NEW YORK (Reuters) - A female executive at billionaire Steven A. Cohen's Point72 Asset Management on Monday filed a lawsuit accusing the fund management firm of operating as a "boys' club" where women are subjected to a hostile working environment, paid less than men, and kept from advancing their careers. (Reuters US News) More
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