Ubisoft has come under heavy fire from the gaming community for its recent explanation as to why there will be no playable female avatars in Assassin’s Creed: Unity‘s upcoming cooperative multiplayer mode. Unity creative director Alex Amancio lit the fuse in … [Read more...] about Ubisoft cuts women from Assassin’s Creed: Unity, outrage ensues
The Internet, once considered to be populated predominantly by men, is in reality an equal opportunity channel.This year, for example, Nielsen//NetRatings reaffirmed other studies which have reported that more than half of North American Internet users are women. While the female … [Read more...] about What Does the Web Know About Women?
Just one day after women's online network Oxygen Media said it was paring down itsworkforce and consolidating operations, niche competitor Women.com announced that it is laying off 25 percent of its workforce in a bid to trim expenses and achieve profitability.As part of what the … [Read more...] about Women.com Cuts Quarter of Workforce
The number of dot-com job cuts fell for the second month in a row and reached the lowest point since November, according to a report released Tuesday by Chicago, Illinois-based executive search firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas (CGC).CGC reported that 31 percent fewer … [Read more...] about Report: Decline in Job Cuts Could Signal End of Dot-Com Shakeout
MarySue Hansell is president and COO of A Better World.In this exclusive interview, Hansell provides some insights into the principles underlying her firm's Facebook game, A Better World. TechNewsWorld: Describe the vision of A Better World.MarySue Hansell: We saw that there was … [Read more...] about WOMEN IN TECH A Better World President MarySue Hansell: Getting Real With a Virtual Do-Good Game