After a review of its 17,000 employees' salaries, Salesforce revised its payroll to make sure men and women were being paid equally for similar jobs.
Before the controversy that resulted in Tim Wolfe’s resignation as the president of the University of Missouri, there was the…
Seeking religious affirmation from corporate branding is ironic, misguided, and culturally damaging.
There’s a unique perspective to be gained from being in a majority and a minority at the same time.
In a new essay, the former Reddit CEO, Ellen Pao, says the tech industry is out of excuses for its discrimination problems.
What investors can learn from the frenzy around the new technology a century ago
The infant-mortality rate in the U.S. is extremely high, especially considering how much people are spending to give birth.
Critics of the theme-park chain say the move doesn’t go nearly far enough.
The Match Group—parent company of dating brands Match, OkCupid and Tinder—has announced that it’s preparing for an initial public offering…
Six words: the ability to file for bankruptcy.
If he stayed and football players continued to strike, the university stood to lose millions.
For people who paid several thousand dollars extra for a clean-diesel car, the company's $1,000 offering may feel meager.
When it comes to nutrition access, the focus should be on poverty, not grocery-store location.
The doll’s tagline may be “You can be anything” but that’s not what kids will hear.
“We started Never Liked It Anyway to make moving on easier. It’s a place to shed the stories and the stuff.”
The short answer is “No.” But here is why I put the question in that form. Two…
“These activities underpin the economy and financial stability.”
Compared to moms who are working full-time, those who work part-time feel like things are more under control.