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It’s getting harder for people to believe that Facebook is a net good for society

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Epic’s win over Apple is actually an Apple victory

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Walgreens’ sloppy Covid-19 testing registration exposed patient data

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From its beginnings as a niche personal computer company, Apple became the preeminent maker of consumer tech products, a cultural trendsetter, and the most valuable company in the world. And along the way, it changed the way we live.

Hosted by Recode’s Peter Kafka. New episodes come out on Wednesdays starting September 22nd.

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More Americans are taking jobs without employer benefits like health care or paid vacation

Service workers now have another thankless job: Checking vaccine statuses

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Bias, disrespect, and demotions: Black employees say Amazon has a race problem

Interviews with diversity managers and internal data obtained by Recode indicate that Black Amazon employees are promoted less frequently and are rated more harshly than non-Black peers.

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What comes after Zoom fatigue

It looks like we’re stuck with video chat. Is that such a bad thing?

The new digital driver’s licenses from Apple sound slightly creepy

Welcome to the bigger, bolder, and maybe overcrowded MCU

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The real cost of Amazon

"It’s like I’m risking my life for a dollar" — what the struggle Amazon workers face during the pandemic says about the future of work in America.

Amazon’s favorite electric vehicle company is going public at a very tricky time

Apple has changed its App Store rules, and Apple’s critics aren’t satisfied

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American motherhood vs. the American work ethic

The SEC greenlights a plan to make company boards more diverse

“People do not trust that Facebook is a healthy ecosystem”

The chip shortage is getting worse

Streaming space tourism is the new reality TV

The Amazon union drive isn’t over yet

New York City issues vaccine mandate for indoor activities, confuses entire country

Citizen, the controversial safety app, is ready to profit from its fear-based platform

It’s hard to be a moral person. Technology is making it harder.

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Feds are seizing cryptocurrency from criminals. Now they have to figure out what to do with it.

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