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How bad is Silicon Valley’s sexist work culture?

This week, James Damore, a male software engineer at Google wrote a 10-page “manifesto” criticising his employer for pushing diversity programmes. Damore said women can’t get ahead in the tech industry because of biological differences with men. The memo went public and created a...
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