The Google engineer who was fired on Monday after penning a controversial 10-page memo claiming women are 'biologically' less likely to succeed in the tech, wrote an op-ed on his termination. MailOnline
Silicon Valley should analyze and identify gender inequities in order to better promote, retain and hire women, said Alaina Percival, chief executive officer of the non-profit organization Women Who.. Source: The Street -
Companies have a "fiscal responsibility" to not only bring more women into an organization but also ensure that they can succeed there, says Alaina Percival, chief executive officer of the non-profit.. Source: The Street -
Former Google engineer James Damore joined Cheddar to defend his 3,300 word essay claiming that women were "biologically" unfit to work in tech. What started out as just a Google document, meant to.. Source: GOBankingRates -
James Damore says Google is shaming him for speaking out about his views on gender diversity, which have been condemned by executives as advancing stereotypes. Google's CEO is set to talk about the.. Source: CNET - Affiliate -
Aug.10 -- Ex-Google engineer James Damore says problems with the company’s culture and diversity programs prompted him to write the memo on gender differences that ignited a social media firestorm.. Source: Bloomberg Technology -
Everything is not rosy at Google. An internal memo written by Google engineer James Damore accusing the internet behemoth of operating as an “ideological echo chamber” is riding high on the news.. Anorak
The brother of the male Google engineer fired after a memo saying women are biologically less likely to get to the top of the tech world has hit back, telling critics: 'Read the whole thing.' MailOnline
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The male Google engineer fired for circulating a memo decrying the company's diversity hiring program became the center of a heated debate on sexism, drawing scorn, cheers and.. Reuters
Google have made public a note sent to staff by top boss Sundar Pichai, in which he responds to a storm around diversity.
A memo written by a Google engineer circulated among staff and was then made.. City A.M.