When Inc. magazine’s Jeff Bercovici reported last August that billionaire Trump-supporter Peter Thiel had repeatedly expressed interest in the idea of harvesting the blood of young people to maintain his own youth, it left an indelible mark on Thiel’s public persona, as captured by headlines like “Peter Thiel Wants to…
A prime job opens up, and the person who's discussed as an excellent choice happens to be on maternity leave for the next four months. She gets passed over. Is that legal? Well, it just happened at AOL and Techcrunch.
At first, you could get excited about a graphic representation of influential women in tech. And then you read the text.
Can we have a conversation about change and diversity that doesn't devolve into defensiveness and namecalling by the people in charge? We'll tell you when it happens. The latest example concerns women in tech. But there's a silver lining.
"Air has no prejudice, it does not carry the opinions of a man faster than those of a woman." Huh? Welcome to Verizon's rebranding campaign.