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. From New York Magazine and the Vox Media Podcast Network.


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episode 126: The surprises at Big Tech's antitrust hearing, Snap's first diversity report, and a scary prediction for parents of college students

Kara and Scott talk about the winners and losers from Wednesday's antitrust hearing in Congress and answer listener questions about what the US government might do next; Scott predicts that colleges are about to send a very important letter to parents — after cashing their tuition checks.



episode 125: Facebook’s “cultural crisis,” Mark Cuban on the NBA’s rebound, and Kara gets replaced by AI

Kara and Scott chat about the delay of the tech antitrust hearing, the "unprecedented culture crisis" at Facebook, and the think-tank financed by Big Tech that is schmoozing foreign regulators. Plus, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is this week's Friend of Pivot!



episode 124: Previewing the Big Four's antitrust appearance, Twitter bans QAnon, and prediction on Tesla buying up companies

Kara and Scott look towards next week's historic antitrust hearings as the CEOs of Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon all head to Washington for the first time.



episode 123: Jack Ma bypasses NYSE, a Friend of Pivot on how the Lincoln Project is trolling Trump, and Netflix's earnings fail

Kara and Scott talk about billionaire Jack Ma taking his company Ant Group public in Hong Kong and Shanghai and what that means for the US stock market.



episode 122: NBC's streaming service launches without Roku or Amazon Fire TV, Apple wins a tax battle, and a prediction on Netflix earnings

Kara and Scott talk about the launch of NBC's new streaming service and why it isn't on major streaming devices.



episode 121: Google is the latest FAANG to invest in India, Facebook might ban political ads, and civil rights advocate Rashad Robinson on the ad boycott

Kara and Scott talk about Google's big investment in India; it's the latest big tech company to make big moves in the country this year.



episode 120: Facebook fails a civil rights audit, college campuses will be "mini-Wuhans", and can the Trump admin ban TikTok?

Kara and Scott talk about an audit released about Facebook's lack of civil rights practices, the groups that have pushed them on moderating their platform and Sheryl Sandberg's first public response.



episode 119: Uber buys Postmates, Taylor Lorenz talks Clubhouse, and Big Tech will testify in Congress — but Congress has already lost

Kara and Scott talk about Uber's acquisition of the food delivery company Postmates and what that means for the future of that market and the ride-hailing company.



episode 118: Facebook changes its speech policy, Amazon moves into driverless cars, and a Friend of Pivot on how suspension of visas will affect Silicon Valley

Kara and Scott talk about Facebook announcing it would change its policies around hate speech on the platform after mounting pressures from Civil Rights organizations and company ad boycotts.


 2020-06-30  1h6m

episode 117: Square withholds from its merchants; Twitch’s female streamers have had enough and a Listener Mail on contact tracing apps

Kara and Scott talk about how Square has been taking about 20% off of merchant transactions, as Jack Dorsey helms both Twitter and Square.


 2020-06-26  49m