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A new report shows that while Asian Americans are well represented among the work force of five large tech firms, they remain underrepresented in leadership roles.
From Microsoft’s CEO to Tucker Carlson, critical mass is building for recognizing subtle forms of sexist behavior.
At the White House Science Fair, the POTUS announced $90M in new pledges for his STEM initiatives
Microsoft quietly released its diversity statistics last month—and the results not only reinforced CEO Satya Nadella’s comments about women in the workforce, but also show that Microsoft’s stats are right in line with every other tech company.
Hollywood has been trying to improve its diversity on-screen … but the folks leading things behind the scenes are a different story.
The company’s numbers are in line with those of its fellow tech giants. But what omission has the Rainbow PUSH Coalition calling Amazon “intentionally deceptive”?
Tim Cook becomes the first openly LGBT CEO of a Fortune 500 company. But how long will it be before his company gives more opportunities to underrepresented groups?
Imagine if NBA scouts had never looked at Michael Jordan. In this exclusive, Rev. Jesse Jackson says Silicon Valley executives are making a big mistake by not including the entire talent pool.
While most tech giants claim that their employees are almost all white, Asian or male because those are the applicants they get, new research stats proves that to be untrue.
This five-point plan would’ve helped Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recover from his spectacular blunder regarding women in the workplace.
Satya Nadella puts his foot in his mouth during a conference celebrating women in computing. Read his entire comments here.
In a letter accompanying the data, Tim Cook becomes the first Silicon Valley CEO to personally call for more improvement at his company.
The social-media giant releases its (lack of) ethnic and gender diversity data, while promising to “build a Twitter we can be proud of.”
Hundreds of new emjoi are coming to your smartphone, but despite petitions, the lack of diversity among them only grows.
Yahoo! reveals its employment diversity (or lack there of) demographics, and not surprisingly, they are almost identical to Google’s.
For the first time, tech giant Google discloses its EEO-1 report, which proves that the company is primarily made up of white male employees.
Is the lack of multicultural representation among the electronic smileys known as emojis an illustration of the limited amount of diversity within the tech industry?
A new study shows serious gaps in retaining and promoting women in science and high-tech positions.
Declining diversity at most top tech companies becomes a public fight after multiyear legal battles to keep their workforce diversity under wraps.
Google Play store pulls ‘Make Me Asian,’ ‘Make Me Indian’ off its virtual shelf for telling users to overlay slanted eyes, darken skin on photos then “laugh heartily.”