Ellen Pao, who gained both fame and notoriety when she unsuccessfully sued Venture Capital firm Kleiner Perkins for sex discrimination, has landed back on her feet.
She has taken a position as chief diversity and inclusion officer of for Kapor Center for Social Impact and a venture partner at Kapor Capital.
“I’ve been … Read more
Jeremy Lin talked about everything from his new hair style to his eating binge to his game on Reddit Thursday night in an unannounced Ask Me Anything session, known to the initiated as AMA.
He talked about the framed life sized jersey made from Fruit Loops he got, but what I found most interesting is … Read more
When Ellen Pao was making headlines for suing Kleiner Perkins, she gained the support of many people who identified with her fight for equal pay and against gender discrimination in Silicon Valley.
When Pao was under attack by Reddit users for trying to eliminate some of the hate on that site, many of … Read more
Ellen Pao, interim chief executive of the popular messaging board, Reddit, announced Friday her decision to step down from her position, reports the New York Times.
This announcement comes after a week of criticisms from angry users following the dismissal of Victoria Taylor, a well-liked employee of Reddit. Many users in the … Read more
Ellen Pao who recently lost her sex discrimination case against venture capitalist firm Kleiner Perkins continues to push diversity at Reddit where she is interim CEO, reports CNN Money.
ABC7/KGO reports the courtroom became tense as attorney Lynne Hermle questioned Pao about her work history and her affair with co-worker Ajit Nazre.
Hermle: You discussed having children together?
Pao: Yes we … Read more
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Authorities in Providence say its very likely a body pulled from the Providence River is that of missing Brown University student Sunil Tripathi, reports the Huffington Post.
The Indian American student was last seen more than a month ago by his roommate. One officer says “it’s very very possible” the body found near the … Read more
The young man has been missing for more than a month and his family did not need the added stress of hearing that their son … Read more