Microsoft shareholder meeting tackles racism, ageism
from USA Today
While Microsoft's annual shareholder meeting was largely a platform for executives to repeat the company's mobile- and cloud-first mantra, the lengthy question and answer session that followed dove into the thorny topics of racism and ageism. Leading off the questions at Microsoft's campus in Redmond, Washington, was Rev. Jesse Jackson, whose Rainbow PUSH coalition has been hammering tech companies for years about the lack of diversity in their workforce ranks.
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