News (Business)

LadyLike Foundation Presents 15th Annual Women of Excellence Awards

South Carolina Gamecocks Coach Dawn Staley, Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation CEO Nichol T. Whiteman, and Beautyblender founder Rea Ann Silva will be honored at the LadyLike Foundation’s 15th Annual Women of Excellence Awards Luncheon and fashion show on Saturday, June 1, 11 a.m., at the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

AFL-CIO Report Exposes Deepening Racial Disparities in Workplace Safety

The AFL-CIO, a coalition representing 12.5 million workers across various unions, has released its 33rd annual report, “Death on the Job: The Toll of Neglect,” uncovering troubling racial disparities in workplace safety. The report’s findings, based on the most recent data available, underscore the urgent need for policymakers, regulatory bodies, and employers to confront the disproportionate rates of fatalities, injuries, and illnesses faced by workers of color

Chip Smith – Third-Generation Leader of Harrison Ross Mortuaries

In celebration of Black Business Month, the L.A. Sentinel shines a spotlight on William “Chip” Smith III, the CEO of Harrison Ross Mortuaries in Los Angeles. As a third-generation leader of this esteemed Black-owned family business, Chip continues to uphold the legacy established by his grandparents, Leon Harrison and Emma Ross.

AI-generated models could bring more diversity to the fashion industry — or leave it with less

Proponents say the growing use of AI in fashion modeling showcases diversity in all shapes and sizes, allowing consumers to make more tailored purchase decisions that in turn reduces fashion waste from product returns. And digital modeling saves money for companies and creates opportunities for people who want to work with the technology.