Ellen Pao

Ellen Pao Appeals Order to Pay Kleiner Perkins $276,000

The former venture capitalist, who just stepped down as CEO of Reddit, was ordered to pay trial costs related to the discrimination case she lost this year.

Kia Kokalitcheva

· 2 min read

Ellen Pao's Tenure at Reddit May Be Over, But the Drama Isn't

Major players continue to very publicly stir the pot.

Laura Entis

· 5 min read

Reddit's Chief Engineer Quits After Losing Faith in Site's Direction

'There are some very aggressive implied promises being made to the community,' Bethanye Blount said, according to a report.

Steve Dent

· 3 min read

Can Reddit Save Itself by Going Back to the Future?

Ellen Pao's departure as CEO is just part of the upheaval the site has been going through as it tries to grow up. But is that even possible?

Mathew Ingram

· 6 min read

Ellen Pao Resigns as CEO of Reddit

The embattled exec has faced heavy criticism for her leadership of the social news platform.

· 1 min read

Why Reddit Needs to Replace Ellen Pao as CEO

Reddit's CEO has lost her most important constituency: the company's vibrant community.

Ray Hennessey

· 7 min read

Ellen Pao Will Appeal Gender Discrimination Case Against Kleiner

Meanwhile, the venture capital firm is seeking to recover nearly $1 million in litigation costs.

Reuters

· 2 min read

Kleiner Perkins Cleared of Gender Bias in Pao Case; Jury Ordered to Deliberate Retaliation Claim

A California jury was ordered to resume deliberations on one of the four claims brought by Pao against the VC firm.

· 3 min read