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The complaint asks Pinterest to change its corporate governance policies to require its directors and executives to train yearly on diversity, sexual harassment, antidiscrimination and affirmative action. (Photo: mama_mia/Shutterstock.com)

After multiple employees said they were underpaid and ousted because of their race or gender, a shareholder says Pinterest needs to be held liable for its discrimination and reform its corporate practices.

In a 105-page complaint filed in the District of Delaware Tuesday against Pinterest Inc., shareholder Joel Mosquera accused CEO and President Benjamin Silbermann, CFO Todd Morgenfeld and seven other board members of keeping company leadership an all-white “boy’s club.” The lawsuit demanded extensive changes to company bylaws.

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