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Debbie Rieger is often the only woman in the room, but she was not always comfortable
She talks about negotiating, mentoring and the best advice she's been given.
GE earns an ACE for its inclusive hiring practices
A business center in Saudi Arabia created in partnership between GE, Saudi Aramco and TCS is staffed solely by women and has achieved the milestone in March 2016 of employing 1,000 women, with a target of hiring 3,000 women in the coming years.
New York Times, IBM team up on augmented reality with 'Hidden Figures' movie
The new movie portrays three African-American women who worked at NASA in the 1960s and used an IBM computer to help them figure spaceship trajectories.
10 finalists in the running for women-led startup pitch competition
Among the contenders are a digital addiction wellness platform and an AI startup using cutting-edge machine learning to help hospitals achieve better patient outcomes.
StudySoup offers $1,000 scholarship for women in technology
The goal is to help increase the presence of females in the computing industry.
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