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The federal district court of Rhode Island is slated to host a panel on critical race theory as a “resource” to “transform” the judiciary, the latest sign that a once-obscure legal theory has become mainstream among judges and lawyers. The panel, “Critical Race Theory: What It Is And What It Is Not,” will take place […]

People on the Move is a rundown of recent hirings, promotions, appointments and other notable movements by professionals in the state. If you’re interested in submitting an entry, please contact  Shannon Pitt has been named vice president for information technology at Brown University. She has served as vice president of information technologies and chief […]

In Big Law’s diversity sweepstakes, guess who’s the runaway winner in scoring business from corporate clients? “White women receive significantly more of the business that the respondents assign to diverse outside counsel,” finds a study by the Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession, noting that they beat out lawyers who are racial or ethnic […]

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. “And your problem is you’re Black,” she said without missing a beat, after enumerating the other problematic issues of different people from her perspective. Please hold your outrage and pick up your jaw — that’s what I heard from a fellow attendee at a woman’s conference during […]

Many will have noticed, as summer edged toward fall, that Rajwa Al-Saif, for her engagement to Crown Prince Hussein of Jordan, posted an official portrait in which she wore a white dress by Andrew Gn. It was simple, modern, and understated—but not overly conservative. The moment spoke volumes. “I like the idea of doing fashion […]

Traffic fines as steep as $500 aren’t effectively deterring dangerous driving in the nation’s capital, some city lawmakers say. Now they want D.C. to take other, more drastic measures. Among the proposals before the D.C. Council: allowing traffic cameras to issue points on driver’s licenses, reporting driving records of rulebreakers to insurance . . .

This article is part of our Advanced Membership package. To enjoy unlimited access to The Long View from Vogue Business and bi-monthly Market Insights Reports and webinars, sign up for Advanced Membership here.  The nights are getting longer, and retailers across the UK, Europe and the US are preparing their Black Friday bonanzas, Thanksgiving promotions, Christmas […]

Can setting workforce diversity goals and posting progress reports help companies move the needle on diversity? This approach has spread like wildfire in the last two years. It’s too soon to tell whether the new fad is working, so we turned to past experience of firms that set goals and posted progress as early as […]

Directive to Advance Zero-Emission Vehicles Requirements by 2035 for All New Passenger Cars, Pickup Trucks, and SUVs Sold in State September 29, 2022 Governor Kathy Hochul today commemorated National Drive Electric Week by directing the State Department of Environmental Conservation to take major regulatory action that will require all new passenger cars, pickup […]

The larger the Black population, the higher the cost to borrow on Wall Street. The crumbling schools in Memphis can’t afford it— Bloomberg (@business) September 30, 2022 (SocialLY brings you all the latest breaking news, viral trends and information from social media world, including Twitter, Instagram and Youtube. The above post is embeded directly […]

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