Ex-Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich’s reign was pretty short-lived. Only two weeks after being appointed as CEO on March 24, he was forced to hand in his resignation. The brevity of his tenure wasn’t due to ...
Brendan Eich has resigned as Mozilla CEO, less than two weeks after his appointment. Eich was widely criticised after it emerged he had made a donation to a political campaign opposing same-sex ...
Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich is under pressure to resign over a donation he made to a political campaign opposing same-sex marriage. Employees and volunteers at the Firefox firm are calling for the ...
Brendan Eich, CEO and co-founder of Brave Software, told The Register in an email that Brave for iOS is presently based on ...
For the CEO of Mozilla, Brendan Eich, to get forced out of Mozilla was disgraceful, too. No one accused him of even a trace of discrimination. He was punished for his private beliefs regarding gay ...
Google Chrome overtook Mozilla Firefox last month to become the world's second most-used desktop internet browser, new ...
Who can forget the chaos visited on Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich for the temerity of making a $1,000 contribution to a California traditional-marriage referendum? Now that Nancy and Chuck ...
Brendan Eich Co-Founder & CEO, Brave He is the Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Brave. & before joining this company he has worked with companies like Mozilla, Netscape, MicroUnity, Silicon ...
Brendan Eich, CEO and cofounder of Brave, compared powerful companies that control the defaults on smartphones to street magicians who fan out cards to pick from but hustle you by forcing a ...
The recent spate of firings for political views deemed reprehensible and the Washington's recent intervention in the Washington Redskins controversy is setting a dangerous precedent -- and creating a ...
Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript and founder of the privacy-focused Brave browser, is a prominent figure in the Web3 space. His tweets cover a wide range of topics, from privacy issues and ...
Speech comes with consequences, but I’m not sure anyone signed up for the idea that a single ill-judged tweet or private remark could cost them their job 365 Bloor Street East, Toronto, Ontario ...