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Google calls The New York Times' report that female Google employees make less than men 'extremely flawed' (GOOG)

Google pushed back on a New York Times report Friday that showed a gender pay gap within the company based on data compiled by employees in a shared internal spreadsheet. The spreadsheet, which had been circulated within the company since 2015, contained salary information from about 1,200 US Google employees, or 2% of the company, according to the report. Google employees were encouraged to share their salaries so their colleagues could negotiate better pay.
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