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From: Sr K4/21/2022 1:08:53 PM
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Activision Blizzard Plans to Add Two Women to Its Board

Move comes after allegations of sexual misconduct at the videogame maker, which has agreed to be bought by Microsoft

Activision Blizzard Inc. plans to add two women to its board of directors.PHOTO: XING YUN/COSTFOTO/DDP/ZUMA PRESS

By Will Feuer

and Sarah E. Needleman

Updated Apr. 21, 2022 11:59 am ET

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Activision Blizzard said it is moving to add two women to its board of directors, months after allegations of workplace discrimination and a toxic culture at the videogame company led to lawsuits and federal investigations.

The company said it has elected Lulu Cheng Meservey, a communications executive at newsletter platform Substack, to the board and plans to nominate Bacardi Ltd. executive Kerry Carrto the board at the company’s 2022 annual meeting. Current board members Hendrik J. Hartong III and Casey Wasserman won’t stand for re-election, the company said.

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