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Re/code Takes Over the Airwaves: Hillary, Apple and Wearables in Pro Sports

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Jason Del Rey has been a business journalist for 15 years and has covered Amazon, Walmart, and the e-commerce industry for the last decade. He was a senior correspondent at Vox.

You know our writing. Now see our faces and hear our voices! Here are the Re/code team’s radio and TV appearances of the week.

Two weeks after her sitdown with President Obama, co-Executive Editor Kara Swisher interviewed someone who could be the next president: Hillary Rodham Clinton. Here’s the full interview, which covers topics from the NSA to gender discrimination.

Re/code Managing Editor Ed Lee took to CNBC on Monday morning to discuss why hedge funds have been gobbling up Apple stock.

Re/code’s managing editor for reviews, Lauren Goode, dished on Science Friday about apps that coach you on the meals you should and shouldn’t be eating.

Another colleague, Liz Gannes, appeared on San Francisco’s KQED to give her take on the high-profile discrimination trial involving Reddit’s CEO Ellen Pao and her former employer, the famed venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers.

Last but not least, Kurt Wagner appeared on NPR’s Here & Now to discuss his series of articles and videos about the rise of wearable technologies being used by professional athletes looking for an edge.

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