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Plaintiffs suing Microsoft claim the world's largest software company systematically denied pay raises or promotions to women.
The decision comes as Google faces an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor into sex bias in its pay practices.
Apple’s Head of Diversity Apologizes for Saying ‘12 White, Blue-Eyed Blond Men in a Room’ Are Diverse
Denise Young Smith said she gets frustrated when the term diversity is only "tagged to the people of color, or the women, or the LGBT.”
Directors at Uber plan to vote on board reforms and whether to pursue a major stock deal with SoftBank Group Corp.
The tech giant “systematically” discriminates against its female employees and also keeps them from opportunities for promotions, according to a lawsuit.
A spreadsheet created by Google workers points to the highly cited gender pay gap at the tech giant.
The lawsuit marks a rare instance of a Silicon Valley investor suing the central figure at one of its own start-ups.
Travis Kalanick wrote a memo to employees that included the “do’s and don’ts” of having sex with colleagues at company gatherings.
The proposal was voted down for the second year in a row.
Lack of diversity was always at the core of Uber’s problems.
A female former engineer at Uber said in a blog post that managers and human resources officers at the company had not punished her manager after she reported his unwanted sexual advances.
“The culture is the problem. And the solution, graduates, is you,” Reshma Saujani told Harvard graduates.
The excuse comes despite the company’s previous claim that it had already calculated this data — on a global scale.
More bad practices emerge from Uber, which owes its NYC drivers at least $45 million.
Uber has come under more pressure over the results of its sexual harassment review, particularly after the scandal at Fox News leading to the ouster of Bill O’Reilly.
The discrimination “is quite extreme,” even for a tech company, according to a report published last week.
Blacks make up nearly 9 percent and Hispanics account for less than 6 percent of Uber's total workforce, according to its first-ever diversity report.
Advertisers are finally saying no to Google’s lack of accountability for its content.
Company grapples with several sexual harassment/assault allegations, executive exits. Continues to refuse diversity data requests.
The company and CEO Travis Kalanick face controversy, again.
Jackson’s latest request comes at the same time Uber announces a former Hillary Clinton staffer, who is African American, will lead its diversity efforts.
Researchers found that ride-sourcing companies are not exempt from practicing racial discrimination.
"They want to do these things, but nobody is making the solid commitments."