Despite an increase in college access, African-American students most commonly declare majors that lead to low-paying jobs.
[Editor's Note: We're hosting a webinar on February 18 to give stakeholders a quarterly update on the progress of the campaign. We'll also share what's yet to come this year!
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation was busy in 2015.
That's why we're proud to reveal a new video outlining our work last year, which focused on how businesses can do well, do good, and prepare for the future.
When we think about the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, there are a handful of words that tend to come to mind; words like antitrust, investigations, and consumer protection. However, in today’s increasingly connected world, the FTC’s focus tends to boil down to a different word: Balance.
Here's what is making headlines this week:
How can data and innovation help us tackle some of society's toughest challenges?
In particular, how can we fight hunger and poverty using new and creative approaches?
UnitedHealth Group has long been a leader in the employee engagement space. The company gives its employees ample opportunities to volunteer their time and receive matching contributions.
Ah, the Super Bowl. Is there a better event in all of professional sports? This Sunday marks the 50th Super Bowl, the “Golden Super Bowl” and it’s sure to be a barn burner.