Pivot

Every Tuesday and Friday, Recode’s Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. They make bold predictions, pick winners and losers, and bicker and banter like no one else. After all, with great power comes great scrutiny. Produced by Recode and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

https://www.vox.com/pivot-with-kara-swisher-and-scott-galloway

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episode 81: Amazon pays taxes (and wins the battles for JEDI), SoftBank gains on Sprint and what ClassPass tells us about the fitness economy


Kara and Scott talk about what it means for Amazon to be paying (minimal) taxes, as Jeff Bezos is "going Hollywood", and the company battles with the government over JEDI.


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episode 80: The Oscar’s rebrand, Uber’s ‘yoga babble’ earnings call, and Friend of Pivot Andrew Ross Sorkin calls Instagram the 'Super App'


Kara and Scott talk about The Oscar's and how the award is being rebranded. They discuss Uber's most recent earnings call and whether or not they'll actually be profitable next year.


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episode 79: Tech meltdown in Iowa, Sheryl Sandberg’s engagement (Kara and Scott debate), One Medical and US healthcare disruption and a Tesla prediction


Kara and Scott talk about technical difficulties at the Iowa caucuses. They disagree about whether Sheryl Sandberg's engagement announcement was a PR stunt or a personal moment.


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episode 78: IBM leadership shuffle, Amazon earnings, plus "Friend of Pivot” Jon Lovett pops in from Iowa to talk Trump’s inevitable ad operation


Kara and Scott talk about IBM's new CEO as the company struggles to keep up with cloud computing. They also discuss Zuckerberg's "new approach to social media", and breakdown Amazon's major earnings.


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episode 77: US budget deficit will hit $1-trillion; AAPL, MSFT, GOOGL, AMZN, FB earnings breakdown; and Britain sides with China on Huawei


Kara and Scott talk about the Congressional Budget Office projecting that the U.S. budget deficit will pass the $1 trillion threshold in 2020.


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episode 76: Kara’s back in action; a listener question on WeWork’s impact on co-working companies, and a pop culture quiz


Kara and Scott talk about the spread of coronavirus and how it is affecting China. They discuss how the story of Kobe Bryant's tragic death played out on Twitter. Also, YouTube is now having their moderators sign a release acknowledging they could get PTSD from doing the work... Kara has thoughts. In listener mail, we get a question about players in the co-working space and how they are strategizing after the fall of weWork...


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episode 75: Bezos vs. the world, retail in India and Scott’s earnings predictions


Scott co-hosts with Erica Anderson (Pivot's indomitable Executive Producer!) and they talk about the Saudi's hacking Jeff Bezos' phone.


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episode 73: Trillion dollar companies and tax season; how the “Black List” shapes Hollywood’s big business… and is podcasting coming for radio dollars?


Kara talk about Google becoming the world's fourth trillion-dollar company ... and who is actually paying taxes on all of it?


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episode 73: Gloves off over privacy, from Apple to Microsoft to Grindr. PLUS Scott's big 2020 bets.


Kara and Scott argue about whether the government should have the right to hack into phones of suspected criminals.


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episode 72: Will Casper go public? How will Softbank’s latest fail affect Asia? And how will Sundar Pichai move Google forward?


Kara and Scott talk about Casper's S-1 and how it compares to other internet retail companies like Away and Warby Parker.


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