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Chris Sacca apologizes for helping make tech hostile to women — after being accused of inappropriately touching a female investor

A judge from ABC's 'Shark Tank' published a cryptic apology hours before an explosive New York Times article reported he had inappropriately touched a female entrepreneur. Chris Sacca—who retired from startup investing as well as his role on "Shark Tank" in April— wrote Thursday that he " personally contributed" to making the tech industry "inhospitable for women. " Sacca posted the apology note after he was contacted by the Times about female entrepreneur Susan Wu's accusation that he had touched her face without her permission at a tech event in 2009, the paper reported.
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