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Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer came under fire for acknowledging corporate America’s very apparent lack of diversity.
The former sergeant is now appealing the decision.
The lawmakers’ highly anticipated debate on the Confederate flag’s place in the state began on Monday.
Walmart started the trend, followed quickly by Sears and eBay. Amazon, joined later, but has seen a huge spike in Confederate product sales.
Growing public pressure forces politicians and corporations to change views on long-held beliefs.
The multinational corporation does right by the comic in taking responsibility for the truck crash that injured Tracy Morgan and killed Morgan’s friend.
The 2016 presidential campaign has transformed into a battle between evangelicals and liberals.
Walmart’s powerful voice weighed in its home state against the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, helping to push the governor to send the bill back to the legislature.
From the checkout lane to executive row, Walmart is committed to being the best place to work for women at all levels.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately 29.1 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, and of those, 8.1 million are still undiagnosed.
Oliver Turman (AT&T), Michael Byron (Walmart) and Keith Hines (PwC) lead supplier diversity initiatives at their companies.
After Walmart commits a massive amount of resources that will help underpaid and out-of-work Americans—mostly Black and Latino—the well-known voiceover artist and TV star who narrated the ad received death threats. What did he compare them to and what exactly is Walmart investing in?
Walmart Provides Greater Access to Opportunities, Helps African Americans Pursue Higher Education, Job Training and Placement
Store gives $1.75 million in grants to three leading nonprofits to help students and adults in 20 U.S. communities.
Walmart Foundation Gives $2.5 Million to Share Our Strength to Increase the Availability of Nutrition Education Programs for Families
Grant provides more than 100,000 Americans with access to Cooking Matters program, offering hands-on cooking classes, interactive grocery store tours and high-quality nutrition education nationwide.
The Supreme Court ruling was the impetus for a long overdue equalization of benefits.
Five major brands tell DiversityInc that they are reviewing, or will discontinue, agreements with her.
Is Deen’s poorly executed apology enough to excuse her use of offensive language?
Sharon Orlopp, Global Chief Diversity Officer and Senior Vice President of Walmart, will address the graduates during the 146th Spring Commencement of Fayetteville State University (FSU).