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Behind HRC's Corporate Equality Index

By Colleen Cottet | May 11
Who are the LGBT allies in the corporate world? And by what criteria is a corporation deemed friend?

Sponsorship of Gay Pride Parades on the Rise

By Brady McCombs | Jun 27
From Starbucks to eBay to Macy’s, the increasing visibility of corporations at the parade in Utah and at others across the country in recent years comes as same-sex marriage bans fall in the courts and polls show greater public acceptance of gay marriage.

Chicago Area Group Plans March on McDonalds Over Sochi Sponsorship

By Bobby McGuire | Aug 12
As the true pedigree of Stolichnaya continues to be debated amidst a well-publicized national boycott against the brand, it appears as though the focus on protesting corporate support of the Russian government will be shifting from booze to burgers.

Why Would Corporations Support Marriage Equality?

By Ed Mickens | Nov 9
In a relatively short time, corporations have seen a sea change in how they view LGBT rights. From implementing pro-gay internal policies to vocally supporting marriage equality, companies are recognizing that supporting LGBT rights is good business.

Being Gay-Friendly Enhances Corporations’ Bottom Lines

By Winnie McCroy | Oct 27
Being LGBT-inclusive and welcoming is not only the right thing to do morally, it’s also good for business. The HRC’s Corporate Equality Index outlines benchmarks for good practices, and corporate leaders admit it has helped their bottom line.

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