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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.
Chick fil A CEO Meets With Campus Leaders to Discuss LGBT Issues

Chick-fil-A President Meets With College Leaders on LGBT Issues

Is Chick-fil-A changing its ways?

Chick fil A Vandal Will Not Be Charged

Chick-Fil-A Vandal Won't Face Criminal Charges

A gay artist who admitted to vandalizing a Torrance, Calif., Chick-fil-A with the words "Tastes Like Hate" will not face criminal charges, the Los Angeles County D.A. announced.

San Franciscans Will Get to Keep The Eagle

Expect a Chick fil A Showdown This Weekend in Atlanta

Expect a Chick-fil-A Showdown This Weekend in Atlanta

Protesters plan to descend on Atlanta's Georgia Dome at the end of the week to greet revelers at the Chick-fil-A kickoff game and voice their disapproval with the corporate sponsor's homophobia.

Chick fil A Expands in Bay Area

Chick-fil-A Expands in Bay Area

The opening of a restaurant in San Jose was met with protests of the chain's antigay donations and its executives' antigay stances.

WeHo Makes Rainbow Crosswalks Permanent

WeHo Makes Rainbow Crosswalks Permanent

In West Hollywood, the gay center of greater Los Angeles, a decoration meant to celebrate Pride month will now become a permanent fixture,

Romney Campaign Spent $500 at Chick fil A

Romney Ate Mor Chikin: Campaign Spent $500 at Chick-fil-A

The Obama campaign may be outspending the Romney campaign, but the latter is not scrimping when it comes to feeding its staff: Romney staffers recently helped consume nearly $500 worth of food at C

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