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Homophobe Body Shaming Racists at Dolce & Gabbana Finally Getting Some Pay Back After Racist Videos

Instagram post of Gabbana describing China as a "country of s***" follows a racist promotional video. Store closings, product purges and "not me" protests outside stores going strong. Nice job, fellas.

Dolce & Gabbana is facing backlash from racist ads that promoted a Shanghai fashion show featuring the luxury brand's collection. And, racist comments posted on co-founder Stefano Gabbana's personal Instagram account have caused celebrities to withdraw support for the brand.

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Boeing Raises Forecast for New Airplane Demand in China

Twenty-year outlook projects more than 7,200 new airplanes, valued at $1.1 trillion.

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Boeing (a DiversityInc Noteworthy Company), China's leading provider of commercial airplanes, projects a demand for 7,240 new airplanes in the country over the next 20 years valued at nearly $1.1 trillion dollars.

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German automotive company Audi has come under fire for airing a sexist commercial that compared women to used cars — and also reinforced Asian stereotypes.

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Abbott Opens New Research and Development Center in China

Abbott is expanding the company's research and development efforts.

No matter where you are in the world, people are looking for ways to maintain and improve their health. In China, Abbott (No. 14 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) is responding by expanding the company's research and development (R&D) efforts with the grand opening of a newly built, state-of-the-art R&D center in Shanghai. Built with an investment of more than $30 million (USD), the R&D center taps cutting-edge research to develop breakthrough products to help meet the evolving health and lifestyle needs of the local population.

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Novartis' New Orbis Flying Eye Hospital Helps Fight Blindness in China

Meet Novartis' flying hospital that brings training to local eye care professionals in under-resourced communities

In the 10 years Zhang Bin has been an ophthalmologist, he's performed hundreds of cataract surgeries. Yet he saw there was still tremendous need for improved access to eye care among the 8 million people living in and around Shenyang, where some of his patients travel three hours for treatment.

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