The Firefox developer appears to the first major company to do so.
The rapid rise of smart phones helps create new sources of true consumer value that financial services innovators around the world are starting to unlock. These "second-generation" digital service innovations have the potential to meaningfully improve people's financial lives.
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.
Gays were vilified for supposedly having destroyed Eich's career -- when no LGBT groups or gay pundits actually called for him to resign -- while most people, including some of those who defended Eich, seem fine with Donald Sterling's demise and the sanctions by the NBA.
Savage shrugged off the idea of a gay mob, noting, "No gay rights organizations had called for him to step down. This wasn't
The statement, titled "Freedom to Marry, Freedom to Dissent," desperately tries to revive the lie that Eich was targeted and toppled by LGBT activists -- a victim of "left-liberal" "intolerance," as Andrew Sullivan so ridiculously claimed.
The plight of Brendan Eich, the Mozilla CEO who resigned following an uproar over his donation to support California's Proposition 8, is big news. Yet it's still legal in most states to fire an employee for being part of the LGBT community.
Millennials are no longer content to simply buy something useful. They want to know that the company they are supporting lives their values.
The moral of Eich's story is not about the "gay mafia" suppressing freedom of speech or opinion, as political commentator
A number of political pundits have expressed their disapproval over the surprise resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich
In his rush to the barricades, Sullivan both misses the point and harms our cause.
According to Sullivan, the gay mafia has struck again, destroying a man and bringing him down because he would not conform to its thinking.
The company explained in a blog post on Thursday: Since then two former Mozilla developers and the dating site OKCupid, among
Robert George, NOM Co-Founder, Slams Mozilla And Brendan Eich For Response To Anti-Gay Donation News
In an interesting twist, Eich and his company are now apparently being targeted by a prominent anti-gay figure. Robert George
Mozilla's Appointment Of Brendan Eich As CEO Sparks Controversy After Prop 8 Donation News Re-Emerges
"With thousands of people spanning many countries and cultures, diversity is core to who we are," the statement continued
"In January 2012 we defeated the SOPA and PIPA censorship legislation with the largest Internet protest in history," the