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Law enforcement officials and criminologists credit a dual approach with helping extend the decades-long reduction in crime in New York City and reducing gun violence in Chicago by 20 percent in 2017.
The decision comes as Google faces an investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor into sex bias in its pay practices.
The national program recognizes companies who are building workplaces where women can thrive and are deeply committed to making change.
The tech giant has opposed a more diverse hiring strategy for senior management roles and its board of directors.
Car buyers 18- to 34-year-olds, in particular, are generally more tech savvy and less willing to compromise on the features they want.
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.
AT&T's Allison Roberts, president of the Women of Technology employee network, shares why it's important to attract and retain women in technology.
Social media and mobile device use are game-changers raising influence and visibility, Nielsen reports
The Climate Corporation to Create Industry’s First In-Field Sensor Network for Digital Ag Technology Development
The development of the industry’s first in-field sensor network is an unprecedented advancement in digital agriculture.
Kaiser Permanente’s Wendy Lee Named Among the Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Technology by National Diversity Council
OAKLAND, Calif. – This month, Kaiser Permanente Senior Vice President Wendy Lee was honored as one of the top 50 most powerful women in technology by the National Diversity Council. The award recognizes prominent leaders in the industry who have reached the top of their profession by driving innovation and inspiring others to succeed while contributing to business …
“Douglass, I think, would have championed the use of cell-phone photography as a tool for social reform,” Harvard Professor John Stauffer told DiversityInc.
KeyCorp’s Amy Brady shares five tips to help you recruit the best and the brightest women in technology.
Implementing a few key initiatives and programs can make a world of difference for mid-career women who are ready to step into management roles.
A California mother finds a "racist" figurine of a former slave when assembling toy set.
CEO of video game developing company says controversial game is a teaching tool.
Despite growth in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) field, gender and racial gaps remain.
New studies are showing that what millennials want in a job comes as a surprise to some employers.
Spelman College is hosting its 11th Annual Leadership and Women of Color Conference featuring female leaders in technology and digital industries.
A recent study found that Latinos utilize digital devices at high rates, but lack of Internet access makes television the dominant media to access educational content for children.
A Pennsylvania newspaper sends out a statement apologizing for publishing a cartoon about slavery. What did the cartoon compare the slave trade to?
The College Board reveals that only a small percentage of women, Blacks and Latinos took the AP Computer Science exam in 2013.
The Emory University President is under fire for citing the 3/5 of a person slavery compromise in the U.S. Constitution as “working toward the highest aspiration.” He followed this up with a “to those hurt by ” apology.
A survey finds that traditional instructional methods—plus a lack of educational preparation and few role models—discourage women, Blacks, Latinos and American Indians from graduating with degrees in science, technology, engineering and math.