A Google engineer’s 10-page memo elevating issues about his firm’s range efforts surfaced over the weekend and rapidly generated loads of controversy. By Monday, he confirmed that he was.
“Parts of the memo violate our Code of Conduct and cross the road by advancing dangerous gender stereotypes in our office,” Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote in a memo to staff. “To counsel a gaggle of our colleagues have traits that make them much less biologically suited to that work is offensive and never OK.”
For at present’s podcast, we talk about Google and the tech trade’s longtime struggles to deal with range points and what may come from this newest flashpoint within the ongoing state of affairs.
We additionally discussstealing emails and content material from the premium cable supplier.
The three:59 provides you bite-size information and evaluation concerning the prime tales of the day, delivered to you by the CNET Information staff in New York and producer Bryan VanGelder.
Take a look at the prolonged reveals on YouTube.
Google is pressured to deal with its range issues … once more (The three:59, Ep. 263)
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