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Adan Faudoa landed a job at Pandora, one of the first tech companies to set up shop in Oakland. Pendarvis Harshaw/Youth Radio hide caption

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As Tech Firms Come To Oakland, So Do Hopes Of Racial Diversity

Oakland, Calif., is known for being diverse. The tech industry? Not so much. But there's hope the situation will improve as more tech companies move to Oakland.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan on Tuesday announced the birth of their first child, a daughter named Max, as well as their pledge to donate most of their wealth. The couple is shown here at the White House in September. Molly Riley/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An LLC? It Gives Facebook Founder More Freedom To Meet Philanthropic Goals

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Adan Faudoa landed a job at Pandora, one of the first tech companies to set up shop in Oakland. Pendarvis Harshaw/Youth Radio hide caption

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As Tech Firms Come To Oakland, So Do Hopes Of Racial Diversity

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