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In Business, The Advocate brings readers the latest news regarding developments in the LGBT business world. Find out the happenings of gay business leaders that are moving the Invisible Hand in the United States and around the world like Apple's Tim Cook, American Eagle's Robert Hanson, and 3M Unitek's Mary Jo Abler. Learn tips from the pros about managing the business affairs of day-to-day life for the present and future. Prepare for retirement and learn how changing laws regarding same-sex marriage, partnership, and adoption affects financial planning.
eHarmony Founder: Gay Marriage "Damaged Our Company"

eHarmony Founder: Gay Marriage 'Damaged Our Company'

After he was forced to open up his site to gay users, Neil Clark Warren says he had to hire guards to protect his employees from furious conservatives.

Cowgirl Creamery: Two Women at the Top of Their Game

Cowgirl Creamery: Two Women at the Top of Their Game

In our partnership with StartOut, we regularly invite the group to highlight an LGBT entrepreneur. And this married couple is changing cheese-making.

Kitchit: Bringing Gourmet to Your Doorstep

Kitchit: Bringing Gourmet to Your Doorstep

In our partnership with StartOut, we regularly invite the group to highlight an LGBT entrepreneur. Meet Ian Ferguson and his army of amazing chefs.

Baker Under Investigation for Denying Wedding Cake to Lesbian Couple

Baker Investigated for Denying Wedding Cake to Lesbians

Did a baker owner break the law in Oregon?

Want to Live in Grey Gardens? You Can Now

Want to Live in Grey Gardens? You Can Now

Big and Little Edie wouldn't recognize their former home anymore.

Reachably: The Next Level of Social Sharing

Reachably: The Next Level of Social Sharing

In our partnership with StartOut, we regularly invite the group to highlight an LGBT entrepreneur. Here’s a way to get more out of social media.

Not So Fast: Chick-fil-A Hasn't Ended All Questionable Giving

Not So Fast: Chick-fil-A's Questionable Giving Isn't Over

The fast food chain is highlighting the fact it stopped giving to a host of antigay groups. But some organizations remain that were considered questionable in the past.

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