Digital publisher owned by Hearst and Verizon accused of racism, misogyny [telecom]

By Keith J. Kelly
A pop culture digital publisher owned by Hearst and Verizon is the
latest company to be blasted as hypocritical after declaring public
support for nationwide racial injustice protests.
Complex Networks, which runs music, pop-culture, shopping and food
sites, was slammed Friday as "not a safe space" for women or
minorities to work by former staffer Tiffany Wines, who complained
about a bullying boss and drug-laced cookies.
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