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Apple's credit card may discriminate, just like lots of banking algorithms

by Amy Scott Nov 12, 2019
Even when you sit down with a banker in person, algorithms likely affect whether you get a loan and how much interest you’ll pay.

Can a credit card be sexist?

by Erika Beras and Sabri Ben-Achour Nov 11, 2019
It is alleged that the Apple Card offers higher credits to men than it does women — on that basis alone.
Jennifer Bailey, vice president of Apple Pay, speaks during an Apple product launch event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park on March 25 in Cupertino, California.
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Why Wall Street isn't going to have a Harvey Weinstein moment

by Kai Ryssdal and Paulina Velasco Mar 2, 2018
Sexual harassment and discrimination in the financial industry is more subtle — and harder to address.
"The Fearless Girl" statues stands across from the iconic Wall Street charging bull statue wearing a pink hat associated with the Women's March of 2017.
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Stitch Fix's CEO says there should be more seats at the table, not in investors' hot tubs

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Feb 14, 2018
Katrina Lake on sexism in Silicon Valley.
Molly Wood (left) interviewing Katrina Lake (right) of Stitch Fix at the Makers conference in Los Angeles. 
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Unilever threatens to pull ads from Google and Facebook

by Andy Uhler Feb 13, 2018
Unilever’s head of marketing, Keith Weed, told an advertising conference in California that digital platforms had become “swamps” of fake news, racism and sexism. What will this mean for advertising on social media? Click the audio player above to hear…
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What will it take to change Silicon Valley's bro culture?

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Feb 7, 2018
Emily Chang details how Silicon Valley came to be a hostile work environment for women in her new book, "Brotopia."
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Despite some progress, corporate America remains a man's world

by Reema Khrais Oct 10, 2017
A new survey from McKinsey and LeanIn.Org finds that women continue to have a steep climb in corporate America, and many companies don't see the scale of the problem.
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That sexist memo could cost Google employees

by Ben Johnson and Jana Kasperkevic Aug 9, 2017
Google needs to prioritize diversity, the same way it's prioritized AI and driverless cars, a diversity consultant tells us.
Earlier this week, Google fired an engineer who wrote a controversial memo on diversity.
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'She persisted': Women pack tattoo shop for solidarity in ink

by Marketplace Contributor Feb 24, 2017
Soon after Sen. Elizabeth Warren was silenced on the Senate floor Minneapolis women took words from Sen. Mitch McConnell and turned them on their head, using 'nevertheless, she persisted' as a rallying cry for proponents of women's rights.
Kyle Mack tattoos the phrase "she persisted" on to the arm of Lindsay Wenner inside the Brass Knuckle Tattoo Shop in Minneapolis Tuesday, Feb. 21.
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Female CEOs get blamed more often than male ones

by Adam Allington Nov 1, 2016
Women running companies face higher scrutiny from board members and the media.
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