SAN FRANCISCO, March 3- Venture capitalist John Doerr on Tuesday sought to fend off allegations of sexism at his firm, Kleiner Perkins Caufield& Byers, in a gender discrimination lawsuit targeting the firm, insisting he had been a strong advocate for women there. But he also had to handle questions- from whether he had denied former Kleiner Perkins partner Ellen...» Read More
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