The technology industry has been putting pressure on Indiana over its bigots charter (the RFRA), forcing Republican Governor Pence to reconsider his options.
The Indy Big Data conference has seen sponsors, including Oracle and EMC, jump ship because of Indiana's new bigots charter.
The technology industry's contempt for Indiana's legalised discrimination law seems to be having an effect and drawing a line in the sand. But it's going to be a long fight.
Gender, race and social bias are endemic, brutal and subtle. What does the Kleiner and Ellen Pao case teach us?
Bigotry is bigotry even when it's dressed up in a cloak of so-called religious freedom. Full marks to Salesforce and other digital leaders for taking a stand.
Twitter, Facebook and one of Silicon Valley's top VC firms are facing legal action from female employees that claim that they have faced gender discrimination.
On the back of this weekend's International Women’s Day, Jessica Twentyman speaks to MetricStream CEO Shellye Archambeau about tackling the tech industry’s diversity gap
Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, announced the plans at CES in Las Vegas after what has been a difficult year for women and minorities in the technology industry.
Daniel Weisbeck has worked in the technology industry for a number of years, but only now feels comfortable to talk about being a gay man after Apple CEO Tim Cook came out earlier this year.
Poor tone at the top and lousy leadership cannot be masked by HR policies that play lip service to a fair work environment where broculture is snuffed out.
Anne Petteroe shares her experience of returning to work in IT after becoming a mother and the challenges she faces.
Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff sounds off at Dreamforce on giving back, women in tech and what to expect in the next five years
Although over half of the British Civil Service is made up of women, less than 32% make up the top jobs. Some interesting new measures are being introduced to address this.