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The State Street Corp., a financial services organization, commissioned the famous "Fearless Girl" statue on Wall Street to promote female involvement in corporate leadership. Now, that same organization has agreed to pay women and African-American executives $5 million after the Department of Labor found that it had systematically underpaid them. State Street denies any wrongdoing.
Three women have filed a discrimination lawsuit against Google. The lawsuit alleges that Google paid these women less than male employees, and that they did not have the same opportunities for advancement as men within the company.
A group of workers recently accused Walmart of punishing them for taking sick time. Among the allegations are instances of the company refusing to accept doctors' notes, penalizing workers for taking care of sick family members and other instances of punishing employees for lawful absences.
Versace, who has a reputation for producing clothing for Hollywood's best and those with funds to afford the finest, is now fighting allegations of discrimination that could tarnish its reputation.