Eyes on Enterprise: Racism in Corporate America - Importance of Diversity

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February 7th, 2014
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In this file photo taken Dec. 16, 2010, Israeli project manager Gali Kahane sits in front of a computer in the office of Comply, an Israeli start-up that employs Palestinians, in Hod Hasharon, near Tel Aviv. Israel’s flourishing tech industry, where major global companies have offices and startups abound, has earned the country the nickname "Startup Nation."
Israeli and Arab tech partnerships, while in their infancy, may have some long-term promise to improve relations at least in the business sector between the two countries. Ibrahim Sana worked for a global tech company, then broke off to start his own venture. Last year, he was crowned one of Israel's seven most promising young entrepreneurs by a financial newspaper. Sana's story isn't typical -...
January 22nd, 2014
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During the 2012 Election cycle, the Republican Party showcased the few minorities in its leadership ranks. Seen here are Presidential candidate, Herman Cain; South Carolina Governor, Nikki Haley; New Mexico Governor, Susana Martinez,  and former RNC chair, Michael Steele.
The Republican Party struggles in recruiting blacks and Hispanics as it tries to redefine itself as being more inclusive and representative of a broader segment of America. The Republican Party's image has changed little in the year since GOP Chairman Reince Priebus published his prescription for broadening the party's appeal despite its investment in outreach to the racial minorities, women and...
January 18th, 2014
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Charlie Strong holds up the "Hook'em Horns" hand signal during an NCAA college football news conference where he was introduced as the new Texas football coach, Monday, Jan. 6, 2014, in Austin, Texas. Strong acknowledged the historical significance of being the school's first African-American head coach of a men's sport. He takes over for Mack Brown, who stepped down last month after 16 seasons.
Texas and Penn State, two college football titans, hire black coaches. It is considered a historic moment in the eyes of many who have followed the football prowess at those two institutions. And the timing of the two black head coach hires is not going unnoted. At the University of Texas, football is religion. At Penn State University, they need football for redemption. So when these storied...
January 6th, 2014
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For the Braves, abandoning downtown Atlanta for the suburbs means moving closer to the Major League Baseball team's fan base and developing money-making restaurants and amenities. Team officials say it's simply good business.
The Atlanta Braves move from downtown Atlanta is a reflection of going to greener pastures because of race, racial inequities and the economic issues that result because of them. For the Braves, abandoning downtown Atlanta for the suburbs means moving closer to the Major League Baseball team's fan base and developing money-making restaurants and amenities. Team officials say it's simply good...
January 4th, 2014
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Black female characters could join Saturday Night Live as members of the regular cast as early as this month, January.
Black women will join the "Saturday Night Live" cast as a result of recent attention that the show does not have any in its current lineup. "SNL" plans to add one or two black female performers to its cast as soon as January. A representative for the NBC sketch-comedy show on Thursday confirmed reports it's answering complaints about its lack of diversity by staging showcases to choose at least...

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