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What Leaders Can Learn From Macy's Tweet Applauding "The Diverse Dance Group"
The Macy's incident serves as an important lesson and reminder for all of us. Here are five things we can reflect on, learn and act on as leaders.
Meet the "Guayabocas," the Mask In the Shape of a Guayabera Made in Mexico
Someone saw an opportunity to do business by redesigning the garment that has become an indispensable accessory during the pandemic.
Want to Go On a Free Caribbean Cruise? This One Is Seeking Volunteers to Test Anti-Covid-19 Measures
Royal Caribbean has launched a search for volunteers for a simulated cruise ship.
Companies Whose Boards Are Entirely White Men Could Be Delisted From Nasdaq's US Stock Exchange
Nasdaq said on Tuesday that companies listed on its main US stock exchange should have "at least two diverse directors" on their boards or face being delisted. Currently, three in four companies listed do not meet these requirements.
Uber Completes Its $2.65 Billion Purchase of Postmates
The all-stock deal will see Postmates' apps and branding live on.
January and February Will Be the Worst Months of the Pandemic, According to an Infectologist From Durango
According to the specialist of the Ministry of Health in Durango, José Antonio Candelas González, the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to worsen in the months of January and February.
YouTube's Top Trending Videos of 2020: How Many Have You Watched?
From Dave Chappelle's 8:46 to TikTok superstars Charli and Dixie D'Amelio, these are the videos and creators that made the biggest splash on the Google-owned video site in 2020.
In 2021 There Could Be Up to 10 Vaccines Available
Although the race to find the vaccine against COVID-19 continues, it is estimated that, by the middle of next year, there could be a dozen.