Ellen Huet

Bloomberg Business

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Ellen Huet is a reporter for Bloomberg Business. She is a former staff writer for the San Francisco Chronicle.

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 James Damore was fired this week by Google after his internal memo blasting diversity policies went public and created a firestorm in Silicon Valley. He…

Google memo triggers new controversy about diversity in tech

Photo by Jürgen Plasser James Damore was fired this week by Google after his internal memo blasting diversity policies went public and created a firestorm in Silicon Valley. He…

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Saturday in San Francisco, two passengers were killed and many were injured when an  Asiana Airlines Boeing 777  struck a sea wall at the end of a runway, broke into pieces and caught…

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Saturday in San Francisco, two passengers were killed and many were injured when an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 struck a sea wall at the end of a runway, broke into pieces and caught…

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