• October 20, 2021

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Experian Stock is currently down 6.9% following the news that the company is facing allegations of anti-Semitic conduct in the US.

However, in an interview with the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, the company’s director, Antonio Mazzucato, said the company would defend its practices.

“We believe the allegations are not true, that we did not engage in any anti-Semitism, and that there is no evidence of that,” he said.

“I am confident that we have done all the things that we were asked to do and we will defend ourselves.”

If there is any other way we could defend ourselves, I will do it.

We have to protect the integrity of the project, to the best of my ability.

“In the interview, Mazzuccato also claimed that the Holocaust was not a major factor in his decision to hire the former head of the CIA, John Brennan, to lead the company.”

When I took over as CEO, I did not want a man with a strong anti-Jewish bias.

We did not hire him because he was Jewish, but because he is Jewish and has a strong opinion about the Holocaust,” he told La Repubblica.”

There is no such thing as a Holocaust that did not happen.

The Holocaust did happen, and it is an integral part of the history of mankind.

“The company said it was “extremely concerned” by the accusations against it.”

The accusations that we are the victims of anti ofSemitism are absolutely false,” it said in a statement.”

Experian Stock has never employed any of its employees with anti-Israeli bias or even a clear anti-Zionist bias.

Our actions have always been based on the need to make investments and to achieve profitability, as we believe that is the only way to ensure a successful future for our employees.

“It also claimed it had no involvement in the recruitment of two other senior executives, Richard Holsinger and Martin Gersch, who were fired last week.

Mazzuccone told La Senza that he had spoken to both of the men to find out their motives.”

It is a serious matter.

The allegations are completely baseless.

I had no knowledge of either of these people,” he added.

Mazacomini has been accused of a raft of scandals over the years.

The company has been embroiled in several controversies over the past several years, including a scandal over fake medical tests used in a bid to make an extra €4 billion in bets on football matches in the 1990s.

The scandal led to the resignation of CEO Carlo Bertini.