Google to pay $118 million to 15,500 women in gender-discrimination case; Ed-tech company's co-founder threatens teachers with 'blacklisting'

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Google has agreed to pay $118 million to settle a class-action gender discrimination lawsuit with around 15,500 women, according to a statement from the law firms representing the women. Meanwhile, The UK's competition regulator wants to investigate how Apple and Google use their mobile phone dominance to kill competition. And an ed-tech company's co-founder wants to blacklist teachers if they seek better prospects, ET reports