Wages and benefits paid to U.S. workers posted a modest gain in the fourth quarter, ending a year in which recession-battered workers saw their compensation rise by the smallest amount on records going back more than a quarter-century.
Kamisha Menns, an attorney and former Associate in the Brussels, Belgium office of Howrey LLP, filed a $30 million lawsuit today in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, Civil Division, alleging that the AmLaw100 headquartered in Washington, D.C., discriminated against her because of her race and national origin.
Women business owners who attend the Sixth Annual Women Entrepreneurs' Small Business Boot Camp in Scottsdale February 6 will leave the event knowing they have not only bettered themselves but also have done something good for youth at risk in the greater Phoenix area.
Black History Month and National Donor Day on February 14th represent key opportunities to raise awareness about the importance of becoming designated as organ and tissue donors within the African American community.
Many of the countless thousands of children scattered among Port-au-Prince's makeshift camps of homeless have nobody to care for them, aid workers say, leaving them without protection against disease, child predators and other risks.