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

Examining entrepreneurship, business development, wealth creation, money management, and risk taking, across all races and ethnicities.
September 28th, 2013
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Connecticut's Secretary of the State Denise Merrill marked National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday by encouraging high schoolers to register to vote.
Connecticut high school students are registering to vote and encouraging others to do the same, thanks to an effort by the state's top elections official. Secretary of the State Denise Merrill announced at Berlin High School the launch of a voter registration contest for high school students. Tuesday was National Voter Registration Day. The high school team that signs up the most new voters will...
September 19th, 2013
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Diversity training is still needed in the workplace as the population becomes more multi-ethnic and multi-cultural. Too often, employees allow fears and stereotyping to govern how they perceive and interact with fellow colleagues. Target, the large department store, experienced firsthand the challenges of developing a culture of inclusiveness. A recent Huffington Post article, "Leaked Target...
September 13th, 2013
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Sorority Girl Meme
At the University of Alabama, all-white sororities passed over two prospective black members due to pressure from advisors and alumni, which has caused several prominent leaders in the state to weigh in. Paul Bryant Jr., the president pro tem of the board of trustees and the son of legendary football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, said the school does not support the segregation of any organization....
August 29th, 2013
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Pablo Solomon with his cat, and one of his sculpture
Many gun owners believe they are being targetted by the Obama administration, and that fear has inadvertently bolstered the gun manufacturing industry as many Americans flock to buy up weapons and ammunition. It is not just white males who are concerned – this feared crack down cuts across racial and ethnic lines. Pablo Solomon, an artist and designer, who lives in the Austin, Texas area,...
August 16th, 2013
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Icarus Graphic
For decades, American cities have raced to achieve the extraordinary in building skylines, attracting businesses amid periods of economic prosperity and decline. It is reminiscent of the tale of Icarus. We know the great story of Icarus and how he enjoined himself to the beauty of flight. But, as he took flight and soared to great heights, he forgot one thing: the wings were fastened together...


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