Ellen Pao: ‘I believed I had an obligation to speak out’
The memoir about her experiences at Kleiner Perkins is coming soon.
On Aug 21, 2017 by Christina Bonnington
How one hateful subreddit became a fallen city of Minions memes
This took a very strange turn.
On May 20, 2016 by Luke Winkie
Fourth female Reddit executive set to leave the company
Even if the cause isn't explicitly sexism, this doesn't look good for Reddit.
On Jul 28, 2015 by Kevin Collier
Killing Reddit’s most hateful subreddits won’t exterminate its troll problem
They never truly disappear, no matter how hard we try.
On Jul 21, 2015 by Derrick Clifton
Ellen Pao didn’t need to resign as CEO of Reddit
I stand with Pao—and so should you.
On Jul 20, 2015 by [email protected]
How Reddit’s new ‘rules’ still fail the Internet
Reddit can't seem to set things straight.
On Jul 17, 2015 by Selena Larson
New Reddit CEO says the site will censor harassment and ‘illegal content’
Redditors on both sides of the 'speech' debate are angry and nervous.
On Jul 16, 2015 by Taylor Hatmaker
Reddit will save itself from the garbage people
The good people on Reddit deserve a better platform.
On Jul 16, 2015 by Nick Douglas
5 ways Reddit can save itself before it’s too late
The rumors of Reddit’s demise are far from exaggerated.
On Jul 15, 2015 by Gillian Branstetter
Reddit’s former CEO says Ellen Pao fought for free speech this whole time
Pao's departure was initially cheered by redditors who thought she was pushing for censorship.
On Jul 15, 2015 by Aaron Sankin
Former Reddit chief alleges Ellen Pao didn’t fire Taylor
Did Ellen Pao take the fall for her superior's mistake?
On Jul 13, 2015 by Aaron Sankin
Reddit CEO Ellen Pao resigns after user revolt
'The good has been off-the-wall inspiring, and the ugly made me doubt humanity.'
On Jul 10, 2015 by Kevin Collier
The problem with the backlash against Reddit’s CEO that nobody’s talking about
The Ellen Pao criticism is about more than her job performance.
On Jul 7, 2015 by Derrick Clifton
Meet the Reddit users fighting against harassment censorship
Some users see Reddit's anti-harassment policy as a turning point for the 'Front Page of the Internet.'
On Jul 7, 2015 by Richard Lewis