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Protestors block several Microsoft employee shuttles in Seattle

11
Feb
2014

A group of protestors in Seattle attempted to block several Microsoft employee shuttles from leaving their pickups earlier today and accused the company of gentrifying a local neighborhood. That shuttle service brings Microsoft employees from nearby areas to its headquarters in nearby Redmond, though that process was held up for about 45 minutes by the group, reports Capitol Hill Seattle. They were also handing out printed material accusing Microsoft of driving up the cost of living and creating deep socioeconomic rifts. Microsoft has more than 40,000 employees in Washington State, with most of those living near its campus in Redmond.

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