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July 28, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:34pm

EX-MICROSOFT WORKERS WIN IN COURT CASE OVER STOCK PURCHASES

By CBR Staff Writer

Contract and temporary workers who were employed at Microsoft Corp during the late 1980s have won the latest battle over their entitlement to participate in the company’s stock purchase plan. A San Francisco court found that Microsoft’s reasons for rejecting the workers’ claims to participate were invalid. The action was brought in 1993, and since then, Microsoft has changed the way it hires contract workers, using agencies to handle benefits.

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