11:53AM Friday 11 January
A new lawsuit against Alphabet’s directors is thick with sex, lies and shenanigans but its ultimate goal is to shake up its smug board of directors and end the company’s founder-led control. Read More »
159 Days Ago Google-parent company Alphabet has been sued by a shareholder for allegedly covering up sexual misconduct claims levied against senior executives. According to CNBC, citing a lawsuit filed in California’s San Mateo County on January 10th, 2019, Alphabet’s board of directors’ “wrongful conduct allowed the illegal conduct to proliferate and continue.” “As such, members of Alphabet’s...
159 Days Ago Shareholders today filed a lawsuit against Google parent company Alphabet, arguing that the company had breached its duty to shareholders when it approved large exit packages for former executives after determining that there were credible allegations of sexual misconduct.
159 Days Ago A shareholder for Google's parent company Alphabet has sued the tech giant, accusing it of covering up sexual harassment claims against some of its top executives.
159 Days Ago The lawsuit against Alphabet’s board alleges that Google leadership’s misconduct has caused “severe financial and reputational damage” to the company. A Google shareholder sued the board of the search giant’s parent company, Alphabet, accusing the company’s co-founders of mishandling sexual misconduct claims against several high-powered former executives.
159 Days Ago Investors accuse Alphabet's board of directors of failing their duties.
159 Days Ago Two investors bring 2 new lawsuits in the wake of scandal involving Andy Rubin.
159 Days Ago A shareholder lawsuit claims the directors of Google’s parent company approved a payout for Andy Rubin, who was accused of sexual harassment, in order to “keep the matter quiet.”
155 Days Ago Last week we wrote about a pair of new lawsuits against Google’s parent company, Alphabet, alleging that the board acted improperly in which it agreed to pay out tens of millions of dollars to executives who had been found to have committed sexual misconduct.