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After Aero, What’s Next for Internet TV?

By Ryan Nakashima | Sunday Jun 29, 2014
The Supreme Court shot down Aereo’s business model this week, but that doesn’t mean customers’ desire for a better TV experience is gone.

Ramadan Rush: Before Holy Month, Shopping Frenzy

By Sylvia Hui | Saturday Jun 28, 2014
London has long attracted big spenders. But every year around the holy month of Ramadan, which starts this weekend, a wave of spectacularly rich Middle Eastern shoppers arrives and takes retail therapy to a whole new level.

Woman Spreads Nude Pics of Gay Florist in Alleged Hate Campaign

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Jun 24, 2014
A Scottish woman is being charged with starting a hate campaign after she allegedly spread a near-naked photo of a gay florist in posters around town, with homophobic insults on it.

Working Women Gather for California Women’s Conference

By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday May 14, 2014
On May 19 and 20, women who are searching for opportunities to advance their careers will come together in Long Beach for the star-studded 29th Annual California Women’s Conference, where they’ll unveil the new She4Me PSA.

Barilla Pasta Opens Restaurant in Mega-Gay Midtown Manhattan

By Winnie McCroy | Friday Mar 14, 2014
After inciting rage and boycotts across the globe for last fall’s anti-gay comments, Barilla, the world’s largest pasta producer, has now opened the doors to an Italian restaurant in mega-gay midtown Manhattan.

Forbes: Only 7 of the World’s Billionaires are Gay

By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Mar 11, 2014
Gains in riches have increased among women and people across the world, but according to the recent Forbes Billionaires List, only seven of the world’s 1,645 billionaires are openly gay, and five of them are American.

Wing Cracks Delay Dreamliner Aircraft Production

By Scott Mayerowitz | Sunday Mar 9, 2014
Hairline cracks have been discovered in the wings of some 787s that are being built. The Chicago-based manufacturer said none of the 122 jets already flown by airlines around the world are affected.

Kidogo Cases Lift Tanzanian Women From Poverty

By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Jan 23, 2014
Two sisters have started a cell phone company that protects your phone, while at the same time buying a phone for a woman in Tanzania.

StartOut Boston Presents LGBT Entrepreneurship Panel and Networking

By EDGE | Friday Jan 10, 2014
Scores of the brightest LGBT movers and shakers in Boston’s business community will converge on the Prudential Center complex for StartOut Boston’s 2014 Kickoff LGBT Entreneurship Panel & Networking event.

Dominos Case Highlights Important Lessons for Employers

By EDGE | Friday Dec 20, 2013
Dominos, the home delivery pizza chain, has come under fire online in recent days. Its decision to fire a teenager who was born partially deaf, after he misheard a customer, has spread around the Internet.