Silicon Valley is finally starting to address sexism in tech

The past few weeks have seen big names in America’s tech industry fall from grace in spectacular fashion over alleged sexist behavior and acts of sexual harassment towards women. It’s about time. Last month, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick was ousted from his position following months of strife within the organization after a former female engineer’s blog post highlighted concerns about sexism among the company’s management executives in February. Uber also launched an investigation into the claims and fired more than 20 employees as a result. That week also saw the resignation of Justin Caldbeck, co-founder of VC firm Binary Capital,…

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