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Apparently Google Can’t Afford to Get Pay Gap Data

The Guardian reports that Google has argued that it will cost too much to provide salary records requested by the US Department of Labor, which has accused Google of discrimination against female employees.

Poor excuse, given both the company’s annual income of $28bn and that their self professed mission to “organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible.” Apparently that doesn’t extend to information about the company itself.

Read on the Guardian

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