The story, as you may recall from my ZipDialog post (here), is that the company that erected inspiring statue of “Fearless Girl” on Wall Street just settled a pay-discrimination charge by the US government.
The allegation is that they paid women and black executives less than their white counterparts. It didn’t seem to matter if they were fearless or not.
The settlement amount was trivial for a large financial corporation like State Street.
But the irony is rich.
I created a picture about it, wrote the post, and linked to it on Twitter. When the New York Times ran its story on the episode today, they included my tweet just below the story itself on their website. Many thanks to Carol Felsenthal for letting me know.