The documentary “KOMBIT: The Cooperative”, premiering at SxSW Eco, tells the story of two unlikely partners and a determined community o ...
Other than a few backward-looking politicians in Washington and their followers, most of us are well past arguing over whether the world is dramatical ...
The other day, we received an interesting email from a young employee who wants to leave her job. One of the most important qualities that this woman is looking for [...]
Education of children in emergencies and conflict zones is fraught with numerous challenges. Judicious choices must be made about whether to set up pilot programs in refugee camps or host [...]
The annual Giving In Numbers survey is out, and the results bode well for the state of corporate giving. With feedback from 271 multi-billion dollar companies, the survey concludes that [...]
According to legend, in approximately 800 A.D., the energising effects of coffee were first discovered by a goat-herder—or more precisely, by the goats in present day Ethiopia. Coffee is grown [...]
Hot Bread Kitchen, based in New York City’s East Harlem neighbourhood, is a basic fabric of that local community, offering the foreign-born and low-income women based here a life line [...]
The Global Engagement Forum, hosted by PYXERA Global on November 10 and 11 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., is one of the first events to address how private sector [...]
The New York Times’ recent expose of working conditions inside Amazon has set off a tsunami of discussion about how far Corporate America is willing to push employees to excel. [...]