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If companies are not careful about how messages regarding workplace harassment are communicated, and don’t first take the time to think about how some workers will perceive them, it can actually create the very problem they're trying to avoid, says Jack Schaedel of Scali Rasmussen.
A former executive at Fox accused the company of firing her after she complained she was harassed with sexist comments by her supervisor and a company-sponsored executive coach who told her to “lift her skirt,” according to a suit filed in California state court Friday.
The D.C. federal judge overseeing the government's challenge to AT&T Inc.'s proposed $85 billion purchase of Time Warner Inc. ordered the U.S. Department of Justice on Monday to ask several third parties for permission to turn over information they provided in past merger investigations.
The American Cable Association urged the Federal Communications Commission to examine the recently expired conditions on Comcast's purchase of NBCUniversal and implement new rules to deter the anti-competitive impacts of AT&T’s $85.4 billion pending merger with Time Warner.
Premium TV content company Starz Entertainment LLC is urging the Federal Communications Commission to ding an Altice unit for dropping 16 channels from its New York City-area cable offerings without first extending a 30-day notice period to subscribers.