Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, the head of activism blizzard is stepping down as the company deals with the ongoing fallout of sexual harassment allegations. The company announced Tuesday that president Jay Ellen Brack was leaving to pursue new opportunities with Jenna O'Neil and Mike Ibarra stepping up as co-leaders the developer behind huge franchises, including call of duty and world of Warcraft is currently facing claims of sexual harassment and a [00:00:30] frat boy workplace culture under a lawsuit brought by the state of California. Us labor officials say Amazon interfered with a vote to unionize by staff in Alabama employee at Amazon's specimen warehouse voted on unionizing in April with the union movement, eventually losing two to one, but in findings released Tuesday, the national labor relations board said Amazon interfered with the fair conditions of the elections. In one case by installing a post box under surveillance cameras, [00:01:00] the board has recommended a re Amazon said it intends to appeal. Microsoft will now require all employees and visitors to its us campuses to show proof of vaccination starting next month. The company also delayed its return to office to October joining a raft of tech companies like apple and Google who have pushed back a return to in-person work. The changes come as the us faces a sharp increase in COVID cases.
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