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Tesla must release detailed data about the demographic of its workforce after a shareholder resolution won the support of a majority of investors at the electric car manufacturer's annual meeting last week. The resolution came up for a vote days after a court ruled that Tesla must pay $137 million in damages in a racial harassment lawsuit brought by a Black former elevator operator at the company’s factory in Fremont, California.

Tesla must disclose how diverse its workforce and leadership are after shareholder resolution passes

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