Intel may have figured out the secret to fixing tech's women problem
Intel, the company that invented the silicon chip for which Silicon Valley is named, has surpassed its competition in one key respect: increasing the diversity of its staff. According to a cover story in The Atlantic by Liza Mundy, while tech giants like Google and Facebook struggle to overcome bias and bring more people of color and women into overwhelmingly white, male offices, Intel may have figured out a way to make hiring more fair without sacrificing quality.
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