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  • 01 Sep 2006

Deutsche urged to settle discrimination lawsuit

The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) has found evidence that Deutsche Bank discriminated against a group of female staff, and has urged the bank to settle the victims' claims or face an EEOC lawsuit.

Last week, the EEOC, the US agency responsible for ...

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