In “Brotopia,” sex parties are the least of Silicon Valley’s problems

Two years ago, Bloomberg TV journalist Emily Chang set out to write a book about gender discrimination in Silicon Valley. It wasn’t specifically prompted by that now-famous post of former Uber engineer Susan Fowler, wherein Fowler calmly recounted the many ways that Uber’s internal controls were either very messed up or nonexistent.┬áBut the┬ánational movement that … Continue reading In “Brotopia,” sex parties are the least of Silicon Valley’s problems