If you have ever traveled to Haiti, you know as well as I do there is one defining characteristic that you can’t miss: the entrepreneurial spirit that the Haitian people possess everywhere you go.
On December 5, 2012 Siemens presented their highest honor to high school students for their projects in cancer stem cell research and innovative prosthetic limb technology.
The world has watched for months as protests and revolutions have swept throughout the Arab World. However in Palestine, a region long known for political unrest, a quieter transformation is taking place. Google is using its resources to cultivate a Palestinian technology revolution.
If there is one theme unifying the work of the Chamber BCLC, it is that the diversity of the interests of the American business community is an enormous strength of the U.S. economic system. You name the issue, and there is some company working on it.
By Michael C. Fields, Director of Philanthropy, ITT Corporation
More than 12 million people in the Horn of Africa today are in need of live-saving assistance due to the severe drought and resulting famine in the region. It's the worst drought in that region in 60 years, most severely affecting areas of Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Djibouti.
I recently interviewed Faith Frank, President of the AXA Foundation about AXA Achievement, the foundation's program to offer college access and advice to prospective students and their families.
This week 85 disaster experts met in Hawaii to discuss how they could work together to promote community resilience throughout the Pacific Rim, a region continually weighed down by earthquakes, tsunamis, cyclones, typhoons, mudslides, and other devastating events.
By Chris Laborde, Gulf Coast Alliance for Economic and Environmental Resilience