A Wall Street Journal writer suggested without evidence that "diversity demands" might have contributed to the Silicon Valley Bank collapse because there was "1 Black" on the board.

Rep. Maxine Waters warns corporate America about its lack of diversity.

Some top companies are in panic mode, according to lobbyists.

Forever 21 apologizes for tone-deaf ad for Black Panther "Wakanda Forever!" sweater.

PwC spearheaded Day of Understanding events, billed as the “largest mass dialogue focused on addressing bias in the workplace,” that will convene on Friday.

Wall Street appears to have no interest in recruiting Black talent that’s in plain sight.

Starbucks' board of directors appointed Mellody Hobson as vice chair.

Ken Chenault is retiring from American Express and offers solutions on how Fortune 500 companies could solve their diversity problem.

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When Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer discussed corporate diversity during an interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow, social media blew up with criticism from White people who believed the Black executive was pushing a racist agenda. We know, however, that a much-needed diversity talk in corporate America will do more good than harm. https://twitter.com/CarolFoster13/status/676129895303397377 https://twitter.com/_AltRight_/status/676612466810294272 The strange reactions […]

Rosalind Brewer, the Black female CEO of Sam's Club, is being accused of racial discrimination against White men after discussing workplace diversity in an interview on CNN, according to Yahoo News.