Tech executives ranging from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Google CEO Sundar Pichai have slammed the White House's decision to end DACA, an immigration policy founded by the Obama administration in 2012. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy allows certain illegal immigrants who have entered the U.S. Show More Summary
Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Thursday denounced the recent violence by extremists in both Charlottesville and Barcelona, calling the incidents in both cities "terrorism [that] is designed to divide us." "Terrorism is terrorism and it...Show More Summary
MY USA TODAY COLUMN: Google needs a new CEO, but dumping Sundar Pichai is not enough. “When a gigantic corporation that controls our data and knows us intimately takes a controversial political stance, it ought to make us worry.”
PALO ALTO, Calif. (AP) — Google CEO Sundar Pichai has canceled an internal town hall meant to address gender discrimination after employee questions for management began to leak online.
THE ATLANTIC: A Question for Google’s CEO. When CEO Sundar Pichai addressed a controversial memo about diversity that circulated inside Google, culminating in the termination of its author, James Damore, he began by telling the company’s 72,053 employees that “we strongly support the right of Googlers to express themselves, and much of what was in […]
On Friday, in an op-ed which made the paper's print edition, David Brooks, the alleged conservative commentator at the New York Times, surprised more than a few people by calling for Google CEO Sundar Pichai to resign over his awfulShow More Summary
CEO Sundar Pichai calls off a public debate about a now-dismissed engineer's views that biological factors may explain why there are fewer women in tech. What's next?
Google on Thursday abruptly canceled a town hall meeting to address the fallout from an anti-diversity memo, but CEO Sundar Pichai made his feelings on the matter known Thursday night at an event honoring girl coders from around the world.
Kara Swisher, reporting for Recode: Google CEO Sundar Pichai has canceled the company’s much-anticipated meeting to talk about gender issues today. The move came after some of its employees expressed concern over online harassment they...Show More Summary
Sundar Pichai was announced as the new Google CEO two years ago, but the last month has probably been his toughest so far.
A series of anti-Google outdoor ads have popped up in Los Angeles near the Google office in Venice. The ads appear to be related to the saga of James Damore, the Google engineer who was fired earlier this week after writing a 3,000-word...Show More Summary
New York Times columnist David Brooks makes the case Friday that Google CEO Sundar Pichai should resign because of how badly he handled this week's "memo" controversy. Dealing with the aftermath required the subtlety of a skilled leader, but Pichai instead assumed a "mob" mentality to unfairly demonize now-fired engineer...
There was massive fallout at Google this week after senior engineer James Damore released a controversial memo. The situation snowballed from there, forcing Google CEO Sundar Pichai to cut his family vacation short. "The past few days...Show More Summary
As controversy continues to swirl around fired Google engineer James Damore and his memo about gender diversity, longtime New York Times columnist David Brooks has placed blame squarely on the shoulders of Google CEO Sundar Pichai. In...Show More Summary
For safety reasons, Google CEO Sundar Pichai canceled a meeting meant to address a controversial memo. The 10-page document written by former employee James Damore criticized the tech giant's diversity initiatives. Pichai said the company...Show More Summary
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has given a public defence of the importance of diversity in the technology industry and called on more women to enter the field. "You belong here and we need you," the executive said. His public remarks at a...Show More Summary
Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Thursday canceled an internal town hall meant to address gender discrimination after employee questions for management began to leak online from the company's internal messaging service. Pichai said in an email to staff that several Google employees became fearful for...
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is speaking out after the tech giant canceled a town hall meeting intended to address a controversial memo written by a former engineer. The widely circulated document criticized the company's diversity initiatives. Pichai said the company was forced to call off the meeting over safety concerns for staff. Carter Evans reports.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai planned to address the controversy over an anti-diversity memo at an all-employee town hall meeting—but he called it off after workers said they were worried about online harassment. Pichai said questions from employees had been leaked and their identities had been published on alt-right websites,...
Google wants to show that it's taking the issue of diversity seriously. Speaking at a coding competition, CEO Sundar Pichai addressed teams of teen girls, telling them that there "is a place for you at Google." SEE ALSO: Yes, that controversial Google diversity rant matters. Show More Summary