Black Executive Sues Fox Sports for Discrimination
Jerry Davis, a former Black executive at Fox Sports Corporate Group, is suing the company for “favoring the hiring and/or promotion of non-Black and non-minority employees at senior levels." Davis says the division of Fox employs 34 executives above the VP level and none are Black. (Photo: Courtesy FOX Sports)
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