Accelerators; Apple; ACM; Ontario; Correlations
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Issue #28 // June 14, 2016

Tech accelerators in Boston are working to increase diversity in interesting ways.

Apple is slowing increasing the diversity of its presenters at its huge WWDC conference.

The software industry’s largest association, the ACM, and Intel CEO Brian Krzanich suggest collecting and using data is key to diversity initiatives.

As the government of Ontario, Canada looks to increase the gender diversity of executive boards, the parent company of Tim Hortons and Burger King rejects such a recommendation for their shareholders.

It appears that some demographics are positively correlated with the likelihood you’ll support diversity initiatives.


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