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Randi Zuckerberg On Women In Tech: It's 'Complicated'

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Twitter made its public debut this week, but there was criticism, too. There are no women on its board of directors. Facebook also drew criticism last year when it went public with an all-male board of directors. Host Arun Rath talks with Randi Zuckerberg, CEO of Zuckerberg Media, former marketing director of Facebook, and sister of Mark Zuckerberg, about the lack of women in high-level positions in Silicon Valley and about her new book Dot Complicated: Untangling our Wired Lives.
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