A new business initiative called OSL Holdings has grand ambitions to change spending habits among African-Americans, Latinos, women, and gays. OSL wants to connect the dots between minority shoppers and the companies that support them; their hope is to also communicate to major companies that marketing to these groups is profitable, and to provide tools to corporations to see if they're reaching such people.
The project had been stalled for some time, but the grant promises to revive it.
A union source said the corporation would not provide pension survivor benefits to same-sex married couples in Washington despite advocating for the new marriage equality law.
Financial services companies are not meeting the very specific needs of LGBT customers, according to a new online survey by Prudential Financial.
The British man who tested the boundaries of what an employee is allowed to say against gay people on his personal Facebook page has won a court challenge.
More than 250 businesses earned a 100% rating on the Corporate Equality Index, HRC’s annual ranking of the “best places to work for LGBT equality," while the number of businesses offering transgender-inclusive health care coverage doubled.