Topics :: gay business leaders
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By Winnie McCroy | Wednesday Apr 23, 2014
New to Boston from Maine, dog trainer Elsa Larsen has opened My Wonderful Dog, an Arlington-based company that offers in-home or group dog training.
By Winnie McCroy | Tuesday Mar 11, 2014
Gains in riches have increased among women and people across the world, but according to the recent Forbes Billionaires List, only seven of the world’s 1,645 billionaires are openly gay, and five of them are American.
By EDGE | Friday Jan 10, 2014
Scores of the brightest LGBT movers and shakers in Boston’s business community will converge on the Prudential Center complex for StartOut Boston’s 2014 Kickoff LGBT Entreneurship Panel & Networking event.
By Kenyth Mogan | Friday Jan 4, 2013
The recent opening of KRAVE Massive, an 80,000-square-foot nightclub with five separate dance floors, gives hope that Las Vegas’ downtown scene will thrive.
By Ed Mickens | Tuesday Dec 11, 2012
The third Out on the Street Summit was held in London in mid-November, bringing together 180 companies to look at LGBTs in the financial sector and at whether what’s good for LGBT rights is also good for business.
By Will O’Bryan | Wednesday Nov 14, 2012
A free, one-day Chamber event taking place inside the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, Saturday, Nov. 17, featuring dozens of businesses, entertainment, presentations and entertainment.
By Conswella Bennett | Sunday Jul 1, 2012
For two well-known Georgia real estate agents, the Corwell Group and Common Grounds, doing business means giving back part of their profits to the LGBT community.
By Curtis M. Wong | Monday Nov 1, 2010
For a time, it looked as though Clark Frasier and Mark Gaier would go down rather dubiously as the Susan Luccis of the New England culinary scene, despite having been praised by the legendary Julia Child, The New York Times, and Bon Appétit.
By Kilian Melloy | Friday Feb 26, 2010
Citibank is seeking to counter a "homophobic" image in the wake of having frozen the account of an Internet startup, a gay social networking site, for its "objectionable content."
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Feb 9, 2010
With advanced degrees from Cambrige University, a position as CEO of a major firm, and a seat in the House of Lords (the British equivalent of the Senate), John Browne seemed a man of rare accomplishment. But his life was turned inside out when he was outed, Browne says in his new memoir, Beyond Business.
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