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In Silicon Valley, women make up only 25 percent of employees and 2 percent of investors, a problem that Bloomberg journalist Emily Chang says isn’t just an issue for the tech world. Chang’s new book, “Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley,” deep dives into the history and present of the tech industry’s gender problem. “Think 'Hidden Figures,' but industry-wide,” she says. In a THINK op-ed, Chang explains why it matters that the world’s most powerful companies are controlled by men.Feb.13.2018
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