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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.
Amazon’s culture is reportedly so hard on working parents that some people don’t mention their kids or display family pictures
Amazon employees who are mothers are pushing the company to provide backup daycare to help them from being labeled "distracted."
This mother and daughter team with no computer-science background left $350,000-a-year-combined jobs to launch a startup and couldn’t be happier...
They learned to turn their differences into their strengths and capture a $1 million seed round from Steve Case.
This CEO used to help startups at Silicon Valley’s hottest mentorship program. Now, with a professional network for women, she’ll go throu...
Elpha, an online network for women in tech founded by an all-women team, launched as an independent company on Monday. It spun out of Y Combinator.
Meet Kathleen Wilson-Thompson, the HR executive that just joined Tesla’s board following its $20 million SEC settlement
Kathleen Wilson-Thompson, who spent her career at Kellogg's and Walgreens, joined Tesla's board along with Oracle chairman Larry Ellison.
IGNITION 2018: Learn from Cindy Robbins, who helped persuade Marc Benioff to fix the gender pay gap at Salesforce
At IGNITION 2018, hear more about what Salesforce, Cindy Robbins, and Marc Benioff have done to correct the $8.7 million wage gap and what the company's efforts mean for the rest of the tech industry.
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.
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.