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When Employees ‘Do No Evil,’ Google Fires Them

The company is being sued by former employees for breaching its famous (and now removed) code of conduct

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Despite adopting the mantra “Don’t Be Evil” as part of its company code of conduct for the best part of 20 years, it appears Google is guilty of being evil now and again. This should come as no surprise — very…

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