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Decoder is a new show from The Verge about big ideas – and other problems. Verge Editor-in-Chief Nilay Patel talks to a diverse cast of innovators and policy makers at the frontiers of business and technology to reveal how they’re navigating an ever-changing landscape, what keeps them up at night, and what it all means for our shared future. Subscribe here!

Microsoft CTO Kevin Scott thinks Sydney might make a comeback

Microsoft is putting AI Copilots in everything. Will it change the way we use computers?

Exclusive: Google’s Sundar Pichai talks Search, AI, and dancing with Microsoft

AI is one of the deepest platform shifts ever, says Google’s CEO, and he’s not worried about being first.

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky is taking it back to basics

Airbnb is revamping its Rooms feature while eyeing AI and betting on work from anywhere.

What’s after the social media era in news?

Former BuzzFeed News editor-in-chief Ben Smith on what’s next — and his new book, Traffic.

BrightDrop isn’t just selling electric vans — it’s redesigning delivery

CEO Travis Katz is running a sustainable delivery startup from within a century-old car company.

Can Mastodon seize the moment from Twitter?

CEO Eugen Rochko on running — and growing — a decentralized social network.

How to play the long game, with New York Times CEO Meredith Kopit Levien

Can Wordle, The Athletic, and NYT Cooking bring the Times bundle to all of America?

Taylor Swift vs. Ronald Reagan: the Ticketmaster story

How a president’s ghost kept fans from getting Taylor Swift tickets.

‘The Goliath is Amazon’: after 100 years, Barnes & Noble wants to go back to its indie roots

CEO James Daunt explains how Barnes & Noble is different than Amazon.

Can Xerox reinvent itself for another 100 years?

CEO Steve Bandrowczak thinks the office printer is where the workplace revolution begins.

Mozilla thinks Mastodon could be the next HTTP.

Here’s Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker on Decoder, talking about how she wants Mozilla to experiment with Mastodon as the next great consumer internet protocol.

Podcasting? Radio? It’s all one big opportunity for iHeartMedia Digital CEO Conal Byrne

Amid layoffs and a looming recession, folks are concerned about the audio industry. iHeart’s podcast head Conal Byrne is not worried. Here’s why.

Erase browser history: can AI reset the browser battle?

Mozilla chair Mitchell Baker on competing — and cooperating — with Google, Apple, and the rest of Big Tech.

Microsoft thinks AI can beat Google at search — CEO Satya Nadella explains why

AI is coming for your browser, your social media, and your operating system, too.

How HBO’s creatives survived corporate chaos

Authors Felix Gillette and John Koblin explain how your favorite shows kept HBO afloat.

The mystery of Biden’s deadlocked FCC

How often do the parent companies of Fox News and MSNBC team up?

The people who make your apps go to Stack Overflow for answers. Here’s how it works.

Stack Overflow is basically Reddit for developers. CEO Prashanth Chandrasekar explains how the company moderates its content.