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These twin sisters graduated Stanford and went straight to Silicon Valley’s hottest startup incubator. Now, they’ve raised $2.5 million to...
Kerry and Anna Wang went through Y Combinator after graduating Stanford to launch Searchlight. Here's how it changes the hiring process.
A programmer explains why he’s willing to quit rather than work with industry legend Richard Stallman, who resigned from MIT after controversial...
After controversial Epstein scandal comments, Stallman faces more fallout: He resigned from MIT and others are refusing to work with him, one told us.
How one of the few queer black women in venture capital clears her mind to overcome bias and get things done
We named Hamilton one of our 100 People Transforming Business for shaking up the VC world by investing only in underrepresented founders.
React, a popular open source project that started at Facebook, is adopting a new code of conduct after several people on Twitter called out racism in ...
Women who called out white supremacy in the React community were harassed on Twitter. React leaders also temporarily deactivated their accounts.
The Grace Hopper Celebration, the world’s largest conference for women in tech, has dropped Palantir as a sponsor over its work with ICE
Earlier on Wednesday, a Change.org petition was published asking AnitaB.org to drop Palantir as a sponsor of the Grace Hopper Celebration.
WeWork gave out 58 stock awards worth at least $1 million each in February, and 94% of them went to men, according to a lawsuit
The compensation executive who put together the study said it was ignored and she was later put on leave, according to a report in The Information.
This IBM manager moved from Brazil, learned to code, and now leads a worldwide organization to teach women how to be data scientists
Gabriela de Queiroz, senior engineering and data science manager at IBM, shares how she founded the R-Ladies meetup to teach women data science.
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.
Some people inside Microsoft are openly proclaiming that women’s thoughts aren’t as suited to engineering as men’s
This debate has already reached the top of the company, even as Microsoft has been successfully defending itself against a lawsuit by a group of women.
A group of women trying to change the sexist culture of open source software have been harassed online
Online harassment and a lack of inclusion are issues in the open source space, and the board elections for the Open Source Initiative showcase this.