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Google Reportedly Paid Andy Rubin $90M Despite Charge Of Sexual Misconduct

by cnet.com posted 10months ago 29 views
Google is the latest tech company to face issues around sexual misconduct in the workplace. : Google paid Android creator Andy Rubin $90 million after co-founder Larry Page asked for his resignation following a sexual misconduct accusation, The New York Times reported on Thursday. A Google employee had accused Rubin of coercing her into performing oral sex in a hotel room in 2013. Anonymous sources told the Times that Google investigated the claim and found it to be credible. In 2014, Rubin left the company.

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