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Google employees are circulating a memo written by a former Googler who says they encountered racism and ‘never stopped feeling the burden of be...
The former employee also laid out three steps they think Google should take to improve its diversity and inclusion efforts.
Satya Nadella has made progress changing the culture at Microsoft. But the reality is still not quite as pretty as he says.
Over 100 Riot Games employees walked out protesting the company’s policy on forced arbitration after a scathing news report and a lawsuit
This follows months of turmoil at the video game studio over allegations of sexism and misconduct.
She helped one company define a new market. Now, former MetricStream CEO Shellye Archambeau is joining $7.4 billion Okta to do it again
Identity management company Okta welcomed former MetricStream CEO Shellye Archambeau to its board of directors on Thursday.
This tech investment firm published startup diversity stats for the first time and it shames venture capital’s ‘collective blind spot̵...
Early stage investor Forward Partners is doing better than the average venture capitalist when it comes to investing in female founded startups. The firm has released diversity statistics on its portfolio company for the first time.
Tech’s diversity problem is even bigger than we realized — here’s why that’s so bad for the next generation of startups
The value and number of shares held by women in tech startups is a small fraction of those held by their male peers. That disparity has big implications for what companies will be founded in the future.
Apple reiterated its commitment to diversity — but it made little progress in the last year and is still predominantly white and male
Apple latest diversity report shows that among its leadership team, its tech workers, and overall, it's made little progress
The tech industry continues to have a problem with ageism, a survey from job hiring website Indeed indicates. But workers say the situation is improving.
HP has announced a series of new initiatives to increase the pipeline of talent from groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in the industry.
This successful engineer says things are getting better for women in tech — and she’s the living proof
Merline Saintil, a powerful engineer exec at Intuit, says diversity initiatives are working.