Silicon Valley's sexism problem: Could the tide be turning?
July 2, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Sexism in Silicon Valley has been an open secret for years. What's changing: A growing number of women are coming forward with personal stories of sexual harassment and discrimination, prompting apologies, resignations and plenty of hand-wringing.
It's too soon to tell whether the incidents will lead to meaningful, long-term change. But the revelations, many implicating industry bigshots, are at least leading to some humbled self-reflection in an industry long criticized as arrogant and self-centered.
In the latest example, prominent venture investor Dave McClure apologize...