Latest articles Tuesday September 1, 2015

  1. Lyft's ineffectual new billboard wants you to know: Lyft is exactly like Uber

    Uber is finally facing serious competition in China. Here is San Francisco -- not so much.

    By Paul Carr

    From the Facepalm desk

  2. Today on Twitter: The US Ambassador and the fascists

    I’m writing my Surveillance Valley book, but I just can’t help but peer from time to time at the giant catastrophe taking place in my ancestral homeland of Ukraine.

    By Yasha Levine

    From the War desk

  3. A Journey Through Oligarch Valley, Pt II: Tejon Ranch (Exit 215) 

    Tejon Ranch shows how a small clique of lowkey aristocratic families continue to plunder California, all because one of their ancestors got here earlier than anyone else.

  1. Ken Lerer: It’s a ludicrous situation... the country has been bullied by the NRA for so many years

    The BuzzFeed chairman tells Pando that Republicans and Democrats are putting their own selfish views above what many of them believe in their hearts.

    By Sarah Lacy

    From the Guns desk

  2. Awkward! The idea of "corporate personhood" relies on the same Amendment that gives birthright citizenship

    Also, how the founder of Stanford also gave us the idea of corporate personhood.

    By Mark Ames

    From the History desk

  3. The truth about Uber in China

    Uber dominates in the US but in China it's building a hugely expensive house of cards.

    By Sarah Lacy

    From the Travis Shrugged desk

  4. Sec. of Defense to Silicon Valley: “There is no limit to what we can achieve together"

    The Department of Defense wants to “rebuild the bridges between the Pentagon and Silicon Valley.”

    By Dan Raile

    From the War desk

  5. Trump, China and the DOD: Listen again to Friday's episode of PandoLIVE

    In this week's episode of PandoLIVE, we discussed Donald Trump, Uber China and were joined live by Dan Raile from Moffett Field to talk about the DOD's new attempts to make nice with Silicon Valley.

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