Diversity in Technology, Intel's historic $300 Million pledge for parity by 2020

Leading the Charge for Diversity in Silicon Valley, Intel Creates $125 M Investment Fund for Minority-led Startups

When it comes to reshaping Silicon Valley to be more inclusive and better reflect the makeup of the rest of the country, Intel is leading the way again.
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'Creative for a Cause' Campaign and Competition Highlights Diversity in Tech, Gives Visibility to Multicultural Artists

The "Creative for a Cause" campaign and competition, spearheaded by Fiverr and numerous other technology firms, is raising awareness about the need for diversity in the tech field while offering visibility to multicultural artists.
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Stanford to Bolster Latino Entrepreneurs with Massive Database

Stanford University will be launching a new initiative aimed at strengthening Latino ties with the entrepreneurial world and creating one of the most comprehensive databases of Latino entrepreneurs.
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Intel, Google Announce New Diversity in Silicon Valley Initiatives

Intel has announced its 2015 plan for a more diverse workforce, and Google has joined in with its own $150 million initiative to get more women, African Americans, and Latinos into technology.
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Ethnic Minorities and Female Executives More Likely to Be Penalized than White Males for Fostering Diversity

Women and ethnic minorities outnumber white males by a two-to-one margin in the U.S. workplace. Among executive ranks, however, women and ethnic minorities are underrepresented, according to the Academy of Management.
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Diversity in Tech: Facebook Publishes Diversity Report & White Men Lead Senior Levels of Social Network Company

Following in the footsteps of Google, Yahoo and LinkedIn, social network Facebook released its diversity statistics report, and it also continues the excessive white male employee trend.

Diversity in Tech: LinkedIn's Workforce Report Continues White Male Trend Ahead of Women, Other Ethnicities

Men dominate the tech industry. That isn't new. LinkedIn's workforce diversity report further proved the gender and ethnicity imbalance.
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