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Millennials New Frontier: A Career in Financial Services

The Bright Future in Sustainable Investing
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by Kelly Coyne VP, Impax Asset Mmgt and Pax Ellevate Mgmt.

Why do millennials eschew jobs in financial services and how Sustainable Investing is changing that

What Black History Month Means to These Duke Energy Employees

Employees share the importance of celebrating Black History Month
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Since 1976, February has been a designated month to honor the accomplishments of black Americans and celebrate their contributions to our culture and history. Black History Month and other history and heritage celebrations support Duke Energy’s commitment to diversity and inclusion. According to Duke Energy’s Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Joni Davis, these holidays give us an opportunity to better understand the rich traditions and cultures of Duke Energy's employees, customers and communities it serves.

P&G Ad Featuring Super Bowl Halftime Performer Adam Levine

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According to a recent study that P&G commissioned for Pampers, 90 percent of dads consider themselves to be “hands-on.” But more than half feel society places less value on a father’s parenting role. 

“As millions of families tune in to watch Super Bowl LIII together, Pampers believes this is the perfect moment to celebrate the changing role of dads and shine a spotlight on the unique bond they share with their babies,” P&G stated. 

Watch the ad here

Black History Month Highlights the Power of Employee Resource Groups

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Employee resource groups are at their best when they shine a light on a company’s strengths and opportunities. Kimberly-Clark’s employee-led African-American Employee Network (AAEN) is using this year’s Black History Month as an opportunity to do both - to celebrate employees who lead across Kimberly-Clark’s brands and business functions as mentors, inno

Comerica Bank Women's Business Symposium: Detroit - Q&A Roundup

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We wrapped up the 2018 Comerica Bank Women's Business Symposium: Detroit, one of our annual networking events specifically for women striving to reach new heights in the business world. The event featured a variety of speakers, discussions and networking sessions. During this time, we were able to sit down and have a direct conversation with three of our presenters. Here's a look at what they had to say: 

Ivette Mayo 

Timberland and the Smallholder Farmers Alliance Celebrate Haiti’s First Commercial Cotton Harvest in Three Decades

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Last week three representatives from Timberland joined smallholder farmers in Haiti to pick cotton as part of Haiti’s’ first commercial cotton harvest in 30 years. Since 2016, Timberland has partnered with the Smallholder Farmers Alliance (SFA) on an initiative to reintroduce cotton farming - once the country’s fourth-largest export crop - to Haiti. The recent harvest was a key milestone in the project, which aims to create a new sustainable supply chain of organically grown cotton while simultaneously providing social and environmental benefits to Haitian farm communities.

Scotiabank and Tecnológico de Monterrey Announce Factory A in Mexico City, a Corporate Accelerator Designed to Foster Fintech Innovation and Growth

Factory A will select 10 FinTech ventures made up of young entrepreneurs from Latin America to join the Entrepreneur Coworking Ecosystem
Press Release

TORONTO, February 7, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Scotiabank and The Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), commonly referred to as Tec de Monterrey, today announced the launch of Factory A in Mexico City, the bank's first accelerator.

"Factory A will unite the entrepreneurial and innovative focus of Tecnológico de Monterrey with Scotiabank's digital and banking experience", said Enrique Zorrilla, CEO, Scotiabank in Mexico, "We are pleased that the partnership is providing a solid foundation for FinTech growth in the region."

Novartis Receives FDA Approval for Egaten® for the Treatment of Fascioliasis, a Neglected Tropical Disease

Summary: 
  • Egaten is the only drug approved in the US for the treatment of people with fascioliasis and is currently the only treatment recommended by the WHO

  • Fascioliasis, commonly known as liver fluke infestation, is estimated to infect 2.4 million people globally1

  • Novartis has been donating Egaten to the WHO since 2005, helping to treat around 2 million patients in more than 30 countries

  • FDA approval reinforces the company’s commitment to reduce the burden of neglected tropical diseases including fascioliasis, leprosy and malaria

Press Release
  • Egaten is the only drug approved in the US for the treatment of people with fascioliasis and is currently the only treatment recommended by the WHO

  • Fascioliasis, commonly known as liver fluke infestation, is estimated to infect 2.4 million people globally1

  • Novartis has been donating Egaten to the WHO since 2005, helping to treat around 2 million patients in more than 30 countries

  • FDA approval reinforces the company’s commitment to reduce the burden of neglected tropical diseases including fascioliasis, leprosy and malaria

A Look Back at Gildan’s Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives

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As a global company, Gildan recognizes that one of its greatest strengths comes from the collective diversity of its organization. The Company is focused on supporting a culture that encourages the contributions of everyone and is invested in the development of its employees and communities, further enabling them to recognize and reach their full potential.

Lockheed Martin Looks to Fill 100+ STEM Jobs at BEYA STEM Conference

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BETHESDA, Md., February 6, 2019 /3BL Media/ – Are you looking for a job? Would you like to be offered a position on-the-spot? Lockheed Martin will be hiring at the 2019 Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) STEM Global Competitiveness Conference in Washington, D.C., February 9.

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