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Shareholders suing Google for covering harassment cases

Shareholders suing Google for covering harassment cases

Some shareholders are suing the parent company Google, Alphabet, for covering the sexual harassment perpetrated by two former managers, and guaranteed them a million dollar severance package. Shareholders, in two lawsuits filed in American courts this week, contend that the Board of Directors meets economically damage alleged violation of his fiduciary duties.

The manager in question are the Daddy of Android, Andy Rubin, Google's mobile Division until 2014, and Amit Singhal, head of the research unit until 2016. The case had exploded the media last October, with a survey by the New York Times. Google on the two investigations manager, highlight the causes, credible allegations of sexual harassment have evaluated. Is Rubin who Singhal, in recent months, have rejected the charges.

In cases calling for unspecified damages, restitution of severance pay and also a change of pace for Google, in governance and supervision, so as to better respond to any future problems of conduct in the workplace.

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