James rose through the ranks over 25 years, starting as a technical assistant to become president of the chip maker. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Are you slogging it out in a less than impressive seeming entry-level tech job and starting to despair that your efforts will ever lead you anywhere interesting? Then take [...]
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That’s according to ReadWrite, which ballparks the purchase price at $120-$180 million. By Jessica Stillman (Editor, Women 2.0) Last July we highlighted Mashery’s Kirsten Spoljaric as a female founder to watch due to her contribution to raising an additional $10M in venture funding for the San Francisco-based API management company. Now Spoljaric and her co-founders [...]
A group of 25 extraordinary women discussed finding novel solutions to age-old industry problems at the first-ever Women Hacking Industries lunch at SXSW. By Tara-Nicholle Nelson, MA, Esq. (Founder & CEO, RETHINK Multimedia) In the brogrammer-heavy cacophony of sensory overstimulation that SXSW can be, it’s easy to meet new people, but tough to make deep connections. So it [...]
By Linda Forrest (Associate, Francis Moran & Associates) Reading a recent post about the role formal education plays in entrepreneurship, I was reminded of an article I read a few months ago about the “real reason women quit engineering.” In Stemming The Tide: Why Women Leave Engineering, two University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professors report on their [...]