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New Year's resolutions for big tech: how Silicon Valley can be better in 2018

New Year’s resolutions are crap. It is in that spirit that we have created a list of New Year’s resolutions for the tech industry. Tech companies have been promising to improve their hiring of women and underrepresented minorities for nearly two decades.
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