Former Oracle employees sue company for alleged pay discrimination

Three female, former Oracle employees, Rong Jewett, Sophy Wang and Xian Murray, are suing Oracle for allegedly paying women less than men in similar jobs....

Interviewing.io hopes to close the engineer diversity gap with anonymous interviews

Take out your name, resume and any other identifying information then hop on the internet and show your skills to a recruiting manager. That’s the...

Jopwell raises $7.5 million to further its mission to diversify companies

Jopwell, the recruiting startup focused on diversity, has raised a $7.5 million Series A round led by Cue Ball Capital, bringing its total funding up...

Dispatches on diversity: Uber, sexual harassment and venture capital

Racism. Sexism. Discrimination. Harassment. Those words often come up in questions pertaining to...

Who is to blame for algorithmic outrage?

This week we saw a few high-profile (but if we’re honest, low-impact) demonstrations...

VC-in-Residence program aims to help underrepresented minorities break into venture capital

There’s a shortage of women, non-binary people and men of color in the venture capital world. That’s why Pipeline Angels, an angel investing bootcamp for...

Study finds Reddit’s controversial ban of its most toxic subreddits actually worked

It seems like just the other day that Reddit finally banned a handful of its most hateful and deplorable subreddits, including r/coontown and r/fatpeoplehate. While...

This is what diversity is like at trash startup Rubicon

It’s rare to see a tech company report higher than a ten percent black employee population, but that’s what Atlanta-based Rubicon Global just did. The trash...

Please let The Friendship Code and its tech-savvy girls be the new Babysitters Club

Okay, full disclosure, I never read any Babysitters Club book. But you know what I’m talking about, right? We all had some endless series we...

Black Girls Code raises $154K after turning down six figures from Uber

Last week, we reported Black Girls Code turned down a $125,000 grant from Uber in what Black Girls Code CEO Kimberly Bryant described to me...