Tagged With Women In Tech

A former Google employee has written a hilarious survival guide for women: how to succeed 'without hurting men's feelings'


IGNITION 2018: Learn from Cindy Robbins, who helped persuade Marc Benioff to fix the gender pay gap at Salesforce


7 incredible women you've never heard of who changed science forever



Tech's diversity problem is even bigger than we realised — here's why that's so bad for the next generation of startups


The most famous Fortnite streamer said he won't play with women, and it's raising some serious questions about the cost of internet fame


Microsoft's Peggy Johnson has a new plan to get a 60% better return on investment for her corporate VC fund



OpenTable CEO: #metoo isn't a woman's issue, it's a leadership issue


The 39 most powerful female engineers of 2018


This 26-year-old Fortnite streamer says she paid off her mum's debt with her Twitch earnings


Melinda Gates says the early rise of 'male-focused' computer games is a big reason there are fewer female computer science graduates today than in the 80s and 90s


Melinda Gates has sharp words for the VC industry: Enough with your love for 'the white guy in a hoodie'


A star Silicon Valley investor who sold her startup for $200 million reveals the jarring tactic she had to use to make men pay attention to her pitches



Go inside the beautiful home of a former Goldman Sachs engineer-turned-startup-founder


Women still make up a minority of leadership positions at the biggest tech companies


30 women in venture capital to watch in 2018


This engineer created a fool-proof plan to overcome shyness -- and it led her to jobs at Apple, Google, and now Microsoft



Cheerleader outfits and weird looks: It's clear the biggest tech industry conference of the year still has a woman problem


'Stop trying to think of this as a women's issue': Female fintech leaders call for more action on diversity


Two former female Uber engineers have filed a complaint about their pay and allege they were 'ranked' on their looks


Sheryl Sandberg: Too many men think hiring a few women makes their companies diverse