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A Window Onto America

The Woman Who Called Out Silicon Valley In a sweeping, exclusive interview (page 78), Silicon Valley veteran Ellen Pao opens up to editor-at-large Kimberly Weisul about her experience running Reddit, her groundbreaking lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins, the #MeToo movement, the prospect of regulating tech

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