Four local chambers of commerce have formed a new coalition to work together on facilitating growth of Philadelphia’s minority-owned businesses.
Philadelphia Commerce Director Michael Rashid urged a group of minority business leaders to give back to the community and help young people who are being impacted by gun violence.
American Airlines, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue are joining United Airlines in requiring employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, as the Biden administration steps up pressure on major U.S. carriers to require the shots.
People of color made up more than 55% of new hires at Walmart between February and July of this year, but none filled executive management roles or board of director vacancies, according to the company's website and its latest diversity, equity and inclusion report released Friday.
Twin sisters Tarsha and Keisha Scovens developed a vision for a business venture after going on a cross country camping trip in the late 1990s.
PHILADELPHIA — Rite Aid is moving its headquarters to Philadelphia in what it calls a site "designed specifically for in-person collaboration and company gatherings, rather than office spaces."
SEATTLE — Lawmakers are dialing up pressure on Amazon over policies that they claim lead to workplace injuries and indignities in its massive and growing warehouse operations.
Wayne Encalarde's utility truck and trailer were parked in New Orleans' Ninth Ward 16 years ago when Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters ravaged the city and all but completely destroyed the neighborhood.