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To succeed in today's world of high-velocity change, turbulent markets and swirling demographics, employees not only need hard business and technical skills, but critical soft skills that are in high demand yet...

source: USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism

Here's who you won't find on many tech boards: women. Concerted efforts to address gender disparities and a Silicon Valley sexual harassment scandal that has focused greater attention on the treatment of women have done little to crack...

source: USA Today

Uber is announcing today a multi-year partnership with the nonprofit Girls Who Code. As part of the deal, Uber is donating $1.2 million to Girls Who Code over the next three years. The money will go towards growing more after school...

source: The Verge

It's fair to say that in terms of equality we, the people, have come a long way but I think what most people fail to realize is the actual length of the road. While efforts have been made to close the gap as it relates to gender and diversity, the tech industry is still...

source: Inc.

A year ago, Andrew Torba would have balked at the idea of regulating the Internet. He is a conservative, and like many other technologists here, he adheres to the long-standing Silicon Valley belief in a free and open Web, unhindered...

source: The Washington Post

Uber seems to be looking to make amends to the tech industry in light of its tumultuous year that kicked off with former engineer Susan Fowler's allegations of sexual harassment and management issues at the company. Just yesterday, Uber offered $125,000 to Black Girls...

source: Tech Crunch

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