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Scott Galloway

  1. just asking questions
    Harvard Has Too Much Money to Have So Few StudentsScott Galloway on gargantuan endowments and why elite universities’ obsession with exclusivity and prestige is unethical.
  2. pivot
    Facebook May Be Mendacious, But It’s Not StupidA company name change could serve Mark Zuckerberg’s interests well.
  3. just asking questions
    Ozy and Embracing the ‘Fake It Till You Make It’ PhilosophyScott Galloway on the rise of the storyteller CEO and the risk of vision becoming fiction.
  4. pivot
    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.
  6. pivot
    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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    Why the CEO-Worker Pay Gap Is Wider Than EverA clubby corporate atmosphere is a major contributing cause.
  8. pivot
    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.
  9. pivot
    Why Subscriptions May Be the Wave of the FutureIn an increasingly privacy-focused world, paying a premium may look more attractive.
  10. pivot
    The SPAC OvercorrectionA recently hot Wall Street trend is now suddenly out of fashion. But it still has its uses.
  11. elon musk
    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.
  16. pivot
    Why Facebook Is the Most Vulnerable of the Tech GiantsIt’s sitting pretty right now, but faces structural problems its rivals don’t.
  17. pivot
    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.
  21. pivot
    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.
  22. pivot
    Why Is GameStop’s Stock Price Soaring Again?A frenzy driven by people who revel in market volatility.
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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.
  25. pivot
    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.
  26. pivot
    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.
  29. just asking questions
    Scott Galloway on the Antitrust Case Against GoogleThe case is sure to take years, but the ramifications for Silicon Valley — and the country in general — may be huge.
  30. pivot
    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.
  32. pivot podcast
    ‘It Feels to Me Like We’ve Been Played’Kara Swisher, Scott Galloway, and Alex Stamos dissect what looks to be a sweetheart deal between Oracle and TikTok.
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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.
  34. pivot schooled live
    ‘The World’s Most Expensive Streaming Service’Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss the state of higher education in 2020.
  35. pivot schooled live
    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.
  36. pivot schooled live
    Is Uber ‘Ground Zero for Income Inequality?’Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk to CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
  37. pivot schooled live
    Is the Innovation Economy Over?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss whether the “best product wins” model is broken.
  38. pivot
    Are the Security Fears About TikTok Misplaced?On the first episode of Pivot Schooled Live, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk to the general manager of tech’s hottest company.
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    How the Lincoln Project Gets Into Trump’s HeadKara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk to Rick Wilson, GOP consultant turned Trump foil.
  40. pivot
    Why Peacock Faces an Uphill BattleKara Swisher and Scott Galloway on the challenges facing the latest entrant into the streaming wars.
  41. pivot
    Facebook Still Doesn’t Get ItA lead organizer of the ad boycott targeting the company discusses why its response has been so discouraging.
  42. pivot
    Can the Trump Administration Really Ban TikTok?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway parse over the administration’s potential ban of the wildly popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app.
  43. pivot
    Why Big Tech’s Congressional Testimony Will Be a BustScott Galloway and Kara Swisher discuss why they’re pessimistic about this month’s grilling of Zuckerberg, Bezos, Cook, and Pichai.
  44. the economy
    ‘A Hate Crime Against Future Generations’Scott Galloway thinks the coronavirus bailout packages are little more than another wealth transfer to the rich.
  45. pivot
    Will the Facebook Ad Boycott Actually Change Anything?Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss whether mounting pressure on the social-media behemoth is a major threat or a minor nuisance.
  46. pivot
    Award-winning Pivot Podcast Launches Virtual-Event Series SchooledEach event in the five-part series, hosted by Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway, will zero in on one way the pandemic is accelerating industry trends.
  47. pivot
    The Pipeline Isn’t the ProblemKara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk with nonprofit CEO John Rice, who thinks tech companies need to focus more on fighting “third-degree racism.”
  48. pivot
    Suze Orman on What You Should Be Doing With Your Money Right NowThe host and author joins Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway to discuss America’s looming personal-finance crisis.
  49. pivot
    Amazon Finally Sees the Problem With Facial RecognitionKara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss big tech’s recent turn away from facial recognition and the racial-bias problems with the technology.
  50. pivot
    The Sorry State of Diversity on Tech BoardsKara Swisher and Scott Galloway discuss Alexis Ohanian’s resignation from Reddit’s board and the lack of diversity on Silicon Valley boards.
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