In presidential election years, it is natural to see our political leaders also as the brokers of our economic salvation. Some, such as columnist Harold Meyerson, long have embraced politics as a primary lever of upward mobility for minorities. He has positively contrasted the rise of Latino politicians in California, and particularly Los Angeles, with the relative dearth of…Continue
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Research suggests that more than 90 per cent of the New Year resolutions are broken within the first week itself and another 5 per cent during the first month.
Change is the only thing constant in this world and it comes in two forms. We either progress towards what…Continue
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It's no question that the tech industry is made up overwhelmingly of men. And as far as ethnicities go, whites and Asians tend to dominate the field. Given the enormous impact of tech on our daily lives, this lack of diversity is troubling. Diversity isn't just about making sure these companies represent the population they serve, it's just plain good business -- studies have…Continue
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Tech leaders take pride in hiring the best and brightest, no matter their color, sex, religion, national origin or sexual preference. Leaders know that it’s the product, service or the app that drives business, and their goal is to hire the right people to get over the finish line and into the market.
In Las Vegas, from Jan. 6-9, you’ll see leaders in science and tech…Continue
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