This week I celebrated my one year anniversary at Criteo.
A year at Criteo is like a shooting star that leaves in its trail experiences of a lifetime that I know I could never have imagined anywhere else. 269 more words
By Mike Green
Where are black tech innovators in America?
It’s a good question that was raised in Silicon Valley two years ago when Angela Benton met legendary investor 1,217 more words
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The White House is asking participants in next week’s higher-education summit to commit to taking concrete steps to help more low-income students enroll in and complete college.
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The baccalaureate degree attainment rates comparing African-American and White students in California fell by just one percentage point from an 18.7-point gap in 2000 to a 17.7-point gap in 2011.
By Tracie Powell
House Republican leaders Fred Upton (R-Mich.) and Greg Walden (R-Ore.) sat in front of a dry erase board with the hash-tag, #CommActUpdate, written in marker, to talk with former Federal Communications Commissioner Robert McDowell (a GOP appointee) via Google Hangout about updating the 1996 Communications Act. 463 more words