Former Anheuser-Busch VP sues for gender discrimination

Trial will highlight issues of unequal pay for women executives

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St. Louis brewer Anheuser-Busch is now facing a lawsuit for alleged gender discrimination brought by Francine Katz, who was the company’s vice president of communications and consumer affairs until she resigned in 2008.

In fact, Katz was the company’s highest ranking female executive, but claims to have been underpaid compared to her male predecessor and other top male executives at the company.

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