Economic Equity

New Report Details Experience of Minority Women in the Subprime Lending Market and Disparate Treatment by Race

WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Ninety years after the passage of the 19th amendment by Congress, a new

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Team Hits Jackpot in National Business Plan Competitions

Even in a downturned economy, four students in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at

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Employee Engagement Has Its Limits

Study after study has shown that an engaged workforce is considered desirable in any organization and

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Workplace Diversity Pays: Research Links Diversity with Increased Sales Revenue and Profits, More Customers

Workplace diversity is among the most important predictors of a business’ sales revenue, customer numbers and

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What’s Good for Big Business Not Good for Economy

A study by a University of Arkansas researcher suggests that a stable group of large corporations is associated with slower economic growth, particularly in high-income countries.

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Workplace Psychologists Provide Edge to Business Organizations

Industrial-organizational psychology is a specialized science that is finding its way into corporate decision-making. As business

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Are CEOs Overpaid?

Amid the current economic turmoil, the debate over CEO pay has intensified. Now more than ever,

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Microenterprise Leaders Working to Help Small Businesses Affected by US Financial Crisis

WASHINGTON, DC. – Responding to the sharp economic downturn facing the nation, a group of seven

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All Prejudice Isn’t Created Equal; Whites Distribute It Unequally to Minorities

The Declaration of Independence may proclaim that all men are created equal, but American whites tend

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Economic Stimulus and MBEs

Late Friday, the U.S. Senate approved a pared back stimulus bill of approximately $827 billion, down

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Opportunity Evaluation in Entrepreneurship

Ask a successful entrepreneur what question they are most often asked at a dinner party, and

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Minority groups’ share of $10 trillion U.S. consumer market is growing steadily

ATHENS, Ga. — The buying power of Hispanics — now the nation’s largest minority group —

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