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TechCrunch’s Top 10 investigative reports from 2019

TechCrunch’s Top 10 investigative reports from 2019 Facebook spying on teens, Twitter accounts hijacked by terrorists, and sexual abuse imagery found on Bing and Giphy were amongst the ugly truths revealed by TechCrunch’s investigating reporting in 2019. The tech industry needs more watchdogs than ever as its size enlargens the impact of […]

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Pinterest’s diversity report is missing some key data

Pinterest’s diversity report is missing some key data Pinterest today released its latest diversity report, showing slight gains in representation of underrepresented minorities while also hitting its three hiring goals. The company has long been recognized as an industry leader when it comes to promoting diversity and inclusion. It was one of […]

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Transforming #MeToo into the industry’s first investor clause

Transforming #MeToo into the industry’s first investor clause Elizabeth Gore Contributor Share on Twitter Elizabeth Gore is co-founder and president of Alice, a free multi-channel platform powered by AI technology that guides business owners by providing access to funding, networks and services. More posts by this contributor 3 industries being disrupted in […]

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TechCrunch Include yearly report

TechCrunch Include yearly report Welcome to the third annual TechCrunch Include Progress Report. Our editorial and events teams work hard throughout the year to ensure that we bring you the most dynamic and diverse group of speakers and judges to our event stages. And finally, at the tail end of 2019, we […]

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Uber agrees to pay $4.4 million to settle EEOC sexual harassment and retaliation charge

Uber agrees to pay .4 million to settle EEOC sexual harassment and retaliation charge Uber has agreed to pay a $4.4 million fine to settle a 2017 charge from the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission pertaining to sex discrimination and retaliation. The investigation found reasonable cause to believe that Uber “permitted a […]

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How 2020 can be a tipping point for women in STEM

How 2020 can be a tipping point for women in STEM Adriana Gascoigne Contributor Share on Twitter Adriana Gascoigne is founder and CEO of the global nonprofit Girls in Tech, which is dedicated to empowering, educating and mentoring women in the technology industry. As we welcome 2020 with ambitions set high for […]

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How to build a diverse board

How to build a diverse board Ann Shepherd Contributor Ann Shepherd is co-founder of social impact venture Him For Her. She serves on the board of fintech startup HoneyBook. Over a recent dinner with twenty C-suite executives, one founder-CEO recounted how he was preparing a slide for a company all-hands with headshots […]

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The inevitable takedown of the female CEO

The inevitable takedown of the female CEO Sara Mauskopf Contributor Share on Twitter Sara Mauskopf is the CEO and co-founder of Winnie, a marketplace for daycare and preschool helping over 4 million parents across the U.S. Prior to founding Winnie, Sara held product leadership roles at Postmates, Twitter, YouTube and Google. Four […]

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Raising VC in Silicon Valley as a female POC

Raising VC in Silicon Valley as a female POC Nathan Beckord Contributor Share on Twitter Nathan Beckord is CEO of Foundersuite.com, a software platform for raising capital and managing investors that has helped entrepreneurs raise over $2 billion since 2016. He is also the host of Foundersuite’s How I Raised It podcast. […]

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How Airbnb handles discrimination claims

How Airbnb handles discrimination claims When disability rights lawyer Haben Girma, who is blind and deaf, booked an apartment in London via Airbnb last month, she says the host cancelled her reservation after she disclosed that her guide dog would be joining her. Prior to the cancellation, Girma and the host, Kirk […]

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