Google ordered to pay female executive $1m for gender bias 

Google denies any allegations of gender discrimination or retaliation against Ulku Rowe

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Google ordered to pay female executive $1m for gender bias 
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Google ordered to pay female executive $1m for gender bias 

In a groundbreaking case, Google has been instructed by a jury to compensate senior executive Ulku Rowe with a sum exceeding $1 million, after the jury concluded that the tech giant treated her unfairly based on her gender.  

As reported by Bloomberg Law, the decision, arrived at after more than five hours of deliberation, requires Google to pay Rowe $150,000 for the distress caused by the biased treatment, in addition ...

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