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Former Newsweek Technology Editor Dan Lyons expected in 2012 that at age 51 he’d be able to land a job in media in the technology sector pretty easily after his employer had cut his job. After all, he’d already interviewed some of the luminaries of Silicon Valley for the magazine. It took nine months of demoralizing interviews, but he eventually landed a job at the tech startup Hubspot in 2013.

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IBM Steps Up Fight Against Texas Bathroom Bill

IBM is upping the ante in its fight against Texas’ so-called “bathroom bill,” dispatching top executives to Austin and waging an ad war against what it calls the “discriminatory legislation.” Before state lawmakers reconvene Tuesday for a special legislative session, the technology giant is taking out full-page advertisements in The Dallas Morning News, San Antonio …

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Why Do Diversity Programs Fail?

Diversity programs have become commonplace in the professional world, but do they actually work? Not really, according to an award-winning report in the Harvard Business Review written by Frank Dobbin, a professor of sociology at Harvard, and Alexandra Kalev, an associate professor at Tel Aviv University. “It shouldn’t be surprising that most diversity programs aren’t …

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Artificial Intelligence to “Blindfold” Hiring Practices

Ms Iba Masood and Syed Ahmed were born and raised in the United Arab Emirates. The pair, in their mid-twenties, are on a mission to crack the ceiling and walls encasing Silicon Valley’s “brogrammer” culture. As the BBC report titled, “Beyond ‘Brogrammers’: Can AI create a meritocracy?” defines “brogrammer”: “Brogrammers are …