Articles by: Kaitlyn D'Onofrio
Kaitlyn D'Onofrio is associate editor at DiversityInc.
The president called it “sad” that America’s history — the part engrained in a legacy of slavery and racism — was “being ripped apart.”
The president that prided himself on being a businessman rather than a politician could not keep his business councils together.
The tweet has been liked more than 4 million times.
The First Amendment does not protect employees who engage in white supremacy activities, experts suggest.
Which CEOs have — and have not — responded to President Trump’s handling of Charlottesville?
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said that by not immediately rebuking white supremacists, President Trump “missed a critical opportunity to help bring our country together.”
Executives are making quick decisions in a critical time for business leaders — but not all statements are equal.
“There are grants available, and we’ll do everything we can to help. Unless they’re a sanctuary city,” said Georgia Rep. Buddy Carter.
Amid employees’ fear of harassment, Google CEO Sundar Pichai cancelled the scheduled companywide meeting to address James Damores’ sexist memo.
James Damore, who said in an interview he feels “betrayed” by the tech giant, also filed a complaint against his former employer.
After attending one of Google’s diversity programs James Damore said in an interview with a conservative YouTube channel, “There’s just so much hypocrisy in the things they are saying.”
The move by the company has sparked debate about First Amendment rights and corporate discrimination policies.
CEO Sundar Pichai said “much of what was in” misogynistic memo from engineer “is fair to debate, regardless of whether a vast majority … disagree,” but said language “advancing harmful gender stereotypes” was “not OK.” The employee reportedly has been fired.
Top leaders at the company demonstrated their own worst practices by hiding behind a statement from their brand new head of diversity, who has only been on the job for a couple of weeks.
Trump continued whining about the wall despite the Mexican president’s clear opposition.
Forty-one cases in the city have been dropped after more body cam footage suggests officers may have been planting evidence; hundreds are under review.
The show’s themes will stand in stark contrast with those to be depicted in “Confederate,” which depicts a nation where slavery is a modern institution.