Bloomberg vows to release three women from NDAs after getting torn apart over the agreements

  The Sun 

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PRESIDENTIAL hopeful Mike Bloomberg has back-flipped on his refusal to legally release women from Non-Disclosure Agreements they signed while working for him. Bloomberg bowed to pressure on Friday after he was grilled by fellow presidential wannabes at the Democratic Debate in Nevada on Wednesday, most notably Senator Elizabeth Warren. AP:Associated Press In a statement posted […]
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