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Google’s Alphabet Settles With Shareholders Over Payoffs To Execs Accused Of Harassment – HuffPost

Android creator Andy Rubin, accused of sexual harassment, was given a severance package worth $240 million, according to the lawsuit.

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Google’s parent, Alphabet, has settled a lawsuit with angry shareholders after the company made lucrative severance deals with executives accused of sexual harassment.
As part of the settlement, Alphabet has agreed to expand its policy of prohibiting severance for those terminated for misconduct to include anyone under investigation for “sexual misconduct or retaliation,” according to a company blog post.
In addition, Alphabet will commit $310 million to corporate diversity programs over the n…

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