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Reddit CEO defends allowing Trump ads ahead of presidential election

Reddit is gearing up to run ads for President Donald Trump ahead of the 2020 presidential election despite concerns from employees, TechCrunch has learned....

Operator Collective brings diversity and inclusion to enterprise investing

When Mallun Yen started Operator Collective last year, she wanted to build an investment firm for people who didn’t have a voice in Silicon...

Sponsors could be key to solving tech’s lack of gender diversity

Rebecca Henderson Contributor Rebecca Henderson is the CEO of Global Businesses and executive board member at Randstad. Women pioneered the field of computer technology. Yet, in 2020, the...

Facebook’s board is its most gender-balanced yet with two new additions

On Monday, Facebook announced the addition of two new names to its board of directors, Nancy Killefer and Tracey T. Travis. Killefer brings potentially valuable...

Female-founded startups landed more deals globally in 2019 than ever before

We all know the disruptive stories of female-founded startups like Glossier and ezCater. And we also know how those success stories belie the much...

Apple Stores to host over 5,000 female-focused sessions in March for International Women’s Day

Apple is celebrating International Women’s Day with a full month of events across its retail stores, App Store and other platforms, including Apple TV,...

The rise of the winged pink unicorn

Claire Diaz-Ortiz Contributor Claire Diaz-Ortiz is an angel investor and bestselling author of nine books that have been published in more than a dozen countries....

Goldman Sachs says it won’t take startups public without at least one ‘diverse’ director, but it could have gone further

Some of the biggest banks in the United States are among the most powerful institutions in the world. But like every incumbent, they still...
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