There’s been a spotlight on the low numbers of women at Silicon Valley companies, but a new report shows the companies have fared better in some areas of gender diversity in Source
A new report by San Francisco-based startup Blendoor shows who is winning and who is losing when it comes to diversity in Silicon Valley. Source
Denise Young Smith has been at Apple since 1997 and was most recently vice president of HR worldwide. Source
A cover story in the April issue of the Atlantic titled "Why is Silicon Valley So Awful to Women" might resonate with other women who work elsewhere. Source
Google is taking recruiting from historically black colleges to a new level by opening a "Howard West" right at its headquarters in Mountain View. Source
Apple touts its commitment to diversity, but its shareholders don’t seem to care all that much about it. On Tuesday, Apple investors overwhelmingly rejected a proposal that would have urged the... Source
Because of the threats, Intel spent more than $2 million on CEO Brian Krzanich's security in 2016, a huge jump from the previous year. Source
Technology and political leaders gathered in Oakland this week to tout diversity in technology jobs, agreeing that it's very much a work in progress. Source
Danielle Brown has a big job ahead of her, as the incoming chief of diversity at a major multinational firm with a serious diversity problem....
Startup of the week: Who they are: Imperfect Produce What they do: This San Francisco-based startup takes the ugly, misshapen and oddly colored fruits and vegetables...