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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.
UPS Cuts Funding to Antigay Boy Scouts

UPS Cuts Funding to Antigay Boy Scouts

The United Parcel Service announced a new policy of inclusion that will prohibit the company from donating funds to the Boy Scouts, which bans gay leaders and Scouts.

Gay Controversy May Have Benefited Chick fil A

Gay Controversy May Have Benefited Chick-fil-A

The fast-food chain saw an increase in patronage in the third quarter, when the uproar over its antigay donations was at its height, a market research firm reports.

Watch Out for the Gay Divorce Tax

Op-ed: Watch Out for the Gay Divorce Tax

No matter your sexual orientation, getting divorced is expensive. But it’s actually much worse for same-sex couples that aren’t prepared.

Transgender Airline Shuts Down

Out Entrepreneur Says We Are More Than a Bubble Test

Out Entrepreneur Says We Are More Than a Bubble Test

In our partnership with StartOut, we regularly invite the group to highlight an LGBT entrepreneur. The founder of Pathbrite wants to remake the way applicants are hired by employers and accepted to universities.

Mario Lopez Has Unexplained Chick-fil-A Cravings That Get Shamed on Twitter

Mario Lopez's Chick-fil-A Cravings Get Shamed on Twitter

Mario Lopez caught the ire of gay activists when he tweeted about his craving for Chick-fil-A, which recently came under fire for its $5 million in donations to antigay groups.

Chick-fil-A Says 'Fruitcake' Remark Was Not a Gay Slur

Chick-fil-A Says 'Fruitcake' Remark Was Not a Gay Slur

A company spokesman said earlier today that the advertisment was being investigated and later returned with an explanation.

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