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Google CEO: Anti-diversity Memo Was 'offensive and not OK'

Google CEO Sundar Pichai has condemned portions of a controversial memo sent by a male engineer at the company who argued that women are not biologically fit for tech roles.

Biology Isn't Why Tech Is a Boys' Club

It was an unoriginal argument: Women aren't biologically fit to succeed in tech.

Rozetia Ellis, Former Seamstress at now-Bankrupt Bridal Store, Becomes Hero for Brides-To-Be

Alfred Angelo‘s slogan “your dream, your dress” became “your loss” when the bridal giant abruptly closed last month, declared bankruptcy and left brides-to-be lined up and stood up. “I thought we’re never gonna see ’em again. Let’s not even bother.

Uber Admits It Rented Fire-prone Cars to Drivers

Uber's latest embarrassing crisis involves renting out fire-prone cars to its drivers in Singapore.

Facebook May Have to Delete Your Embarrassing Posts

Should social media users have the right to erase embarrassing posts from their teenage years? The British government thinks so.

Fast Food President Kat Cole: How My Single Mom Helped Me Succeed

Kat Cole's rise from a Hooters waitress to vice president of the restaurant chain by age 26 was already an amazing feat. But now this executive is taking on a more daunting challenge -- taking the reins as President and ...

Lionsgate Launches Spanish-Language Subscription Streaming Service

Pantaya, a partnership with Hemisphere Media, will offer premium content to the U.S. Hispanic market for $5.99 a month. Lionsgate and Hemisphere Media on Tuesday launched a premium Spanish-language subscription VOD service, Pantaya, aimed at the Hispanic movie going audience ...

Meet the World's Richest Black Woman

Back in 2014, both Forbes and Time magazines confirmed that Oprah Winfrey, the popular talk show host and television mogul, is no longer the richest Black woman in the world.

Black Women's Equal Pay Day Provides Reflections On Gender and Racial Inequality

One of the great contradictions of America is that inequality is still rampant—despite the widespread belief that hard work can overcome any barrier. Women, for example, are still paid less than men and the wage gap for women of color ...

Self-Made Successful Entrepreneur, Harold D. Span, Announces Release of New Book

Harold D. Span is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Living in the Shadows of Love and Happiness. Growing up during the time of segregation and limited opportunities for people of color, Harold conquered conditioned fears, always ...

New Athletic Club and Spa Gives Cypress Residents Luxury Fitness Experience

Cypress area residents will have a new reason to get fit with the opening of VillaSport Athletic Club and Spa. Having its grand opening this past Tuesday, July 25, the luxury family friend gym is the fifth location for the ...

Chipotle Says Sick Employee Responsible for Latest Outbreak

A sick Chipotle employee caused a norovirus outbreak at a Virginia restaurant earlier this month. The incident helped drag down the company's stock price.

Amazon Will Make Thousands of Job Offers Next Week

Amazon plans to make thousands of job offers next week. The company said it would hire for 50,000 open positions, including tens of thousands of full-time posts, at 10 of its fulfillment centers across the U.S. during an August 2 ...

Nike CEO Takes a Pay Cut After Rough Year

CEO Mark Parker is taking a 71% cut this year. He will make $13.9 million, mostly from stock and option awards, according to regulatory filings posted late Tuesday. Parker made $47.6 million in 2016 and was one of the best-paid ...

Black-Owned Media Company Returns With 2nd Installment of its Award-Winning Animated Series That is Changing the Self-Perception of African American Children

Baltimore-based company, EdAnime Productions, is back again with the second installment of its award winning animated series created for children. Meltrek: Exploring the Pre-Columbian Americas was released on May 6, 2017 and educates viewers about the aboriginal cultures and African ...