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Investor Pundit Thanks God ‘White People Populated America, and Not the Blacks,’ Banned by Networks

Marc Faber can cross “TV pundit” off of his résumé, along with board appointments.

PwC's CEO Tim Ryan: Four Predictions Likely to Shape Business in the Next 12 Months

PwC’s CEO Tim Ryan: Four Predictions Likely to Shape Business in the Next 12 Months

"While making predictions can be risky business, I believe these particular ones are worth noting," writes Ryan.

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Misty Copeland, Stephen Curry Oppose Under Armour's Praise for Trump

“The personal political opinions of Under Armour’s partners and its employees were overshadowed by the comments of its CEO (Kevin Plank),” said Johnson.

Jury Selection Begins in U.S. Case Against Church Shooter

Jury Selection Begins in U.S. Case Against Church Shooter

Dylann Roof faces charges including hate crimes for the murders of nine Black parishioners at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston in 2015.

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Dozens of Investors Say North Carolina Bathroom law ‘Bad for business’

The investors "do not support legislation that limits discrimination protections and hampers the ability of our companies to offer open and productive workplaces and communities."

‘Infants At Work’ Policy Up and Coming in Businesses

The new policy provides more flexible options for working new parents.

Bonnie Watson Coleman shares her beliefs in uniting people, which also provides great insight for diversity practitioners.

VIDEO: Bonnie Watson Coleman—Uniting People Goes Beyond Politics

Uniting people is important for politics, just ask Bonnie Watson Coleman, the New Jersey assemblywoman running to be the first Black woman to represent the Garden State in the House of Representatives. But it's also important for business, and her insights are very informative for diversity practitioners.

Ask the White Guy, Luke Visconti, DiversityInc CEO

Do Ethnic Names Help or Hurt Employment Chances?

Question: This is something I always wanted to ask but couldn't because of the racial thing. What impact does an "ethnically inspired" name have on someone's chances for employment? (i.e. Condoleezza, Oprah ).