Category: Business / Tech Culture

September 25, 2020

The Business of the Internet Is Stuck in Trump’s Swamp

Plus: Silicon Valley’s reaction to Snowden, journalists’ relationships with their subjects, and an unpleasant surprise for hikers.


by Steven Levy in Business
September 24, 2020

WIRED25 Day 2: How to Build a More Resilient World

Guests like Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar, hacker Matt Mitchell, and journalist Maria Ressa talk about shifting power dynamics—and changing who’s in control.


by Graham Hacia in Business
September 18, 2020

Apple One Could Be a Bundle of Problems

Plus: U2’s iPod partnership, the public sector’s need for tech minds, and unwelcome hurricane visitors.


by Steven Levy in Business
September 16, 2020

WIRED 25: Netflix’s Reed Hastings on Broadening Your Horizons

At the virtual event honoring our annual list of innovators and icons, he talked about why TV and movies will someday “be small.”


by Graham Hacia in Business
September 11, 2020

The Apocalypse Doesn’t Need an Instagram Filter

Plus: Kevin Systrom’s app inspiration, the characteristics of successful CEOs, and Colorado’s disconcerting forecast.


by Steven Levy in Business
September 11, 2020

How to Watch WIRED25

Tune in starting Wednesday, September 16, for conversations with Reed Hastings, Brie Larson, and more.


by Wired Staff in Business
September 9, 2020

Meet This Year’s WIRED25: People Who Are Making Things Better

The scientists, technologists, artists, and chefs who are standing between us and species collapse.


by Graham Hacia in Backchannel
September 9, 2020

Join Us for This Year’s Virtual WIRED25 Celebration

It’s free, and it’s the only event where you’ll find Brie Larson, Nia DaCosta, Anthony Fauci, Ghetto Gastro, Sarah Friar, and more all on one lineup.


by Wired Staff in Business
September 4, 2020

Qualcomm’s Founder On Why the US Doesn’t Have Its Own Huawei

Plus: Wireless at the turn of the century, a highly anticipated question, and a surprise in the stratosphere.


by Steven Levy in Business
August 29, 2020

California Lawmakers Push for More Diversity in the Boardroom

If it succeeds, AB979 would require Facebook, Netflix, Nvidia, Salesforce, and others to add directors of color.


by Sidney Fussell in Business