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Engineer Loses Sexual Discrimination Case Against Boeing

A judge ruled in Boeing's favor after a former employee accused the aerospace giant of denying her five promotions because she was a woman.

Engineer Loses Sexual Discrimination Case Against Boeing

An engineer who claimed the Boeing Company fired her becuase she was a woman lost her lawsuit this week, the OC Weekly reports.

In a case filed in March 2009, Marian Wu alleged the aerospace giant denied her five separate promotions because she was a woman and gave them to male colleagues.

Boeing, which has a Seal Beach facility that designs and builds satellites and experimental space systems, denied the charges and asked a U.S. District Court Judge for a ruling in their favor.

And this week, a judge at the Ronald Reagan Federal Court House in Santa Ana did just that.

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