Susan G. Komen Foundation

Did Donald Trump violate IRS rules, by using a charity's money to buy himself a signed football helmet?
While KFC and Komen earn millions selling pink buckets of fried chicken and Boar's Head pink-wraps its meats, women could do more to combat breast cancer by convincing their friends and family members to say no to pink-beribboned animal products and yes to the produce aisle.
While many advocates would like to see the CEO slash her salary and attribute the decline in fundraising to the Planned Parenthood
The Cut reported that will be giving the foundation one cent for every 30 views of it's breast-related videos
If the recent past is any indication of Susan G. Komen's future, you must decide if your personal investment and that of your board members and executive team is more important than the success of the foundation.
Handel's continued presence as a leader at Komen threatens to undo all of the work they do on behalf of women and breast cancer awareness -- even if the effectiveness of that work is under legitimate scrutiny.
The Komen Foundation hasn't been leveling with the public. Even its apology was disingenuous. The organization is behaving more like Bank of America, one of its most prominent sponsors.
After facing enormous backlash to its controversial plan to stop funding Planned Parenthood breast cancer screenings, Susan
As any seasoned marketer will tell you, jumping head first into avoidable controversy will spell disaster for your brand. Whatever doesn't build a brand invariably kills it.
Below, see how the people are reacting to the reversal: The outpouring of support for women in need of lifesaving breast
Let's not take away from the power of protest, and what we as citizens can achieve, by wasting so much time fawning over technology's role in all of it.
Ellis joins a chorus of outrage erupting across the country, including petitions sponsored by MoveOn and Credo Action, urging the organization to "put women's lives before politics" and not to "cave to anti-woman extremists."
Most fingers are pointing at the foundation's new VP Karen Handel, who ran for Georgia's gubernatorial seat in 2010 on an
Having long been a beacon for women's health and for cancer advocacy, the Komen foundation seems to have shamefully succumbed to the ignorance of zealotry, which has no place in the world of cancer.
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Breast cancer isn't funny. Not at all. My journey, however? Frequently guffaw-inducing.
During his "Tip of the Hat, Wag of the Finger" segment last night, Stephen Colbert satirically tipped his hat to the Susan