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Companies accused of crimes get more digital privacy rights than people...

Sarah Esther Lageson, Rutgers University - Newark and Elizabeth Chiarello, Saint Louis University Corporations increasingly receive the same rights as people. Now, it seems,...

Let’s call athletes ‘workers,’ and let’s call these NBA protests what...

Abraham I. Khan, Pennsylvania State University The Milwaukee Bucks’ startling refusal to take to the court for their NBA playoff game on Aug. 26 was...

Rethinking the K-pop industry’s silence during the Black Lives Matter movement

Hye Jin Lee, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism As nationwide protests against police violence and racial inequality continue in the...

Upskill the upskillers: The must-have New Year’s resolution for businesses

Nadia Naffi, Université Laval; Ann-Louise Davidson, Concordia University, and Houda Jawhar, Concordia University Today, the survival of many organizations depends on their plans to leverage...

How much credit should corporations get for the advancement of LGBTQ...

Nick Lehr, The Conversation Gay pride parades increasingly include marchers representing corporations, from defense contractor Raytheon to telecommunications conglomerate Comcast. During the most recent Pride...

Razor burned: Why Gillette’s campaign against toxic masculinity missed the mark

Alan Abitbol, University of Dayton Gillette has launched a new marketing campaign, “The Best Men Can Be,” with an ad that has gone viral. The ad...

Transgender Americans still face workplace discrimination despite some progress and support...

George B. Cunningham, Texas A&M University Activist Gwendolyn Ann Smith founded Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20 to honor the memory of those...

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Women have disrupted research on bird song, and their findings show...

Kevin Omland, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Evangeline Rose, University of Maryland, and Karan Odom, Cornell University Americans often idealize scientists as unbiased, objective observers....