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4/12/2016
02:05 PM
Kelly Sheridan
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Microsoft, Facebook Say They Pay Women, Men Equally

Microsoft, Facebook, Expedia, and Intel claim they pay men and women equally, but the tech industry has a long way to go.

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tjgkg,
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4/14/2016 | 9:50:16 AM
Re: Good news, Bad News
Completely agree. So many issues make the headlines today that cause more division than unity. If we start getting on with things as a fact of life instead of a headline, things would be a lot better.
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4/13/2016 | 8:06:38 PM
Good news, Bad News
I'm glad equal pay is happening, but sorry that it makes headlines.

It should just be a fact of business life by now.
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