Citigroup rejects discrimination claims as lawsuit launched


NEW YORK – Citigroup has been accused of gender bias by a group of six current and former employees, who have launched a class action lawsuit against the bank.

The women claim the bank suffers from a "boys' club" mentality that resulted in "pervasive discrimination and retaliation." Their suit argues that "women are denied equal terms and conditions of employment that are provided to similarly situated male employees."

Of the six women, five formerly worked in the public finance department of the

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