    The Internet Emerged Stronger Than Ever From the PandemicIt was one element of American infrastructure that worked very well.
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    The Fight to Rein In Facebook Is Going to Be a Slow GrindA major loss in court was a reminder of how steep the climb really is.
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    American Airlines Shouldn’t Have Been Bailed OutDespite getting billions in loans, the company furloughed thousands and is now contending with a worker shortage.
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    Why the CEO-Worker Pay Gap Is Wider Than EverA clubby corporate atmosphere is a major contributing cause.
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    The Global Minimum Tax Is a Great StartMaking companies pay more of their share is a big deal and a prime example of U.S.-Europe cooperation.
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    Why Subscriptions May Be the Wave of the FutureIn an increasingly privacy-focused world, paying a premium may look more attractive.
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    The SPAC OvercorrectionA recently hot Wall Street trend is now suddenly out of fashion. But it still has its uses.
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    AT&T’s Deal With Discovery Was Done Out of WeaknessThe sudden, expensive transaction is an admission that the company’s previous purchase of Time Warner was a disaster.
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    Hosting SNL Was a Huge Win for Elon MuskThe polarizing CEO managed to soften his image, and seemed to have a good time doing it.
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    Verizon’s Media Business Never Made Any SenseMaybe AOL and Yahoo’s new buyer will know what to do with them.
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    Will Apple’s Strike Against Facebook Really Do Much Damage?New iPhone privacy controls may threaten Mark Zuckerberg’s business, but customer inertia is a powerful thing.
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    What Netflix’s Bad Quarter MeansThe company is facing production delays and much more competition, but betting against it has usually been unwise.
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    Why Molecules Are the New MicrochipsWalter Isaacson on the tremendous upsides (and potential tremendous downsides) of the gene-editing revolution.
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    Why Facebook Is the Most Vulnerable of the Tech GiantsIt’s sitting pretty right now, but faces structural problems its rivals don’t.
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    Why Infrastructure Is Really an Investment in the Middle ClassKara Swisher and Scott Galloway chat about how President Biden’s plan would benefit people over corporations.
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    Microsoft Buying Discord Would Be 2021’s Best AcquisitionThe tech giant is canny about the companies it wants to snap up.
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    Is This the End of Business Travel As We Know It?Americans are getting on planes in bigger numbers, but one kind of trip may mostly be consigned to the past.
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    How to Ensure the Robots Won’t Come for Your JobKevin Roose thinks the key is to embrace the dimensions of humanity that automation isn’t close to reaching.
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    Are Movie Theaters Completely Screwed?For an already troubled industry that has been battered by the pandemic, there may be a narrow path to survival.
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    Why Is GameStop’s Stock Price Soaring Again?A frenzy driven by people who revel in market volatility.
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    It’s Mark Versus Rupert Down UnderKara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss what the intense fight over online news in Australia means for the rest of the world.
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    The Kindler, Gentler TwitterKara Swisher and Scott Galloway think Donald Trump’s absence has already made the platform a healthier place.
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    Who Really Benefited From the GameStop Bubble?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss why a Wall Street frenzy resists simplistic narratives.
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    Facebook’s ‘Rope-a-Dope’ Strategy on TrumpKara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss the company’s outsourcing of one of its most crucial decisions: whether to ban the former president.
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    Policing Facebook Under a Biden AdministrationTalking to FTC Commissioner Rebecca Slaughter about keeping big tech honest.
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    Tech’s Crackdown on Extremists Isn’t a First Amendment IssueFar-right insurrectionists have tried to hide behind the Constitution. So have companies like Twitter.
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    Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway’s Big 2021 PredictionsThe tech, business, and media trends that will define the year ahead.
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    Where Does Lyft Go After Its Huge Win in California?After the passage of Prop 22, Lyft president John Zimmer discusses the future of ride-share with Pivot co-hosts Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway.
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    Why Aren’t Facebook’s Emergency Measures in Place All the Time?“I think it’s backed itself in a corner where it has to censor now, or if it doesn’t, there is damage,” says Pivot co-host Kara Swisher.
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    China Is Now the Amazon of GeopoliticsKara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss how the patient zero of the pandemic has emerged in a stronger economic position than ever.
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    Will Tech’s Big Four Be Smart Enough to Help Break Themselves Up?Pivot’s Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss what’s next for tech’s largest firms after a House Judiciary report called for their dismantlement.
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    Is Sustainable Fashion More Than Just a Trend?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss what it would take for an environmentally unfriendly industry to truly change course.
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    Google’s CEO Doesn’t Buy That Tech Giants Are Stifling CompetitionSundar Pichai told Scott Galloway and Kara Swisher that plenty of smaller players are thriving too.
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    Is Uber ‘Ground Zero for Income Inequality?’Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk to CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
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    Is the Innovation Economy Over?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss whether the “best product wins” model is broken.
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