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Full Q&A: Y Combinator’s Sam Altman and Recode’s Kara Swisher discuss tech ethics, addiction and Facebook

Should Mark Zuckerberg fire himself? And other tough questions.

Axios’ Jonathan Swan explains what the press gets wrong about the Trump administration

People in Trump’s West Wing are not always "running around with their hair on fire," Swan says in this conversation with the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman.

Recode has published 240 podcasts in 2018. Here are the 10 you really shouldn’t miss.

That’s a lotta podcast!

Full Q&A: NBC journalists Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell and Hallie Jackson on Recode Decode

They talk about social media’s impact on democracy, how the media has changed under President Trump and who’s running in 2020.

Why Amazon is a ‘bully’ and Facebook and Google are ‘the enemies of independent thought’

The Atlantic’s Franklin Foer, author of "World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech," critiques the tech giants on the latest Recode Decode.

Full Q&A: Casey Newton and Louie Swisher on the 300th episode of Recode Decode

They talk with Recode’s Kara Swisher about social media, video games and how we’ll use tech differently in 2019.

How to make a big company more innovative

Former GE and NBCUniversal executive Beth Comstock talks about her new book "Imagine It Forward" with Recode’s Kara Swisher.

Microsoft is more valuable than Apple again. Why?

NYU’s Scott Galloway makes the case for Satya Nadella as "CEO of the year" on the latest episode of Pivot.

Full Q&A: ‘Rule Makers, Rule Breakers’ author Michele Gelfand on Recode Decode

Gelfand studies why some cultures desire rules, why others avoid them and what gets the best results.

Memo from a ‘Facebook nation’ to Mark Zuckerberg: You moved fast and broke our country.

Maria Ressa, the journalist who co-founded Rappler in the Philippines, warns that her country is a "cautionary tale" for the United States.

Full Q&A: ‘Dear America’ author Jose Antonio Vargas on Recode Decode

When he was 16, Vargas found out that he is an undocumented immigrant — and after years of secrecy, he decided to "come out."

It’s time for Facebook’s board to step up

The spotlight has been on Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg. But Facebook’s board is MIA.

How Twitch CEO Emmett Shear thinks about tech addiction

To Shear, watching something for two hours is different from repeatedly opening an app over two hours.

Attend Recode Decode LIVE in Washington, D.C., with Kara Swisher and NBC News journalists Chuck Todd, Andrea Mitchell and Hallie Jackson

After 20,000 workers walked out, Google said it got the message. The workers disagree.

Recode’s Kara Swisher talks with six of the organizers of the Nov. 1 protests, who say the company’s response has been deeply inadequate.

Should the First Amendment apply to Facebook? It’s complicated.

The executive director of the Knight First Amendment Institute, Jameel Jaffer, unpacks the answer on the latest Recode Decode.

Facebook’s top execs ‘make tobacco executives look like Mister Rogers’

The company is under fire, again, this time for years of dirty tricks exposed by the New York Times.

Netflix will get ads, predicts The Trade Desk CEO Jeff Green

Reed Hastings wants to compete with YouTube overseas, and the only way it can do that is by offering a free-with-ads option, Green says on Recode Media.

Why nonprofits should think more like tech companies

"Social Startup Success" author Kathleen Kelly Janus explains on the latest episode of Recode Decode.

Is the Daily Beast the new Gawker?

The site’s new Editor in Chief Noah Shachtman wants to take "full, big, considered swings" at the targets who deserve it.

How a Democratic fundraiser taught everyone his Silicon Valley tricks

RevUp CEO Steve Spinner cracked the code on raising money for politicians online. And he says it’s not so different from raising money for a startup.

Former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates explains how Donald Trump is trying to corrupt the Justice Department

Yates talked with Recode’s Kara Swisher shortly before the midterms at the AllRaise Summit in San Francisco.

Amazon’s HQ2 was a con, not a contest

On the latest episode of Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about Amazon’s two new "headquarters," the toxic waste of social media and the mixed bag of the 2018 midterms.

John Skipper, ESPN’s former president, is back ... at a rival sports media company.

Skipper’s new goal is to make watching sports online a big business, starting in the U.S. with boxing.

American capitalism broke in the 1980s. Can it be fixed?

Washington Post columnist Steven Pearlstein talks about his new book, "Can American Capitalism Survive?" on Recode Decode.

Why the New York Times won’t sell itself to a billionaire

Publisher A.G. Sulzberger says he’s not interested in cutting a deal like the Washington Post did with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

Elon Musk: The Recode interview

In-depth and in-person, they discuss his crazy year of tweeting, journalist fights — and why Tesla won’t build an electric scooter and much more.

Elon Musk says he ‘probably’ wouldn’t take money from the Saudis now

But he says not all Saudis are the same.

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk endorses Trump’s ‘Space Force’ idea

Another Trump-like flair: Musk also criticizes "social justice warriors."

Elon Musk on his year of costly tweets, journalist fights — and how it changed him

"Some people use their hair to express themselves; I use Twitter."

Full Q&A: Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Recode Decode

Earlier this year, Musk was working 120-hour weeks to ramp up production of Tesla’s Model 3. Now he’s back to a "manageable" 80-90.

Elon Musk: The Recode interview

Musk talks about his "excruciating" 2018, fighting with journalists on Twitter, why Tesla won’t build an electric scooter and much more.