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Tim Cook’s advice to his younger self: ‘The joy is in the journey’

"Our purpose is to serve humanity."

Tim Cook explains why ‘it’s not true’ that the iPhone ‘isn’t built in the United States’

Assembled in China. But key parts and equipment are American.

More than 80 percent of women in tech say they feel pressure to return early from parental leave

Nearly a third worry about losing their jobs, according to a new report from Indeed.

WeWork’s massive growth has made it the second-biggest private office tenant in Manhattan

It started out with a single SoHo building in 2010.

Roughly one in four Americans is online ‘constantly’

We’re still obsessed with the internet.

Full transcript: Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes on Recode Decode

His new book advocates for providing "guaranteed income."

Many in Silicon Valley support Universal Basic Income. Now the California Democratic Party does, too.

It’s a sign that the idea is moving from fringe to mainstream.

WeWork is acquiring digital marketing startup Conductor

It’s another move by WeWork to diversify its business model outside renting office space.

Amazon plans to open as many as six more cashierless Amazon Go stores this year

New futuristic convenience stores could appear in Seattle and Los Angeles.

Even female Uber drivers get paid less

Male Uber drivers make 7 percent more per hour than women.

Netflix parents get a paid year off and Amazon pays for spouses’ parental leave

What major tech companies offer new parents.

Tech companies have an obligation to join the fight against poverty, says Tipping Point CEO Daniel Lurie

The homeless situation in major U.S. cities is unacceptable, he says — and it is

AI still has a long way to go before it can completely replace humans, says Clara Labs’ CEO Maran Nelson

Social relationships, she adds, will remain human

People ‘have to learn’ to keep up with the tech economy, says Coursera CEO Jeff Maggioncalda

School’s never out for summer.

People are scared of tech because we’re telling them to be scared, says Stripe CEO Patrick Collison

Collison said that despite media hype around automation’s potential to replace jobs, data shows that opportunities are on the rise for Americans.

Watch the full interview: Kara Swisher and MSNBC interview Google CEO Sundar Pichai and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki

Skip that Grammy party.

WeWork is pitching itself to politicians as not part of the problem

Can WeWork do what Airbnb and Uber couldn’t? It should be easier.

What new mothers have to say about returning to their jobs in tech

Recode readers responded to our survey in their own words.

Amazon Go, a high-tech version of a 7-Eleven, will finally open on Monday — with no checkout lines and no cashiers

Amazon Go allows customers to grab items and just walk out without stopping to pay.

Google’s CEO has no problem releasing employees from nondisclosure agreements so women can speak out

Some companies use NDAs to keep former employees from going public with their negative experiences.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says AI is more profound than electricity and fire

How dangerous is fire or AI?

Digital technology must empower workers, not alienate them

Coding alone will not prepare workers for our tech-filled future.

The coolest thing I saw at CES: Forpheus, the Ping-Pong-playing robot

Look out, Forrest Gump, here comes Forpheus.

The top U.S. tech companies founded by immigrants are now worth nearly $4 trillion

That’s up from $3 trillion earlier this year.

We have a new TV series with MSNBC about tech, jobs and the future

First up to be interviewed: Google’s Sundar Pichai and YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki.

Nearly three out of four women in computer-related jobs report discrimination in the workplace

For the men, it’s closer to three in 20.

Watch Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s CES keynote

Think he will bring up the fact that he sold shares after security flaws were found in Intel’s chips?

Tech moms: Recode wants to hear from you

What’s it like to be a new mom working in tech?

Full transcript: Seismic founder and CEO Rich Mahoney answers robot questions on Too Embarrassed to Ask

Modern robotics haven’t caught up with science fiction robots ... yet.

Walmart is developing a personal-shopper service for rich moms — and a store with no cashiers

This ain’t your grandpa’s Walmart.

Slack is changing how people work — and it isn’t slowing down

Stewart Butterfield and April Underwood are No. 36 on the Recode 100.

Forget Facebook, Amazon or Google. Up-and-coming top tech talent is opting for startups.

A flight to the top at the world’s most established technology companies is no longer the most sought-after route to success.