Corporate America’s Employment Problem Isn’t Just Race But Also Class And Elitism

Tech corporate leaders less taken with their brilliance and insight might not have created social networks and algorithms that embroiled the world in mass manipulation of public sentiment and the disasters that has spawned.

Maybe Wells Fargo could have avoided having to settle those charges of massive consumer fraud[6] between 2002 and 2014.

A little humility goes a long way. And, maybe, with a more diverse set of students, and eventually employees, by race, ethnicity, religion, and class, there might be an easing of income inequality. A glorious twofer.

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