My child was stillborn. Tech companies, stop showing me pregnancy ads.

‘If your algorithms are smart enough to realize that I was pregnant, or that I’ve given birth, then surely they can be smart enough to realize that my baby died’

Her father built a Chinese tech empire. She’s primed to take it over.

Meng Wanzhou is chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies

Sheryl Sandberg told women they could change the world. But she has always operated within the system.

Her latest Facebook scandal reveals the emptiness at the heart of ‘Lean In’

She quit Instagram. She also helped create it.

Bailey Richardson was one of Instagram’s original employees before Facebook bought the app in 2012

Google and Facebook are ending their policies of forced arbitration. Will other companies follow?

The policy forces workers to settle sexual harassment claims privately, instead of in court

Google employees across the world walk out over sexual harassment allegations, inequality at the company

Last week, a New York Times article revealed the company had suppressed claims of misconduct

Beyond the pay gap: Stock options are disadvantaging women, too

A new study finds that women hold significantly less in equity than men

ACLU, others file complaint against Facebook over discriminatory job postings

Ten companies are accused of targeting ads exclusively to men

On Capitol Hill, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg proves to be an experienced political operator

She and Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey were a study in contrasts Wednesday

A new ride-sharing app matches female drivers and riders. Is that the best way to empower women?

Safr has signed up about 6,000 drivers