Why do black entrepreneurs get overlooked in tech?
When it comes to the top jobs in America, the top job of African American entrepreneurs is often overlooked.
But the reasons why are a topic for another day.
I started looking into the top companies and companies that were hiring African Americans in 2013.
I found that the average age of African Americans at the top tech companies was 40.
I also found that African Americans make up less than 1% of the U.S. population.
I wondered how many of those companies had started or were actively looking for African Americans.
I then came across this chart that I came across on my way to the website I work for, TechCrunch.
In this chart, I took out the top 20 companies with the highest number of African-Americans on their board.
I included the companies that had a white CEO, and excluded companies that didn’t have any African-American on their executive team.
Then I took the top 200 companies with at least 10 African- Americans on their management teams.
Then, I added the companies with African- American CEO and managers.
The companies that have the most African- americans on their boards and management teams are the companies where the median age of their founders is over 60.
The median age is about 41.
These are the top 100 companies, and they have a median age at the company of over 60 years.
This means that almost half of the companies at the very top of the list are over 60, which is quite a few.
So what can we learn from this chart?
The median ages of founders and managers is very high.
I don’t think that any of us who have been at these companies for years are going to be able to understand the average ages of their founder and managers any better.
But there is a lot of interesting stuff in the data.
What I found interesting is that the companies I listed have very high median ages at the leadership level.
For example, the company with the most executives over 60 was Apple, which had an average age at age 59 of 58.
That was a very high average for a tech company.
I looked at companies with very high CEO ages at age 60, and I found the same pattern.
These companies also have a lot more African- and Latina-American employees than companies with a median average age over 60 like LinkedIn, Uber, Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook.
I also found out that many of these companies are also run by Asian-Americans, which I thought was interesting.
And there are companies that are run by black and Latino men, which are also interesting.
So I looked for companies that started and were active at least half of their CEOs in 2015.
That is what I found, and the median ages for CEOs at those companies were about 50 years old.
I found that there are some other interesting things about these companies.
One interesting thing is that there is more than half of all CEOs at the companies listed that have a background in marketing.
That means that most of these CEOs have a professional background.
So these are companies where people are not going to say that they are “the most experienced CEO on the planet.”
And this is a good thing, because they will have people working on their behalf who will help them develop a brand that they can sell to customers and recruit new customers.
But these companies also seem to be growing.
And some of them have very interesting metrics.
I was surprised to see that Facebook has the lowest number of people in the top leadership roles at the end of 2015.
But Facebook has more than 4 million users.
That’s about 20% of all users in the U and in the world.
The company has about 20 million employees.
But they have about a third of those employees in marketing, which makes sense.
Facebook has about 40% of their users in marketing (which is a great thing).
So if Facebook were to do a big acquisition, it would be very interesting to see what they were looking to do.
But it is not that surprising that the company has such a low number of employees in Marketing, especially since it is a large portion of its users.
And I am not saying that Facebook can’t do a massive acquisition, but this company is not really on the path to that kind of growth.
I am not sure what the big takeaway from this is.
It does not seem like the companies on this list are growing.
They have more than 40% fewer employees than the company that is at the other end of the spectrum.
I am just curious what the trends are going on at these top tech firms.
What I learned is that it is very important for a startup to have the right talent, and if they are not bringing in the right people, then they are going be a failure.
That seems to be what I was learning when I started researching this story.
I think it would help people to understand why companies like Facebook are so successful.
But I also believe that people should