Inclusion As A Growth Strategy Part 1: The Last Remaining True Growth Opportunity

This is Part 1 of a six-part series on Inclusion as a Growth Strategy. Inclusion as a Growth Strategy(Credit: Glenn Llopis Group) In the public life...

William Coors, Ultraconservative Head of Brewery, Dies at 102

AdvertisementSupported byWilliam Coors, Ultraconservative Head of Brewery, Dies at 102ImageWilliam Coors, center, in 2005 talking about the merger between Molson and Coors. He turned...

NY Senate looks to spur women- and minority-owned businesses

Updated 7:57 am CDT, Sunday, October 14, 2018 ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York state Senate is taking a look at state efforts to boost...

Inside HPE's diversity and inclusion initiatives

Diversity and inclusion is the strongest asset Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have to build culture and conduct business across the globe, according to Raj Thakur,...

Calvin Beard, 65, owner of construction management company

Calvin Beard, the owner of CB Consulting and Construction Management, LLC, died on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018. He was 65.

He was born on Aug. 6, 1953 to Lorraine (Beard) Booth and the late Roosevelt Evans and in Hale, Ala.

Raised by his grandparents on a thriving farm in the deep south, he sat under the tutelage and watchful eye of his grandfather. His grandfather helped him find his gift of carpentry early in life.

He relocated to Philadelphia and built a track and field career at West Philadelphia High School, where he graduated in 1971.

Beard became a student of his trade and eventually mastered general contracting. He earned an associate degree in electronic engineering technology from Berean Institute in 1983 and earned a bachelor’s degree in computer system technology in 1986 from Spring Garden College.

After working at various companies in electrical, construction and contracting, he started CB

GOOD Guys: National initiative brings men into conversations about diversity, inclusion

The work to promote diversity and inclusion must include men, who can be pivotal in changing conversations, said leaders of a Friday discussion about...

Robert Scott Gaddy behind scenes in Joe Errigo bribery, Bill Nojay fraud cases


Attorney Joe Damelio talks about the bribery charges his client, Assemblyman Joe Errigo, faces. Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

From left, the late Assemblyman Bill Nojay, lobbyist Robert Scott Gaddy and Nojay's successor, Assemblyman Joseph Errigo.(Photo: Staff image)

In September 2016, Assemblyman Bill Nojay, facing a federal criminal charge accusing him of stealing money from a trust fund he handled as an attorney, killed himself.

More than two years later, the assemblyman who took his seat — Joseph Errigo — was arrested and accused of bribery.

Since Errigo’s arrest Wednesday, some in political circles have engaged in occasional dark humor about the possibly jinxed 133rd Assembly seat held by Nojay and Errigo. And, while there may seem to be no connection between the arrests, the seeds of the criminal charges do arise from

RK Logistics, Silicon Valley Leadership Group Foundation Team Up to Support the “Coding5K Challenge”...

Unique educational outreach program offered by San Jose Public Library focuses on kids in grades 2 to 12, provides hands-on learning to develop skills...

GCDF annual event engages, includes entrepreneurs and small businesses

Greensboro, N.C.– Greensboro Community Development Fund (GCDF) is pleased to announce that they have partnered with Wells Fargo to bring the 2nd Annual Engagement...

Business Honored as Best Minority Owned Construction Company of the Year

Business owner Ron Harris and his company, Harris & Sons, were honored on Thursday at the Minority Enterprise Development Luncheon for best Minority Owned...