The deals have been a source of fierce criticism from rival U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren, who called on Bloomberg to exempt women from the deals during the presidential debate in Las Vegas on Wednesday and again in a televised city hall on Thursday, and said she had crafted a “liberation and pact” that the former New York city mayor could use. The former New York City mayor said in a statement Friday that his company had reviewed agreements over the past 30 years and identified three women who complained about the comments he allegedly made. . Bloomberg said his company would no longer use confidentiality agreements to resolve complaints in the future. “I`ve been thinking a lot about this issue over the past few days and I`ve decided that as long as I`m running the company, we won`t offer confidentiality agreements to resolve complaints of sexual harassment or misconduct in the future,” he said. .