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Tech’s leaky world – Axios

Tech's leaky world - Axios

Tech companies are learning what everyone in Washington already knows: Leaks of confidential info are inevitable, and “plumbing” operations to close them rarely work. Why it matters: Most tech firms talk up the power of transparency but prefer to keep details of their operations secret from competitors and the public. Researchers, regulators and the media … Read more

Kansas State return sport has Tech’s full consideration

His Kansas State teammates congratulate Malik Knowles (4) after his 93-yard kickoff-return touchdown three weeks ago in a 37-31 loss to Oklahoma. Knowles has three career kickoff-return TDs, two coming in the Wildcats' past three games.

Looking back Tuesday on Texas Tech’s 31-21 loss last year at Kansas State, Tech coach Matt Wells calculated that the Red Raiders gave the Wildcats 13 points attributable to special-teams mistakes. Kansas State scored an early touchdown after taking over at the Tech 20-yard line following a blocked punt. Later, Tech kicker Trey Wolff missed field … Read more

Western Iowa Tech’s Comet Radio goes on a 24-hour on-air marathon for School Radio Day | Native Life

Western Iowa Tech's Comet Radio goes on a 24-hour on-air marathon for College Radio Day | Local Lifestyles

SIOUX CITY — Midway through the day on Oct. 1, Chris Mansfield was ready for a fast pizza break. That’s perfectly understandable since Mansfield, the audio/video/journalism coordinator at Western Iowa Tech Community College (WITCC), was at approximately the midway point of College Radio Day. WITCC’s streaming Comet Radio was one of hundreds of radio stations … Read more

WATCH: Florida Tech’s Scholar-Athlete Highlight Acknowledges Rower Simona Vileniskyte

WATCH: Florida Tech's Scholar-Athlete Spotlight Recognizes Rower Simona Vileniskyte

helped Florida Tech to a bronze medal finish at the NCAA National Championship WATCH: Florida Tech’s Scholar-Athlete Spotlight features rower Simona Vileniskytewe, a junior who is majoring in aerospace engineering. BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Being a scholar-athlete at Florida Tech takes an incredible amount of hard work and dedication to excel both in the … Read more

Tech’s troubled historical past with Asian employees

Tech's troubled history with Asian workers

Asians make up the majority of Silicon Valley’s tech workforce at roughly 57%, according to MarketWatch. Yet they’re vastly underrepresented at the leadership level: 27% at Apple, 40% at Google and 25% at Facebook. The big picture: Many tech leaders like to think the field is “post-race,” often pointing to the handful of Asians, mostly … Read more

Large Tech’s donation {dollars} – Axios

Big Tech's donation dollars - Axios

Tech’s leading companies — like the rest of corporate America — responded to the murder of George Floyd by police in 2020 in part by pledging to give big to racial justice groups. Our analysis of these companies found that, by and large, Big Tech paid up. Tech’s leading companies — like the rest of … Read more

Fixing the pipeline will not resolve tech’s race downside

Fixing the pipeline won't solve tech's race problem

The tech industry likes to cast its failure to include enough people of color and other underrepresented groups as a “pipeline problem” — one that would vanish if only more such people studied tech skills and entered the field. But there’s another reason U.S. tech companies struggle to diversify: work environments that critics say are … Read more

How Latin America turned tech’s subsequent huge frontier

Rappi, founded in Colombia, aims to become the 'superapp”' of Latin America.

Buying a used car, renting an apartment or opening a bank account: all recurring nightmares in Latin America, because of reams of paperwork, lethargic bureaucracy and legal pitfalls. Start-ups created to tackle problems like these are propelling the region to the forefront of the emerging market tech boom. Last year US $4.1 billion of venture … Read more