This election season, Black women say that economic security is their
most important issue. The news comes from a survey that Higher Heights, an organization dedicated to Black women and political engagement, recently conducted. On the heels of Black Women's Equal Pay Day, which took place yesterday, the survey outlines Black women's concerns about how they will be affected, economically speaking, by the next president to take office.
Evita Gail Kaigler, Esq. is at a point in her life where she is proud of
all her accomplishments as a music lawyer. She started Law Offices of
Evita G. Kaigler, LLC, based in Atlanta, and in 2011, launched the
Future Music Attorneys (FMA) program, which is a pipeline created to
mentor and inspire college students and law students. Here, we talk to Kaigler about how she managed to build her brand and outsmart the music industry.
When deciding how much to pay their senior executives, the directors at Jarden Corp.—the owner of brands including Yankee Candle, Rawlings sports equipment, and Bicycle playing cards—use what might seem to be an unlikely measuring stick: the top managers at Oracle Corp., the world’s largest data-base maker.
Last week, Bill Gates recommended that over the summer everyone should read the book How To Lie With Statistics. Since that's a book that I've also repeatedly recommended, I thought I give an example of how to use the book effectively.