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Judge allows gender-bias case against Microsoft to proceed

SEATTLE (AP) — A federal judge has allowed a class-action lawsuit alleging gender discrimination by Microsoft to proceed. The ruling sets into motion what could be months of wrangling over what documents Microsoft and the plaintiffs must turn over and the roster of outside experts both can ask to weigh in.
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