Black Fortune 500 CEOs with a "babyface" appearance are more likely to lead companies with higher revenues and prestige than black CEOs who look more mature, an upcoming study says.
Note to parents who’ve always thought of private schools as a closed, clubby bastion of the silver-spoon set: There may never be a better time to storm the castle walls.
A Senate subcommittee examined the state of American journalism Wednesday at a time when newspapers are being shuttered and downsized and network TV news audiences are declining.
It may sound surprising that some forecasters see an imminent end to the recession.
New applications for jobless benefits plunged to the lowest level in 14 weeks, a possible sign that the massive wave of layoffs has peaked.
President Barack Obama is proposing that the government provide $1.25 billion to settle discrimination claims by black farmers against the Agriculture Department.
The man who is to become South Africa's next president rarely misses an opportunity to entertain supporters with a rousing, hip-swinging rendition of the anti-apartheid song "Bring Me My Machine Gun."
The recession is delivering a double whammy to small businesses just when many need more help than ever. Not only are small businesses struggling, but so is their support network.
General Electric Co. said Thursday that it will invest $6 billion over the next six years in an attempt to lower the cost of health care and improve the quality of medical care in underserved regions of the United States and abroad.