An ex-employee's proposed class-action lawsuit alleges the social network's arcane promotion process discriminates against women.
Most Americans also believe more women should study tech and science.
Silicon Valley CEO conducts a survey with about 100 female tech entrepreneurs and finds that 84 percent don't have science, technology, engineering or math degrees.
Silicon Valley faces tough questions about how it treats women. But the problem isn't just for modern-day women -- it goes back at least 200 years.
Tech companies say they want more women and minorities. But who's actually doing something tangible?
Powerful women are making their own rules of VC conduct.
Commentary: CNET's Lindsey Turrentine draws on her own experience for insights into a surprisingly simple method for getting women moving along their career paths.
European countries forced large, public companies to give women a seat at the table. Now more nations are signing on.
Women may win lawsuits alleging bad behavior in the court of public opinion, but not necessarily where it matters.
Silicon Valley's male-dominated culture could cost the technology industry the thing it values most: innovation.