Disclosures made following a shareholder lawsuit show two Google executives accused of sexual assault received $135 million in exit packages

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Following a shareholder lawsuit, Google has made available documents related to the exit of two former executives, Andy Rubin and Amit Singhal, accused of sexual assault. Minutes from compensation committee meetings show that no reference to the sexual assault allegation was made when the departures of the two executives were discussed. The lack of attention paid by Google’s board to the allegations is in contrast with the result of an internal investigation which found the allegations made against Andy Rubin to be credible.

 The Wall Street Journal, Rob Copeland, March 4th 2019