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Goldman Sachs will reevaluate Apple Card credit line limits after claims of gender bias

AppleInsider Tuesday, 12 November 2019
Responding to claims that a gender bias is instituted when processing Apple Card applications, Apple banking partner Goldman Sachs on Monday said it is prepared to reevaluate credit lines for customers who expected higher limits.
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News video: Goldman Sachs Under Investigation Over Gender Discrimination Claims Involving Apple Card

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An investigation has been launched into Goldman Sachs and its administration of Apple's new credit card after company co-founder Steve Wozniak and others said they were given much higher credit limits than their wives despite similar financial profiles. (11/11/19)

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