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Inside the conflict at Walmart that’s threatening its high-stakes race with Amazon

Walmart bought Jet.com to compete with Amazon, but Jet founder Marc Lore is feeling the heat as e-commerce losses surpass $1 billion.

“We’re not ready” for foreign election interference in 2020, says Rep. Adam Schiff

Why 2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang doesn’t want to break up Google

Trump’s threat to investigate Google isn’t based on evidence. It’s based on Fox News.

A plan to fix inequality would target CEOs who make 100 times more than their employees

Where the US government is using facial recognition technology to surveil Americans

Presidential candidate Michael Bennet is way behind in the polls. But he believes he can win the nomination — and beat Trump.

Netflix thought it would have 5 million new subscribers this quarter. Instead it added 2.7 million.

Big Tech told Congress it has plenty of competitors. It’s crushing them all.

San Francisco pulls the controversial “IPO tax” because it wasn’t simply an IPO tax

Donors love a winner — which is why Silicon Valley is chucking money only at the top 2020 candidates

Password sharing could be a good thing for Netflix and Hulu

Amazon Prime Day could usher in a new wave of fear-based social media usage

Amazon workers are celebrating Prime Day with a protest

Mayor Pete Buttigieg talks about systemic racism, regulating tech, and the divided Democratic Party on Recode Decode

Facebook is being fined $5 billion for privacy violations, and Wall Street thinks that’s great news

US mobile speeds are super slow. Here’s what we can do about it.

Conservatives pretending to be suppressed by social media dominated social media

Pete Buttigieg says Americans should have the right to hide personal details from the internet

Postmates has explored a sale to Uber or DoorDash instead of going public

The bogus White House social media summit is basically a big troll

Hackers can hijack your Mac webcam with Zoom. Here’s how to prevent it.

Taffy Brodesser-Akner’s first novel is about divorce in the age of Tinder

Microsoft might crush Slack like Facebook crushed Snapchat

Racist Border Patrol groups show Facebook still has work to do on hate speech

Journalist Carole Cadwalladr has a question for tech workers: Are you okay with your bosses enabling “techno-fascism”?

Why you have to keep logging in to read news on your phone

Bernie Sanders is winning the internet. Will it win him the White House?

Amazon’s former HQ2 location is doing just fine without Amazon

How a lawsuit could reveal secrets about Silicon Valley’s favorite philanthropic loophole

Secret meetings between Uber and labor unions are causing an uproar

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon: the Code Conference interview (transcript)

Rockefeller Foundation president Raj Shah: the Code Conference interview (transcript)

Here’s why Google workers plan to protest their employer at Pride Parade this weekend

Can Joe Biden pull off a Barack Obama with Silicon Valley’s wealthiest donors?

Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian: the Code Conference interview (transcript)

Jony Ive, a design legend who helped create the iPhone, is leaving Apple

Some Uber and Lyft drivers say they were misled into petitioning against their own worker rights

Twitter won’t censor Trump’s rule-breaking tweets, but it will make them harder to find