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NYT Female Golf Writer Admonished For Voicing Opposition To Augusta National’s Gender Discrimination Policy

Augusta National golf club has never admitted a woman member it its history, but that gender discrimination policy is being put to the test this week. IBM, a sponsor of The Masters golf tournament which Augusta National is hosting, has a female chief executive – Virginia Rometty. (IBM’s prior four male CEOs were all given [...]
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