More firms should provide in-firm talent programs to foster diversity


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Red Businesswoman Silhouette, Black Business People Group Team Concept Vector. Illustration courtesy ©iStock/gmast3r
In some respects, it’s been a good year for women in VC. Sequoia Capital named Jess Lee the first female investment partner in the firm’s U.S. operations. Canaan Partners, which already had three female GPs on its tech and healthcare teams, promoted Julie ...

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