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Kubica was stopped by the sport’s governing body on Jan. 8 while driving an Italian rally car. He was injured in a rally crash in 2005 and needs a replacement lower part of his left leg to walk again.
Red Bull Racing team chief Christian Horner says the test could be an opportunity for Kubica to see the team’s car.
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CCTV footage of the incident was shared with the MailOnline on Monday.
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The Oakland County, Mich., Circuit Court is yet to accept the settlement from one of the most controversial figures in tech. The court has to sign off to seal the deal.
The settlement was in response to a lawsuit filed by a former senior vice president at Ballmer’s company. Internal emails obtained by the plaintiff show how the company failed to identify that the employee was getting older and how it failed to encourage her to look for a more suitable position. The former employee was 60 at the time.
“It’s been a long journey, but I’m happy to put this behind me,” said the employee’s attorney, Jessa Johnson. “I’m ecstatic that this is over. At the end of the day, this is all about the plaintiff and her need to be compensated for the discrimination she suffered.”
Ballmer received a waiver of attorneys’ fees from the employee’s lawyers, just under $200,000 in addition to a $500,000 payment. The former employee retired from Microsoft in August, three months before the lawsuit was filed.
“Steve Ballmer has a long and storied career at Microsoft, during which he has made tremendous contributions to our company and our industry,” Microsoft said in a statement. “We regret that he found himself in this situation and we’re pleased that this matter has now been resolved.”
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