Corporate boards are finally starting to keep their diversity promises
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We'll also look at the impact of federal aid for small meat processors and examine a new index that delves into supply chain pressures.
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The global supply chain pressure index shows that recent disruptions are extreme. But the labor situation is not represented.
Three small-business owners weigh in on how the shopping season went for them.
They're facing the same labor market gap everyone else is. Employers need to sell themselves more than ever, one recruiter says.
Just four companies process the lion's share of meat. Critics say that means high prices for consumers and low prices for ranchers.
Representation of women and people from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups increased significantly after 2020's pledges, data shows.
At more than 500,000 residents, Albuquerque, New Mexico is the largest city in the U.S. to experiment with zero-fare transit.