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Reddit's Ellen Pao Bans Salary Negotiations for New Employees
The interim CEO says women sometimes get penalized for negotiating, so she's taking it off the table.
Netflix is getting so original, it's overtaken HBO SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Netflix's race to make itself a leader in original programming is paying off. Last year it produced more exclusive shows, measured in hours, than HBO. But its aggressive expansion isn't without cost; next month, it will raise
Reddit CEO Ellen Pao Eliminated Salary Negotiations to 'Level Playing Field'
Reddit CEO Ellen Pao, who recently lost her own sex-bias case against a major venture capital firm she worked for, says she can provide what the company calls a more "level playing field." Named the interim CEO of web company Reddit last year , Pao said that her firm has eliminated salary
Ellen Pao Talks About Gender Bias in Silicon Valley
Pao speaks out after losing a high-profile gender discrimination suit against former employer Kleiner Perkins.
Ellen Pao Speaks Out About Gender Discrimination in Silicon Valley
The Reddit interim CEO, 45, lost a $16 million lawsuit last month against her former employer Kleiner Perkins.
Ellen Pao Loses Big Silicon Valley Sex-Bias Case to Kleiner Perkins
A preeminent venture capital firm was victorious in Silicon Valley's biggest sex discrimination suit. A jury ruled in favor of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, which had been sued by Ellen Pao, the interim CEO of Reddit and former partner of the firm. Pao, 45, filed her complaint in May 2012
Former Silicon Valley Venture Capital Partner Wants 'Justice' in Sex Discrimination Suit
Former Kleiner Perkins Partner Wants 'Justice' in Court Against for Discrimination Suit
Motorola's Moto X Phone Will Be Made in America
Motorola's Next Major Android Phone Will Be the First Smartphone Assembled in the US
Cellphone Users Check Phones 150x/Day and Other Internet Fun Facts
RANCHO PALOS VERDES, Calif. — Admit it: You check your phone a lot, even when it’s not ringing or buzzing. It’s OK. Lots of other people do. In fact, people check their phones 150 times a day, according to Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers’s annual Internet...