One of the fastest developing components of Harlem Week is the emphasis
on technology and the “hackathon” forum initiated by Clayton Banks, the
founder of Silicon Harlem. What Banks has been doing for the last
several years is part of a surge from young Black Americans in the
To say it’s been a couple generations of a rough ride for Jaguar would be an understatement. The British car brand that in the 1950s and ‘60s virtually defined what a luxury car should be has spent much of the past four decades trying to recapture its former glories.
The nation’s powerful hospital lobby, the American Hospital Association, urged the U.S. Justice Department to closely scrutinize the proposed $37 billion acquisition by Aetna (AET) of Humana (HUM), saying it threatens competition in the business of providing health benefits to seniors in the growing privately run portion of the Medicare program.
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of Japan’s World War II surrender, China planned a 12,000-soldier march down Beijing’s Chang’an Jie—Eternal Peace Street—on Sept. 3. For President Xi Jinping, it was a chance to project an image of calm, order, and strength.