Kevin discussed why the AI hiring frenzy has slowed and how Larry Ellison is more involved in Oracle's product development. Alfred talks about how Uber CEO was protected from a drop in its stock price.
Alex dives into Facebook's cryptocurrency plans and why they've ceded control to an outside foundation. Beejoli talks about Endeavor's IPO filing and why the company's internal structure is so complex.
Cory talks to VC and real estate policy expert Kim-Mai Cutler about tech and its influence on the Bay Area's real estate problems. Juro discusses Huawei's options as it faces harsh restrictions by the US government.
Ashley talks about Trump's social media bias survey and tech's tough week in DC. Aaron dives into Apple's relationship with Intel and Qualcomm over modems and the future of how it sources wireless components.
Zoë talks about the allegations of harassment against the CEO of Intercom and what the culture of partying means for women in the tech industry. Jessica Lessin discusses Uber's underwhelming IPO and the implications of a Facebook co-founder suggesting the company be broken up.
Jessica Toonkel talks about AT&T's struggles to turn its advertising unit, Xandr, into an advertising powerhouse capable of challenging the big digital companies. Kevin discusses Apple and how its scaled back its reliance on AWS.
Chris joins to talk about the latest release of our venture capital diversity index. Matt breaks down what user information Lyft employees and contractors can access. Cory talks about Airbnb's technical challenges ahead of its IPO.
Jessica Toonkel and Beejoli Shah join to discuss all the goings on in media, including Apple's upcoming TV release, the turmoil at WarnerMedia and the outcome of Disney's acquisition of 21st Century Fox's assets.
Jessica Toonkel talks about the huge day at WarnerMedia where two top executives left as the company finally integrates with AT&T. Kevin explains the reasons that companies have major cost overages with cloud providers.
Zoë and Reed talk about Mamoon Hamid, the venture capitalist tasked with turning around Kleiner Perkins. Martin explains the math Disney and other media companies have to do as they go into the streaming business.
Juro describes the rise of fall of Chinese bike rental company Ofo. Jessica speaks to IBM researcher Noam Slonim about the company's AI debate master in a preview of the IBM Think conference next week.
Priya speaks with Tom about his breakdown of Disney's streaming organization. Nick talks about how Microsoft's CEO is staying away from the squabbles between Apple Facebook and Google over data privacy.