Vice magazine founders apologise over 'boys' club' culture

Media company’s founders acknowledge company has taken action over ‘multiple instances of unacceptable behaviour’

The founders of Vice magazine have apologised for allowing a “boys’ club” culture that allowed sexual harassment to flourish.

After it was revealed that the company had made four settlements over allegations of sexual harassment or defamation against Vice staff, its co-founders, Shane Smith and Suroosh Alvi, released a statement acknowledging that the company had taken action over “multiple instances of unacceptable behaviour”.

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