Digital-scrapbooking site announces partnership with startup to find strategies to increase staff diversity. It will share what works and what doesn't, in an aim to help the whole tech industry.
Reddit's co-founder, now CEO, plans to clamp down on offensive posts, but risks further angering the site's users. That should make for a lively "Ask Me Anything" forum Thursday afternoon.
Google talks about a wide range of topics during its annual meeting with shareholders, including self-driving cars and diversity issues. CEO Larry Page even takes a turn as a film critic.
Tech companies say they want more women and minorities. But who's actually doing something tangible?
The director and cast of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" gathered in London today to talk Marvel, unhinged bad guys and big bags of cash.
The world's biggest chipmaker ended 2014 on solid footing thanks in part to its reinvigorated PC business. However, Intel's mobile division remains a huge drag.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says he plans to greatly increase the hiring, progression and retention of women and minorities in the company, and invited the industry to join him.
CEO Satya Nadella's comment that female employees should trust in karma opened Microsoft's eyes to unconscious bias.
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."