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Today is #GivingTuesday, a beautiful day focused on generosity. It’s become a global movement.  Last #GivingTuesday, online donations totaled more than $400 million in 150 countries and generated more than 14.2 billion media impressions. That’s a lot of good being spread around the world. But today is also an important opportunity to think about who doesn’t typically get funding
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This is the web version of raceAhead, Fortune’s daily newsletter on race, culture, and inclusive leadership. To get it delivered daily to your inbox, sign up here. Add another credit to Gabrielle Union’s already impressive resume: workplace advocate. The actress and author was new to the unscripted variety show, now in its 14th season, when she heard
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This is the web version of raceAhead, Fortune’s daily newsletter on race, culture, and inclusive leadership. To get it delivered daily to your inbox, sign up here. The first stop on Michael Bloomberg’s slow train to presidential candidacy was an apology. On Sunday, the former New York City mayor stood in front of the audience at
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Here is your week in review, in haiku. A good idea it once seemed! So long ago to make poetry of headlines, short workof the news, not to make light of the times but to lighten the times. But when the headlines themselves are Onionesque — but not in that “good” way — then maybe
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Here’s your week in review, in haiku. It feels like the worldis tumbling toward the edge,aflame and at war, marching in the streets,languishing at the border.Cruelty is the point. Here’s to the work: the commemorators, and toleaders taking risks Labor on the Dayfor resilience! RGBnotoriously comes back from cancerfaster than we recoverfrom her name trending. Have a
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The 2019 MTV Video Music Awards aired last night at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. And while there was a wonderful and long overdue tribute to the talent the city has produced, one presumes the stars brought their own bottled water. That said, here are three moments that are worth revisiting in the light of day.
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Here’s your week in review, in haiku. 1.The world at the brink: But y’all keep looking for Amelia Earhart 2.The world at the brink: Then we lost our minds over a chicken sandwich 3.The world at the brink: Just ignore the smoke coming from the Amazon! 4.The world at the brink: I wonder how Miley
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The New York Times Magazine has launched an extraordinary editorial project to mark the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first enslaved Africans in the British colony of Virginia. This project is wide-reaching and collaborative, unflinching, and insightful. Best of all, 1619-related coverage is planned throughout the entire New York Times platform. The 1619 Project serves
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Now that we’ve had a little more than a week to decompress from our time in Montauk for Brainstorm Finance, we’ve been reflecting on everything we learned and culling the key trends that emerged from our discussions with top executives. (We’ve also been upgrading the Fortune.com website, which you can now enjoy with faster load
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2019 is poised to be the biggest year for U.S.-listed initial public offerings since the dotcom bubble. That was one of the findings in a piece I contributed to the recently published Fortune 500 issue of the magazine. As Kathleen Smith, cofounder of Renaissance Capital, an IPO-tracking firm, told me: “We think we can get
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