Twitter established a policy on reporting abuse several years ago. But the trolling keeps getting uglier, and more prominent users are closing their accounts. The result is a long-term threat to Twitter’s business viability.
As the general election looms, who will be able to vote on Nov. 8 remains in question. Over a dozen states will impose voter ID laws for the first time in 2016, but pressure is building to loosen these restrictions.
“Why?” When it comes to your business, this question isn’t so easy to answer. Some days, the answer might be “because I have to.” But rediscovering your ‘why’ can energize you with new purpose.
Eliminating stress from your life is a task that requires both time and effort. But that shouldn’t dissuade you from taking the first step in bettering your life.
For the first time since the activism started three years ago, organizations tied to the Black Lives Matter movement have released a list of demands calling to “end the war on black people.”
SPECIAL SERIES: MGM Defining Thought Leadership
In 2007, MGM Resorts Foundation partnered with Las Vegas diversity and community organizations to create an event that evolved into the annual Women’s Leadership Conference. Some wonder why such an event is necessary in 2016. Phyllis A. James, chief diversity officer for MGM Resorts International, has an answer.
This time we chatted with Joe Jones, president of Big Systems, a reseller of wide-format and 3-D printers, who donated the signage and banners for the Rock The Green festival in Milwaukee.
SPECIAL SERIES: Rethink Reuse
The relationship between the for-profit global thrift retailer Savers and the century-old mentoring organization Big Brothers Big Sisters offers a compelling case study of how such synergy can have a vast multiplying effect across communities.
The state was already sued by the U.S. Justice Department over its anti-trans “bathroom bill.” But the real clout may come from the mounting list of executives who say the law is bad for business.
With the Olympic Games due to start this weekend, Rio de Janeiro is far behind in its pledge to clean up polluted shorelines. So, doctors are arming athletes with sage advice: If you plan to compete in Rio’s sewage-laden waters, keep your mouth closed.
Individuals have a greater power to create change than ever before in human history. Alas this holds true for negative change as well. Be it on the investment side or on the philanthropy side, how can we play a productive role in containing today’s violent challenges?
Since 2003, the United States has devoted nearly $1.5 billion toward abstinence programs in Africa, aiming to halt the spread of HIV worldwide. But are these programs working?