1. Shareholders of Google's Parent Company Squash Plan to Disclose its Gender Pay Data

    Shareholders of Google's Parent Company Squash Plan to Disclose its Gender Pay Data

    For the second year in a row, shareholders of Alphabet, the parent company of Google, voted down a proposal asking the tech giant to publish a report on possible pay disparities between its male and female employees. The vote comes at a time when the company is grappling with a federal lawsuit tied to this very issue and as the tech industry faces heightened scrutiny over gender pay, a lack of diversity, and dysfunctional work environments...

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