Amazon is expected to pay nearly $10.5 billion to resolve its sexual discrimination claims against former employees, the company said on Monday.
In a filing with the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, the tech giant said it would pay $9.5 million to settle the class-action lawsuit and pay $5.7 million to each of the two women who filed it.
The settlement is the largest in Amazon’s history, the Seattle Times reported.
Amazon said the women have agreed to share confidential information.
Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Amazon was the subject of a sexual harassment lawsuit from former employees in 2014.
The case was settled out of court.
The court papers do not specify the amount the settlement is seeking, but Amazon has previously said it is seeking more than $20 million.
Amazon had been under fire in the past year for the way it handles claims of sexual harassment and discrimination against employees.
The company’s board met in late May and approved the $19.9 billion purchase of Whole Foods.