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Coming in at number one is Inga Beale, the openly bisexual chief of Lloyd's of London and the first female leader in the insurance market's 327-year history.
In tapping into a conversation about LGBT rights that was already humming across YouTube, Raymond Braun struck philanthropic -- and marketing -- gold.
The Supreme Court ruling means that every company that employs workers has to revisit some policies and benefits.
In a landmark decision, the court said same-sex couples across the U.S. have the right to marry.
After extensive criticism, Gov. Mike Pence says he now wants to pass legislation clarifying that a recent law does not permit discrimination against gays and lesbians.
The easy-to-prepare pasta also absorbs all the water in the pan while cooking.
Brand partnerships can be a goldmine for today's biggest YouTubers. But 22-year-old Connor Franta, who boasts a digital footprint of 5 million followers, would much rather build brands of his own.
Today, the company has added transgender-related care to its health benefits, contributes money to gay rights causes and has featured a lesbian couple on a promotional website.
Tim Cook, in acknowledging his homosexuality, perpetuated a politically charged myth about gays in the workplace.
Cook knows his responsibilities as CEO of Apple. He proved that in his coming out.
After hundreds of accounts were suspended for the use of drag names like Sister Roma and Lil Miss Hot Mess, Facebook said it was rethinking certain policies.
Just when we were saying our first hello to Ello, it said goodbye. Here's why. And, yes, the buzzing ad-free social magnet is back up and running.
Martine Rothblatt, who founded Sirius Satellite Radio and currently leads United Therapeutics, a pharmaceutical company, took home a cool $38 million last year.
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