• A tech founder says it's easier for him to 'make another million' than find a spouse in Silicon Valley

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    Singles in Silicon Valley are having a hard time finding relationships.
    There are several issues at play, including dating app fatigue, culture problems, and skewed ratio of women to men.
    One male tech founder said: "I have a higher confidence in making another million dollars than I do in finding a spouse."
    It's getting harder and harder to find love in Silicon Valley.
    A new story from The Washington Post's Drew Harwell delves into the dating scene in the Valley, and how the nation's tech elite are beginning to feeling hopeless about their chances of finding a romantic partner.
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  • How Silicon Valley's sexist 'bro culture' affects everyone - and how to fix it

    How Silicon Valley's sexist 'bro culture' affects everyone - and how to fix it

    6 days ago - By Business Insider

    Emily Chang, author of 'Brotopia' , discusses the sexist 'bro-culture' of Silicon Valley and what we can do to fix it.
    Emily Chang: I don't wanna get into a hot tub and pitch investors my business while holding a beer. What woman wants to do that while wearing a bikini? These things are really happening.
    Lauren Lyons Cole: I'm here with Emily Chang, an anchor and executive producer at Bloomberg TV who's been covering the tech industry for nearly a decade. She has a new book out called Brotopia, all about sexism in Silicon Valley. It caused quite a splash when you published an excerpt...
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