For women in tech, Silicon Valley is a "brotopia" Where men hold all the cards and make all the rules. Vastly Outnumbered, women face toxic work places rife with discrimination and sexual harassment, where investors take meetings in hot tubs and network at sex parties. While #me too and #times up have upended Hollywood, Washington and beyond, we must take a deeper look into Silicon Valley, which has the power to transform our lives and future more than any other industry. Bloomberg TV journalist Emily Chang reveals how Silicon Valley got so sexist despite its utopian ideals, why bro culture endures despite decades of companies claiming the moral high ground (don't be evil! Connect the world!)-and how women are finally starting to speak out and fight back. Drawing on her deep network of Silicon Valley insiders, Chang opens the boardroom doors of male-dominated venture capital firms like Kleiner Perkins and sequoias. Interviews with face book COO Sheryl Sandberg, YouTube CEO Susan wojcicki and former Yahoo! Ceo Marissa Mayer reveal just how hard it is to crack the Silicon ceiling. And Chang shows how women such as former Uber engineer Susan Fowler, entrepreneur niniane Wang and game developer Brianna Wu, have risked their careers to pave the way for other women. Silicon valley's aggressive and misogynistic culture has shut women out of the greatest wealth creation in the history of the world. It's time to break up the boys' Club. Emily Chang shows us how to fix this toxic culture-too bring down brotopia, once and for all.
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