A Memorial Day tribute to U.S. military service members included the congresswoman among "enemies of freedom."
Heineken needs to "take appropriate action," said the group's director.
"I think some companies are purposely putting out noticably racist ads so they can get more views."
Bigotry, sexism, and transphobia aren't just differences of opinion.
The Dutch brewing giant is really showing its true colors.
Brouwerij de Prael We definitely love our beer here in Amsterdam, and while the city may not spring to the top of your mind
Murphy has been trying to get the city to install music-making turnstiles for almost 20 years, and it looks like things are
Anthony Demby, has worn many hats in the music business for over 18 years. From working on campaigns at labels like Mercury, Arista, and Def Jam, to music supervising soundtracks for Will Smith's Overbrook Entertainment, to being an artist manager influencing the rise of John Legend and Childish Gambino.
"We have seen an upside from nonalcoholic," Heineken CEO Jean-François van Boxmeer told The Huffington Post. "That's been
After centuries of domination by its neighbors -- Belgium, Germany, and England -- Holland's brewers are finally picking up the mantle and forging a new, distinctive, Dutch path.
Check out the new commercial above. Company officials tell HuffPost Gay Voices in a press release that the reformulated Heineken
Every couple featured in the #LikeForLove campaign on the Heineken Instagram page are actually queer couples in real life
"With programmatic ... you can potentially buy all of them based on what your KPI is - you're not buying media in silos. We're
Although many brands support LGBT causes without pressure from the public, many do not. Why? Decisions about taking a side on equality often have to do with straight-forward number crunching.
What a whirlwind! The Tobago Jazz Experience has celebrated "its biggest festival" to date, according to Tobago's Tourism Board's Events Coordinator John Arnold.
All three beer companies released statements emphasizing their commitment to equality. Guinness told The Huffington Post
"But given the current status of the negotiations, we realize this may not be possible." A Heineken representative told CNBC