Suited for Leadership

Suited for Leadership

Hillary Clinton, Angela Merkel, Indira Gandhi, Margaret Thatcher. Even if you don’t agree with their politics, there’s no denying these women worked their way into positions of great leadership. While women in business may struggle to notch up the same high-profile success, there are many qualities women bring to work that are can create big-time […]

ACLU lawsuit: North Georgia woman evicted for having black guests

By Maya T. Prabhu, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

ACLU lawsuit: North Georgia woman evicted for having black guests

A North Georgia woman is suing her former landlord, alleging that he evicted her because she invited her black co-worker to visit the Adairsville home she was renting. Victoria Sutton, a white woman who now lives in Calhoun, claims the couple who own the house launched into a racist tirade telling her they don’t allow […]

Barbados Urged – Let’s Do Business

Barbados Urged – Let’s Do Business

Barbadians and persons interested in the economy and investing in Barbados got a thorough overview of the country’s situation, insights into several areas for business development and even heard two pitches for new business investment from two young persons. All of this was delivered at Summit 2: Barbadians Working Together – Let’s Do Business, held […]

Chamber Coalition Multicultural Business EXPO 2019

By Rose-Ann Miller

Chamber Coalition Multicultural Business EXPO 2019

The New American Chamber of Commerce, together with the African American International Chamber of Commerce and Hispanic American International Chamber of Commerce, held its annual Multicultural Business Expo on Wednesday 19, 2019, at the Sheraton Hotel, Brooklyn, New York.   Welcome VIP Breakfast The event commenced with a Welcome VIP Breakfast, which was well attended.  During […]

In Celebration of WorldPride and Stonewall 50, Comptroller Stringer Releases 2019 LGBTQ+ Guide

In Celebration of WorldPride and Stonewall 50, Comptroller Stringer Releases 2019 LGBTQ+ Guide

(New York, NY) — New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer released an updated 2019 LGBTQ+ Guide to Services and Resources – the most comprehensive directory of LGBTQ+ organizations and programs in New York City. This year’s guide is dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and coincides with the City hosting WorldPride […]

International & Multicultural Business Expo – June 19, 2019

Get ready to grow, connect and take your business global!

International & Multicultural Business Expo – June 19, 2019

Do you want to take your business to the next level and expand into the global community? If you are a savvy entrepreneur, your answer should be a resounding “YES!” and you should circle your calendar for June 19, 2019. Be prepared to attend the expo of the year—the International and Multicultural Business Expo presented […]

The Future of Uber and Lyft

The Future of Uber and Lyft

Lyft has finally gone public. After a hot debut, its stock price has begun sinking. What’s the deal? By Hamilton Nolan (Splinter News) When a company goes public, though, there are lots of bothersome reporting requirements and big investors who want to see annoying things like “profits,” and all the early VC guys have already […]

Workers to Amazon: ‘We are not robots!’

Workers to Amazon: ‘We are not robots!’

The e-commerce giant Amazon is worth a trillion dollars. But the megacorporation is not into sharing–least of all with the Amazon workers whose labor produces all this profit. No U.S. Amazon facility is unionized. By By Joyce Chediac (Liberation) Amazon workers are subjected to dangerous, exhausting and stressful conditions. This includes mandatory 70-hour work weeks, […]

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