On April 8, the Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee of California approved a bill that could extend new opportunities to LGBT businesses.
Businesses in the United Kingdom that don’t foster a welcoming environment for their LGBT workers are consequently wasting thousands of pounds each year, according to a study by marketing and research agency Out Now Global.
Following a series of speculation and outraged calls for resignation, brand new Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, who only took the position on March 24, will be stepping down from his position.
According to a new study from the Williams Institute, Colorado has at least 53.7 million reasons to legalize marriage equality.
Mozilla, known mainly for its Firefox web browser, has come under considerable fire recently after taking on new CEO Brendan Eich.
Bernadette Coveney Smith is the nation’s leading same-sex wedding expert. Setting up her company 14 Stories in 2004, following Massachusetts’s legalization of marriage equality, for the last decade Smith has been devoted to improving how the wedding industry works with same-sex couples.
The Lesbians Who Tech Summit in San Francisco was so successful that the team behind it is looking to repeat the experience in New York—but only if they can pre-sell a hundred and fifty tickets in six days. To that end, they’ve started an Indiegogo campaign, running from March 24 to March 29.
The US company Honey Maid, best known for its graham crackers, has put out an ad featuring a two-dad family and their sons, titled “Dad & Papa,” as part of their “This is Wholesome” campaign about families today.
Telecom company Orange has pulled its advertisements from the Uganda tabloid that outed 200 people in the country, the day after President Yoweri Museveni signed the country’s controversial anti-gay law into effect on February 24.
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.