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BASF Opens its First Automotive Coatings Production Plant in Thailand

BASF Opens its First Automotive Coatings Production Plant in Thailand

New production facility to serve growing demand for automotive coatings in ASEAN.

Three More Women Accuse Dustin Hoffman of Sexual Misconduct

Three More Women Accuse Dustin Hoffman of Sexual Misconduct

Three other women have come forward in the last six weeks accusing Hoffman of sexual harassment.

Prudential: In Newark, Anchor Institutions Prove Model for Revitalizing Cities

Prudential: Let’s Build New Pathways to Prosperity in the Workplace

Prudential brings financial wellness within reach of every worker.

Blake Farenthold, Republican Rep. Accused of Sexual Harassment Will Not Seek Re-election

Republican Rep. Accused of Sexual Harassment Will Not Seek Re-election

Republican Rep. Blake Farenthold denied allegations of sexual harassment, only saying he fostered an “unprofessional” workplace culture.

Startup Innovation is Moving AgTech Forward, Says Monsanto’s Bob Reiter

Reiter discussed the innovations driving modern agriculture with Kyle Welborn during The Atlantic's Innovation Game.

Hilton Appoints Kellyn Smith Kenny as Chief Marketing Officer

Hilton Appoints Kellyn Smith Kenny as Chief Marketing Officer

Kenny to oversee marketing of Hilton's iconic brand portfolio.

Music Producer Russell Simmons Steps Down after Sex Assault Claim

Russell Simmons Demeans #MeToo Movement as NYPD Launches Formal Investigation into Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Simmons disrespected the entire #MeToo movement while trying to make himself appear innocent.

‘We Can’t Let This Man Win’: Alabama State Rep. Says Black Voters Had Enough of Roy Moore

Laura Hall (D-Huntsville) talked with DiversityInc about Madison County's grassroots efforts to support Doug Jones in the senate race.

Executive Leadership Council Names TIAA’s Skip Spriggs as New President and CEO

Spriggs is currently Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at TIAA.

Sodexo Declared a Winner at 2017 Grands Prix Awards Ceremony

Sodexo Declared a Winner at 2017 Grands Prix Awards Ceremony

At the judging panel awards held by Communication & Entreprise, Sodexo the Prix d’Honneur (Merit Award) for its stand at the VivaTechnology show in Paris.

EY’s Carolyn Slaski: Frequent Feedback Isn’t Just Good for Millennials, It’s Good for Everyone

"Forward-looking conversations empower our people to identify areas for continued growth, as well as plan their careers," writes Slaski.

Police Handcuff Screaming 11-Year-Old Black Girl at Gunpoint

Police Handcuff Screaming 11-Year-Old Black Girl at Gunpoint

“I was putting my hands through the little bars leaning out of the window, screaming, ‘Please don’t let them take me,’” 11-year-old Honestie Hodges told local media.

‘He Was My Monster’: Actress Salma Hayek Alleges Harvey Weinstein Misconduct

‘He Was My Monster’: Actress Salma Hayek Alleges Harvey Weinstein Misconduct

“For years, he was my monster,” Hayek wrote, as she described sexual harassment, bullying and threats.

Alabama Win Thrills Democrats as Republicans Point Fingers

Alabama Win Thrills Democrats as Republicans Point Fingers

The stunning upset for Republicans narrowed their majority in the Senate to 51-49.

Wrestler turned actor Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson receives star on Walk of Fame

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Receives Star on Walk of Fame

The “Jumanji” actor, one of the highest paid in Hollywood, struggled to get through his speech with fans chanting “Rocky,” a reference to his wrestling moniker.

Trump Denies ‘Grab Them By the P***y’ Comment

Trump Judicial Nominee Who Wrote Comments Sympathetic to KKK Rebuffed by Senate

Another nominee, who referred to transgender children as being part of “Satan’s plans,” will not be moving forward either.

Chuck Schumer, Top U.S. Senate Democrat hopeful Congress will help 'Dreamers' by year end

Top U.S. Senate Democrat Hopeful Congress Will Help ‘Dreamers’ by End of Year

“There are very good negotiations going on between Democrats and Republicans,” Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer told reporters.

Senate Tax Drama Intensifies as Bill Faces Key Panel Vote

Final Votes on Republican Tax Deal Next Week

A final bill could be formally unveiled on Friday, with decisive votes expected next week in both chambers.

Insurers Step Up Pitch for Obamacare as Government Slashes Effort

Obamacare Sign-ups Rise But Overall Enrollment Set to Fall

The deadline for 2018 plans is Dec. 15.

Black Women Beat Trump's Pervert in Alabama Upset

Black Women Beat Trump’s Pervert in Alabama Upset

Black voters turned out at a higher percentage than in the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, taking a stand preventing Roy Moore’s retro racism to represent their state.

United Way of Dallas Collaborates with Accenture, Salesforce for Cloud Transformation

The collaboration to improve efficiency and drive community engagement.

How Johnson & Johnson Is Helping Give Babies in Haiti a Safe Place to Sleep

How Johnson & Johnson Is Helping Give Babies in Haiti a Safe Place to Sleep

The cause of supporting women and babies is one that's long been near and dear to Johnson & Johnson.

Kaiser Permanente CEO Bernard Tyson: Racism and Discrimination Cannot Be Tolerated

Kaiser Permanente Hawaii Awards Community Health Grants

Four local nonprofits to receive more than $188,000 in community benefit grants.

Minnesota Lieutenant Gov. Tina Smith to Replace Franken

Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to Replace Franken

Tina Smith will serve a one-year term in the Senate and then run in a special election for the seat next year.