As a part of its $150 million initiative to improve its lack of gender and racial diversity, Google is making a concerted effort to recruit more women and people of color and create an ongoing dialogue with the media about its strides and setbacks.
Self-taught tech guru Godwin Gabriel introduces his new app "Moovn."
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The tech giant teamed up with the Global Citizens Fest to curate an unforgettable day of inspiration and empowerment for young women.
Sheena Allen shares the story behind her success, and why you sometimes have to give to get.
How Europe is Holding Tech Giants, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter Accountable for Viral Hate Speech
Facebook is looking to tackle the tech industry's diversity problem.