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The most famous Fortnite streamer said he won’t play with women, and it’s raising some serious questions about the cost of internet fame
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, the most famous Fortnite streamer in the world, said that he doesn't play with women because he wants to protect his marriage from online harassment on Twitch. His comments inspire some troubling questions about gaming culture and the price of internet fame.
Microsoft’s Peggy Johnson has a new plan to get a 60% better return on investment for her corporate VC fund
Microsoft deal maker Peggy Johnson explains that the contest is an effort "put her money where her mouth is" when it comes to encouraging more women in tech, and its good business, too.
Last year Christa Quarles publicly vowed to get her company to 50% parity of men and women and started with engineering. She's challenging every leader to stop with the excuses and do the same.
Playing video games for a living can be a pretty sweet gig, but it comes with its own challenges, especially for women streamers.
Melinda Gates says the early rise of ‘male-focused’ computer games is a big reason there are fewer female computer science graduates today...
Melinda Gates is focused on trying to help reverse this trend. She founded a for-profit organization called Pivotal Ventures that funds venture capitalists who invest in entrepreneurs who are women or minorities.
Melinda Gates has sharp words for the VC industry: Enough with your love for ‘the white guy in a hoodie’
Melinda Gates has a plan to end the not-enough-women-in-tech problem. She's pressuring the folks who fund venture capitalists by putting her own money in the game. And expects to make a killing.
A star Silicon Valley investor who sold her startup for $200 million reveals the jarring tactic she had to use to make men pay attention to her pitche...
Sequoia partner Jess Lee developed an effective strategy to shake her nerves while raising money from venture capitalists for her startup, Polyvore.
Rupa Shanmuga is th...
Recent data suggests that women make up less than 50% of leadership positions at companies like Facebook, Amazon, and Google.
Meet the women across the US who are sourcing noteworthy deals, founding female led firms, and cultivating interest in female founded startups.