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sexism

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GitHub: Sorry for secrecy with the sexism claims investigation

The software hosting service’s CEO comes out with new details on the inquiry surrounding allegations of gender harassment at the company.

By April 28, 2014

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Ada Initiative bails on GitHub, after sexism allegations

Workplace gender discrimination claims against the software hosting service have resulted in an ousted co-founder and a fizzled partnership.

By April 23, 2014

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Sony boards the sexism train

A print advertisement in France compares the PlayStation Vita to a woman with four breasts.

By November 1, 2012

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Not even robots immune to sexism

A study by the Journal of Applied Social Psychology has found that even robots are affected by gender stereotyping.

By August 26, 2012

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Sexism and the single hacker: Defcon's feminist moment

Complaints about sexual harassment at the world's largest hacker conference prompt discussion about treatment of women in a largely male security community.

By August 17, 2012

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Judge tentatively nixes arbitration in Kleiner Perkins sexism lawsuit

In a preliminary ruling, a California judge rejects the venture capitalist firm's bid to move the gender discrimination lawsuit brought by a junior partner into third-party arbitration.

By July 9, 2012

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Sexism? Why not violence?

If I'm worried about sexism in video games, why am I not talking about violence too? Here's why.

By June 26, 2012

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For IBM CEO, is golf's sexism on par with the tech world's?

How's this for a handicap? The last four IBM chieftains were offered membership to Augusta National, home of the U.S. Masters. Not so for Big Blue's Virginia Rometty.

By April 6, 2012

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GitHub co-founder resigns after ‘errors of judgment’

Julie Ann Horvath, a former employee who alleged workplace gender discrimination, blasts the company after an investigation reportedly didn’t find evidence of sexism.

By April 21, 2014

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Sexism pays: Tech CEOs astounded

Research from the University of Florida suggests that men with sexist attitudes get paid more.

By September 24, 2008