"The CEO said the organization was indeed diverse, despite having only white women in its leadership positions."
For three decades, Indians working abroad have been the world’s top remitters.
Twitter “philanthropists” like Bill Pulte and Megan Thee Stallion have been offering their followers financial aid during the pandemic. But it hurts more people than it helps.
And he hinted he wants to look at Trump's golf courses, in particular.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced today a variety of schemes to help the British hospitality industry, such as a cut to VAT and a discount scheme through August.
Housing campaign group Generation Rent say that over half a million renters have reported being behind on rent payments in England alone, which could send 45,000 households into homelessness.
Shortly after Gelman's resignation Thursday, staffers said on social media that the decision was "not enough" and that The Wing must do more to support its Black and brown employees.
When the future is uncertain, people have been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic by acting more recklessly in the present—even if they're not leaving their homes to do it.
'They Shun Us in the Newsroom': NY1 Women Who Sued For Discrimination Say They're Facing Retaliation
Five NY1 anchors and reporters filed a lawsuit last year alleging gender and age discrimination at the New York news channel. Since then, they've felt isolated and further sidelined.
While banks are slashing lending rates, it's business as usual for payday lenders, now considered essential services during the pandemic.