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28 January 2019
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Author: Business Insider France

« Oracle a sous-payé des femmes et employés issus de minorités à hauteur de 401 M$, selon le ministère américain du Travail », 23 janvier 2019...

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23 January 2019

USA: Labour Department sues tech firm Oracle over underpaying women & minority workers by $400m

Author: Chris Opfer & Paige Smith, Bloomberg Law

"Oracle Owes $400M to Women, Black, Asian Workers, DOL Says (1)", 22 January 2019...

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9 November 2017
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Author: Radios Libres.net

“Democratizar la palabra (digital) – Investigación” – 1 de noviembre de 2017...

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2 May 2017

USA: Palantir to pay $1.7 million to settle govt. lawsuit alleging discrimination against Asian job applicants

Author: Sam Levin, Guardian (UK)

"Palantir to pay $1.7m over accusation it discriminates against Asian applicants", 26 Apr 2017...

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24 February 2017

CEO activism & the impact of social media in the Trump era

Author: Jena McGregor, The Washington Post (USA)

“The Cost Of Silence: Why More CEOs Are Speaking Out In The Trump Era”, 21 Feb 2017  ...

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28 January 2017

Silicon Valley’s responses to Trump’s immigration executive orders, from strongest to weakest

Author: The Verge

Silicon Valley CEOs entered the debate over President Donald Trump’s immigration policy this weekend, offering criticisms of the seven-country immigration ban and in some cases outlining plans to support the employees it affects. The responses range...

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19 January 2017

USA: Govt. agency sues Oracle America over alleged racial & gender discrimination in compensation & hiring practices

Author: Ali Breland, The Hill (USA)

"Department of Labor sues Oracle for discrimination", 18 Jan 2017...

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10 January 2017
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Author: Pieterjan Van Leemputten, Le Vif (Belgique)

« Quelles entreprises internet respectent-elles le plus l'environnement? », 10 janvier 2017...

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22 December 2016

USA: Tech companies say they would oppose Trump's proposed Muslim immigrant registry

2678 employees of tech companies took a stance on the proposed Muslim registry, vowed to protect privacy & engage in responsible whistleblowing and Microsoft, Apple, Google, Lyft, Automattic, and Uber have all stated publicly they would not...

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21 December 2016

US tech firms say they will not help govt. build registry of Muslims, if asked

Author: Nick Statt, Verge (USA)

Apple, Google, and Uber join list of tech companies refusing to build Muslim registry, 16 Dec 2016...

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