Bloomberg won't release women from nondisclosure agreementsPosted: Updated:
NEW YORK (AP) - Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg won't release women who worked for his company from confidentiality agreements regarding allegations of a hostile work environment.
Bloomberg said Wednesday on ABC's “The View” that the company has nothing to hide and signed “very few” such agreements.
His Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren has called on him to release people from agreements that control what they can talk about.
Her comments follow an ABC News report on lawsuits accusing Bloomberg of making crude comments in the 1990s. He denies the allegations. The billionaire former New York City mayor runs a financial data and media company bearing his name.
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