Arizona's Board of Cosmetology seems to have something to say about the make-up of the American dream.
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.
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
Yesterday I attended FEMA’s “Building Resilience through Public-Private Partnerships” conference, and wanted to share a few takeaways from the event.
It is tempting to think that all the nation’s economic troubles – slow growth and high unemployment – can be traced to the financial crisis and the recession that started in 2007-2008. But this would be a mistake. Some of the challenges the country faces predate the financial crisis.
One in six Americans live in so-called “food insecure” homes. That means one in six Americans is seriously hungry, likely under-nourished or malnourished, and doesn’t know when they’ll have their next meal.