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Men threaten discrimination suit against N.M. Lottery
Sales representatives say they were forced out because of age Two sales representatives who resigned Friday from the New Mexico Lottery said they were forced out by being given more work so they could be replaced by younger employees with lower pay. The two men, Ken Dahlstrom, 61, and Jack Minter, 67, said they are considering an age-discrimination lawsuit against the lottery. Both men have worked at the lottery since its inception in 1996. Dahlstrom and Minter said they were not fired or ...
Apr 14, 2007, 5:50 pm - Lottery News forum

Ontario Lottery chief fired
The head of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation was dismissed from the scandal-plagued organization on Friday, according to CBC News. CEO Duncan Brown was escorted out of the lottery corporation's offices in Toronto, two sources told the CBC, speaking on condition of anonymity. Repeated calls to officials at the lottery corporation went unanswered Friday. The dismissal follows allegations that several lottery clerks stole winning tickets from unsuspecting customers and cashed in ...
Mar 24, 2007, 6:12 am - Lottery News forum

BETonSPORTS Fires Jailed CEO
Wagering firm distances itself from colorful founder and Costa Rica Embattled online gambling firm BETonSPORTS dealt its incarcerated chief executive out of the game with a terse announcement Tuesday that David Carruthers has been terminated. The company also put some distance between its operations and BETonSPORTS founder Gary Stephen Kaplan, who was charged with 20 felony violations and is currently on the lam. Mr. Carruthers, who was arrested in a U.S. dragnet nine days ago as he cha ...
Jul 26, 2006, 3:17 pm - Lottery News forum

Ex-lottery employee claims bias complaint led to firing
A former Texas Lottery employee who was fired in June shortly after receiving an excellent performance evaluation has sued the $3.5 billion agency, claiming she was fired because she complained about national origin discrimination. Former administrative assistant Cynthia Suarez, who is Hispanic, claimed in the lawsuit filed Thursday that the lottery's human resources director often criticized, belittled and yelled at her in a hostile and belligerent manner. She also claimed she was deni ...
Jan 31, 2006, 8:15 am - Lottery News forum