GC Cheat Sheet: The hottest business news of the week

By Sue Reisinger (June 10, 2022, 4:00 p.m. EDT) – In a series of changes aimed at attracting and retaining employees, Microsoft is removing non-competition clauses from its employment contracts, publicly disclosing salary ranges in job postings, is conducting a civil rights investigation, auditing and removing nondisclosure clauses from his settlement and separation agreements. And a corruption expert this week described how many corporate employees can obtain and use corporate funds to finance illegal business schemes.

Here are some of the stories from the corporate legal news you may have missed in the past week.

Microsoft says it won’t enforce US worker non-competition

Microsoft Corp. announced a series of changes to his job in the United States…

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