Amazon's diversity scorecard fills out how one would expect from tech firms these days, unfortunately.
The firm shares updated stats, showing that it's grown the percentage of women in its overall workforce from 24 percent to 29 percent -- though in tech positions the figure is lower.
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Vivek Wadhwa, an expert on diversity, says the tech giant is taking the right steps in employing more women and minorities.
Twitter reveals the ethnicity and gender makeup of its employees, acknowledging it has a diversity problem.
The social network releases its ethnic and gender data for the first time, saying it has a lot of work to do to become more diverse.
Women make up just 17 percent of the Web giant's tech workforce and are outnumbered in leadership positions nearly 4 to 1.
The tech company concedes that it has been "reluctant to divulge that data" and "quite frankly, we are wrong about that."
Entelo CEO Jon Bischke's company parses social-networking data to help clients find job candidates based on racial or gender search criteria. But will it play in Peoria?
While you can find Santa Claus, a bloody syringe, and seven kinds of birds, you’d be hard-pressed to find many people emojis that aren’t Caucasian.