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Chief executives of nearly 150 companies are calling on the U.S. Senate to pass gun-control legislation to combat mass shootings.
The heads of companies like Twitter, Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and Reddit want lawmakers to expand background checks and strengthen "red flag" laws.
Only 19 percent of chief executives say it is a serious risk to their business, a new poll finds.
Change cannot come fast enough – and it won’t come at all unless we take action.
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Citigroup CEO Mike Corbat sits down with Farjana Rohman, Citi Vice President - Instant Payments Product Manager, to discuss the challenges of being a state school educated, young woman of color in what is historically a feeder-career for the Ivy League.
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The NFL demonstrations this weekend were an encouraging signal.
One in four Americans believe humans will figure out time travel before women reach equality in the corner office.
There's bad customer service and then there is just bad policy. This is both.
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Lesson 4 - Never, ever quit. Anything worth doing is worth doing all the way. Lesson 5 - Family matters. Your colleagues