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Google To Offer Free Web Access To Public Housing Residents

Google is now opening up its Fiber Internet network to public housing residents free of charge, the company publicly announced Wednesday, July, 15, 2015. The arrangement is in conjunction to Google’s partnership with the newly developed program ConnectHome, recently launched by the White House to bring Internet access to low-income families. The service will initially be …

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Honda To Pay $25 Million Over ‘Discrimination’

Japanese automaker Honda has agreed to pay $25 million to settle a U.S. lawsuit claiming the automaker discriminated against minority buyers by overcharging them for auto loans, U.S. authorities announced. According to the U.S. Department of Justice and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, American Honda Finance Corporation, a branch of Honda based in California, generally …

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‘Wage Gap Discount’ for Women

M’lady’s Records in Portland, Oregon, is protesting the gender wage gap by offering female customers a 23% discount on mail orders. In a Facebook post, the company stated, “ALL MAILORDER placed by women living in America will be 77% of the listed price, to reflect the current gap in wage equality in this messed-up work …

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