Google agreed to pay $118 million as part of a settlement of a gender discrimination case but didn’t admit to any wrongdoing in the class action lawsuit filed by three women in 2017. The former Google employees alleged that the company, which is a unit of Alphabet Inc., put them in lower job levels than equally qualified men, which led to lower pay and that it denied them promotions that would...
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What a week! Tech business news has been relatively scarce in recent days—but today’s Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade will have repercussions for all businesses. For the tech industry, which has been spreading outside the San Francisco Bay Area and New York for the past couple of years as remote work has become widely available, the ruling makes operating in states with abortion...
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