Over the next two months, Recode will have a series of stories about the tech sector’s biggest names, the money they make and the deals they’ve struck.
The goal: to explore how they’re making money and how they could use the money to invest in their communities.
Each story will focus on a different business or technology company, and the goal is to give a broader view of the industry’s dynamics than any one story.
This series is in partnership with Recode and is produced by Kara Swisher.
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We’re going to do this on the ground, at conferences, in offices and on social media.
We want to see how these companies are investing in communities and in local startups.
In addition to our first story, we’re also going to focus on one company that is making a lot of noise in the tech world right now.
We’re also planning a series that will explore what the future holds for tech startups, and it’s a great story to tell.
We’ve done that for more than 40 years, and we want to continue to do it with this collaboration.””
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We’ve done that for more than 40 years, and we want to continue to do it with this collaboration.”
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