Microsoft received 238 discrimination and harrassment complaints since 2010 ,

Female Microsoft employees filed 238 internal complaints about gender discrimination or sexual harassment between 2010 and 2016, according to documents recently made public in an ongoing court case. Compiled by Reuters, the documents show a string of internal complaints that plaintiffs allege are the results of persistent pay discrimination issues. Microsoft’s internal review found that only one

Trump White House blocks Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm ,

SAN FRANCISCO — President Trump has blocked Singapore-based Broadcom’s proposed $117 billion takeover of U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm for national security reasons. In the order released Monday night, Trump cited “credible evidence” that the takeover “threatens to impair the national security of the United States.” Coming just hours after Broadcom CEO Hock Tan met with security officials at the Pentagon

This stock could be like buying Amazon for $3.19

Facebook’s Billionaire CEO Mark Zuckerberg stunned investors with his bold claim about a radical tech breakthrough. Zuckerberg said this tech is “the coolest thing I’ve ever seen.” And Zuckerberg is putting his money where his mouth is…he’s already invested $2.3 billion to get in early. Now, I don’t have to tell you that some of

Alicia Vikander leaps into action as Lara Croft in a ‘Tomb Raider’ for the Time’s Up era ,

LOS ANGELES – Alicia Vikander had just wrapped her exhausting 100-day Tomb Raider shoot last June when she decided to catch the summer movie sensation Wonder Woman for rest and relaxation. Seeing Gal Gadot’s powerful Diana Prince at the center of the superhero world knocked Vikander out. “I was amazed, I watched a battle scene onscreen with only women and realized that it was so

Meghan Markle joins queen in first official appearance together

Meghan Markle carried out her first royal engagement with Britain’s Queen Elizabeth for an annual Commonwealth service at Westminster Abbey. Rough cut (no reporter narration). Video provided by Reuters Newslook Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Charles, his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at the Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 12,

Musical director James Levine fired by Met Opera for ‘sexually abusive’ conduct

Acclaimed conductor James Levine was fired Monday by the Metropolitan Opera after an investigation uncovered credible evidence of “sexually abusive” conduct. In a statement on its website, the Met said it was “terminating” its relationship with Levine as Music Director Emeritus and artistic director of its young artist program. Levine was suspended by the Met in December pending the

TV tonight: ‘The Fosters’ makes it to 100 episodes

The Fosters Freeform, 8 ET/PT The Fosters have been through quite a lot to get here, but the family drama celebrates its 100th episode tonight. The milestone episode leans into the show’s strengths, bringing the romance and drama when it sends Stef (Teri Polo) and Lena (Sherri Saum) on a couples retreat to reconnect. Brandon (David