This year's gay pride celebration in Tel Aviv lauds “Women in the Community” who are making their presence felt in the male-dominated tech industry.
A group of eight prominent women in Silicon Valley have launched "Project Include" to bring more racial and gender diversity to the tech industry’s workforce.
At the 42nd convention for the National Society of Black Engineers, Jack Dorsey spoke to his company's need to employ more people of color.
Compensation of male and female software engineers can differ by as much as $10,000 annually, a study found. But some companies are attempting to bridge the gap.
The tech industry’s year-to-year growth for women’s representation actually peaked in 2013, a data analysis has found.
Despite hiring thousands of minority laborers, the e-commerce and media giant hired only a few hundred for office roles, a report says.
Although Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield has been vocal about inclusion, data show the software maker hired only three black people in the last half of 2015.
The cloud-storage company saw a 2 percentage-point drop in its workforce representation of women in 2015.
Tech companies — where women hold 33 percent of jobs — are trying to lure back women who left the industry.
Major tech firms are often based in pricey white suburbs that can alienate some minority job seekers, a black ex-Googler notes.
Companies like Facebook and Apple are partnering with CodePath in the hope of finding a less homogeneous group of college software engineers.
The company saw 55 times more women and minority job applicants after asking employees for help in recruiting them.
The head of AT&T’s diversity efforts says the telecommunications company takes a multifaceted approach to the topic.
More than half of women in tech reported unwanted sexual advances, with many incidents involving superiors, a study found.
Apple could be required to add more people of color to high-profile positions as part of a resolution that shareholders are considering.
Can Jeffrey Siminoff, a gay white man, really improve the company’s diversity record? Experts on hiring say it’s about competence.
At the end of his rope and facing eviction, 39-year-old Justin Webb learns that finding work as a programmer isn't easy in Silicon Valley.
Both companies are more than a month late releasing their workforce demographics reports for the year.
Decades-old FDA regulations prohibit men who have sex with men from donating blood and that's not OK with Twitter.
Silicon Valley is always on the lookout for the next great startup, and to attract minorities and women some accelerators are blowing up the traditional model.