The Bloomberg story Google Fires Author of Divisive Memo on Gender Differences
[By Mark Bergen and Ellen Huet, August 7, 2017] features an interview between Bloomberg reporter Emily Chang (who's very nice-looking) and former Google VP and US Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith (a political appointee—Obama Administration) talking about how wrong
former Google employee James Damore
is about sex differences and the "politically correct monoculture" of Google.
Megan Smith is famous for being a Lesbian in the Tech business—when Barack Obama appointed her US Chief Technology Officer, the White House announcement
Megan previously served as CEO of PlanetOut, a leading LGBT online community in the early days of the web, where the team broke through many barriers and partnered closely with AOL, Yahoo!, MSN, and other major web players.
She may have broken "through many barriers", but it looks like she's building new ones. By the way, Megan Smith's Wikipedia page says she's the "ex-spouse"
of tech journalist Kara Swisher, founder and editor
of Re/Code who's been writing stories
Google has fired the employee who penned a controversial memo on women and tech
The author wrote, among other things, that females suffered from more “neuroticism”by Kara Swisher, Recode.net, Aug 7, 2017