corporate America

As corporate donations to fight racial inequality seemingly slow, the need for investment in the next generation of Black talent at HBCUs remains vital. IBM and Target spoke to NewsOne about their efforts.

A new documentary—directed by Stanley Nelson and Jacqueline Olive—will capture the story of Pepsi’s pioneering all-Black sales team.

Researchers found that it could take 100 years for Black staff to be equally represented in management roles throughout corporate America in contrast to their white peers.

Andrea Wishom has made history as Pinterest’s first Black board member.

Ramona Hood is the first Black woman to be appointed CEO at FedEx.

Entrepreneur and BET co-found Sheila Johnson recently spoke with Roland Martin about jobs, the state of the economy, the need for workforce diversity, forcing corporate America to diversify and adopt practices that promote inclusion on all levels of business. Johnson explained during her sit down with Martin our “economy is very fragile right now.” As a result […]

A creative leader in the San Antonio, Texas office of a major ad agency is under fire after sending team members an invite late last year to participate in, well, what else? Ghetto Day, according to Adweek's Agency Spy blog.