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As employees walked out, Google CEO Sundar Pichai apologized again for how it handled sexual misconduct allegations: 'We didn't always get it right' (GOOG, GOOGL)

As employees walked out, Google CEO Sundar Pichai apologized again for how it handled sexual misconduct allegations: 'We didn't always get it right' (GOOG, GOOGL)




Thousands of employees walked out of Google headquarters worldwide on Thursday.




At roughly the same time that the walkouts were finishing up at Google's Silicon Valley HQ, Google CEO Sundar Pichai gave an expansive interview at New York Times DealBook conference in Manhattan.




Pichai said that Google "didn't always get it right" and that the company hopes to do better when it comes to dealing with issues of sexual misconduct.



The same day that thousands of employees walked out of Google headquarters in protest of sexual misconduct allegations against company executives, Google CEO Sundar Pichai gave an expansive interview at New York Times Dealbook conference in New York.
“How do you feel…right this second, when you see these headlines, what are you thinking?” asked New York Times editor at large Andrew Ross Sorkin on stage at the conference.
“This anger and frustration within the company — we all feel it,” said Pichai. “I feel it too. At Google we set a high bar and we clearly didn’t live up to our expectations. The first thing is to acknowledge and apologize for past actions. Words alone aren’t enough, you have to follow up with actions.”
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