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Eva Sage-Gavin Tapped to Lead Accenture's Talent and Organization Practice

Eva Sage-Gavin Tapped to Lead Accenture’s Talent and Organization Practice

Sage-Gavin will focus on helping Accenture’s clients and their workforces shift their leadership mindsets, talent and cultures.

PwC’s Tim Ryan: CEOs Must Invest in People and Society to Stay Relevant

"People now more than ever want companies to do the right thing and be transparent and accountable for their business practices," writes Ryan, U.S. Chairman and Senior Partner at PwC.

Judge Deals Setback to Cherokee Nation Lawsuit Over Opioids

Judge Deals Setback to Cherokee Nation Lawsuit Over Opioids

The tribe said the highly addictive painkillers were saturating its territory and contributing to violence, delinquency and mortality.

Divided Supreme Court May Allow Ohio Voter Purge Policy

Divided Supreme Court May Allow Ohio Voter Purge Policy

Some justices signaled sympathy toward Ohio’s policy of purging infrequent voters from registration rolls — a practice critics say disenfranchises thousands of people — in a pivotal voting rights case.

Celtics, 76ers Out to Put On a Show for London NBA Fans

Celtics, 76ers Out to Put On a Show for London NBA Fans

The Celtics have been the surprise story of the season, recovering from losing star player Gordon Hayward five minutes into the campaign to lead the Eastern Conference with a 33-10 record.

Republicans control Virginia House after concession, court ruling

Republicans Control Virginia House after Concession, Court Ruling

The tie-breaking drawing was Virginia’s first since 1971 but unprecedented in the state because of its impact on the House, election officials said.

White House Says No Determination Yet on ‘Dreamer’ Immigrants

Immigration Operation Targets 7-Eleven Stores in 17 States

The operation was the largest worksite enforcement by Immigration and Customs Enforcement since President Donald Trump took office.

Trump Encourages Racists, Says Celtics' Jaylen Brown

Trump Encourages Racists, Says Celtics’ Jaylen Brown

Donald Trump “has made it a lot more acceptable for racists to speak their minds,” the 21-year-old NBA forward said.

Johnson & Johnson Joins Coalition for the American Dream

Chairman and CEO Alex Gorsky discusses why mobilizing a more diverse workforce, and advancing a culture of belonging, is a priority at Johnson & Johnson.

U.S. Figure Skating Announces 2018 Prudential Skating Fund Recipients

U.S. Figure Skating Announces 2018 Prudential Skating Fund Recipients

Columbine Figure Skating Club and Scott Hamilton Skating Club strive to serve underserved groups.

A Registered Dietitian's 10-Year Career Journey with Sodexo

A Registered Dietitian’s 10-Year Career Journey with Sodexo

"I have had so many growth opportunities with Sodexo that I never felt the need to look elsewhere,” Patty Denton said.

U.S. Supreme Court to Hear Ohio’s Bid to Revive Voter Purge Policy

Judges Order Overhaul of North Carolina’s Partisan Congressional Districts

The ruling was the first time that a federal court blocked a congressional map because of partisan gerrymandering.

Trump: ‘I’ll Beat Oprah’

Trump: ‘I’ll Beat Oprah’

The “stable genius” brags, boasts and refers to himself in the third person.

Bannon Steps Down from Breitbart

Bannon Steps Down from Breitbart

Bannon has also lost his talk show on SiriusXM radio, the company said on Tuesday, following a public fight with President Trump.

Trump Administration Backpedals on Citizenship for ‘Dreamers’

Judge Blocks Trump Move to End DACA Program for Immigrants

“These young people played by all the rules. They demonstrated they are no threat,” said Mark Rosenbaum, an attorney for a firm representing six DACA recipients in the case.

Sens. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris Appointed to Senate Judiciary Committee

Sens. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris Appointed to Senate Judiciary Committee

The senators will be the second and third Black individuals to be on the 200-year-old Judiciary Committee.

Former Arizona sheriff Arpaio says he'll run for U.S. Senate

Racist Former Arizona Sheriff Arpaio Says He’ll Run for U.S. Senate

Arpaio promised in an email to supporters that he would represent “a conservative vote.”

Oprah ‘Intrigued’ by Presidential Run, Says Friend Gayle King

Oprah ‘Intrigued’ by Presidential Run, Says Friend Gayle King

Social media lit up about a presidential run after Winfrey’s powerful speech at the Golden Globes awards show on Sunday night promoting the “Time’s Up” movement against sexual harassment and assault.

Possible violation of NFL concussion protocol to be probed

Possible Violation of NFL Concussion Protocol To Be Probed

A possible concussion to Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton during a playoff game on Sunday has put the National Football League’s injury protocol back in the spotlight.

The Weeknd, 'Deeply Offended' by 'Coolest Monkey' Ad, Severs Ties with H&M

The Weeknd, ‘Deeply Offended’ by ‘Coolest Monkey’ Ad, Severs Ties with H&M

Other celebrities are also criticizing the retailer, including LeBron James, who said, “We as African Americans will always have to break barriers.”

ADP: 3 Talent Acquisition Trends for 2018

ADP: 3 Talent Acquisition Trends for 2018

As talent acquisition trends are becoming more competitive, here are a few tips.

Abbott: 12 Exercises You Can Do at Work

Abbott: 12 Exercises You Can Do at Work

Spending more time sitting than you'd like? Here are a few solutions.

TD Bank's Andrea Hough on Millennials: The Kids Are Alright

TD’s Andrea Hough on Millennials: The Kids Are Alright

Hough, VP of Talent Acquisition at TD, shares her thoughts on millennials and why this generation should be seen in a different light.

JCPenney Provides Holiday Sales Performance Update

Company delivers a 3.4 percent comp sales increase for the combined nine-week period ending Dec. 30, 2017.