Prosecutors allege that real estate "visionary" Shray Goel and an accomplice decided who to scam in part based on racial prejudices.
“I’m in my mid-20s and this is quite bizarre for me. Back in school, I used to be invisible to guys like them.”
The Virginia-based IT and staffing company first claimed a junior employee did it, then changed it to former employee. Its Twitter page, Facebook page, and company website have all been disabled.
‘I Didn’t Have the Right Face’: Tech CEO Says He Was Forced Out for Acting Like a Tech CEO Despite Not Being White
The Asian-American former CEO and co-founder of Iterable alleges in a new lawsuit that the board used a single microdosing incident to mask over the real reason they wanted him gone: He didn’t look the part.
They’ll still be placed on unpaid leave with Singapore Airlines, though, and will have to apply for ground positions.
"This report marks a signal for change in the industry."
Nicole Gililland’s case could be the first of its kind: a win for sex workers who are discriminated against at school and work.
The desire to swim didn’t change my address or income, and it certainly did nothing for the hours it tacked onto my wash days. But I’m finally returning to the pool.
A survey of sex workers shows that 90 percent experienced detrimental effects to their livelihoods after the credit card company implemented stricter rules for the adult industry.
A new policy at Cal State University is trying to change that, but they’re getting major pushback from a powerful Hindu American advocacy group.
The couple was told their Jewish faith didn’t align with the agency’s belief system, according to a lawsuit they filed.
Sruthy Sithara became the first Indian to win a pageant that celebrates trans activism across the world.