Analyzing Stakeholders: Who has The Money and The Power in The Tech Industry?

Underrepresentation of Hispanics and African Americans is a well-known issue in the tech industry. However, the stakeholders who have the money and the power to fix the problem are not well-known. Congressional government and Tech Companies have the money and the power to increase racial diversity in the tech field by providing resources and programs to attract Hispanics and African Americans into the tech industry.  Continue reading

Diversity Is Best for Business: A Rhetorical Analysis of The Business Case for Diversity in the Tech Industry

Overview of The Article

Is there an equal opportunities to enter the tech industry? Silicon Valley tech industries such as Google, Facebook, and Apple are underrepresenting minorities such as Latinos and African Americans. Although, the problem is obvious, the solution is subtle. Farhad Manjoo, the New York Times of the article “The Business Case for Diversity in the Tech Industry”, brings awareness to readers about the unequal racial statistics in the tech industry and makes an argument that  diversity is a missing link for tech companies to rise up and develop new things. Overall, the article is a credible source and the author is very effective in using rhetorical techniques to bring details about diversity.  Continue reading