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(Reuters) - The United States Women's National Team Players Association (USWNTPA) on Wednesday labelled the U.S. Soccer Federation's offer of identical contract proposals for both the men's and women's teams as a nothing more than a publicity stunt.
(Reuters) -Activision Blizzard Inc on Tuesday forecast current-quarter adjusted revenue above estimates, as it expects demand for its popular franchises "Call of Duty" and "Candy Crush" to remain strong, sending its shares 4% higher in extended trading.
(Reuters) - The U.S. women's national team (USWNT) on Friday filed an opening brief in the appeal of their lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation (USSF), saying the decision to dismiss it was based on flawed legal reasoning.
Moore has been vocal about fighting for equal pay for women and attending women's marches.
Alphabet Inc’s Google failed to persuade a US judge to block class-action status for a gender-pay disparity lawsuit brought on behalf of almost 11,000 women.
A cross-party group of European lawmakers called on Friday for an EU ban on artificial intelligence (AI) systems that detect and label people according to gender or sexuality, saying the technology was ripe for abuse and could fuel discrimination.
(Reuters) -The U.S. women's national team can proceed with their appeal over claims for equal pay after a judge on Monday approved a settlement between the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and the players over working conditions.
(Reuters) - U.S. women's national soccer team forward Megan Rapinoe fired back at Warriors forward Draymond Green on Wednesday, saying the basketball player should have been better educated on the issue of gender pay equity when he accused female athletes of only "complaining."
(Reuters) - U.S. women's national soccer team star Megan Rapinoe renewed her call for gender pay equity on Wednesday, appearing before a congressional panel and pledging to "carry this torch" alongside her teammates.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -President Joe Biden will host groundbreaking members of the U.S. Women’s national soccer team at the White House on Wednesday as part of his push to secure better pay for American women, who earn 82 cents on average for every dollar earned by men.