Finance News

Vans Trainer Shop Amplifies Persecuted Voices

Vans, the famous and trendy trainer shop, have dedicated their Covent Garden retail outlet to share LGBTQ stories from countries where being gay, trans or non conformist is illegal. The company says “ Visit our Covent Garden’s location for a showcase of selected Pride portraits and stories.​ By featuring these 6 stories of survival from the LGBTQI+ community, we hope to create greater visibility and fight the stigma that silences so many people. Their images will bring the Pride story alive in a meaningful and authentic way.  “.

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New Lottery Will Benefit Our Communities

Attitude Magazine and LGBTQ Commercial Radio network Gaydio both report this week on a new fundraising initiative from within the heart of the gay, bi, trans and non-binary communities. It's called Rainbow Lottery and it is the brainchild of Tom Gattos.

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BBC Investigation into Amazon Ethics

A BBC 2 investigation alleges that Amazon the multi million pound distributor, is cutting corners and applying unsafe working practices on its poorly paid staff. The findings were broadcast on the “News Night” programme on April 1st.

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Oreos Give a Tasty Twist to Equality

Gay Times reports that the manufacturers of Oreo Cookies have once again shown their solidarity for our community, with a tweet saying “Trans People Exist”, which quickly garnered an international network of five hundred thousand likes.

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HSBC Celebrates Pride Season with Online Ad

HSBC has launched an advertisement on You Tube, a channel which is run by a gay friendly corporation, namely Google, but which still has difficulties removing homophobic and transphobic content from its platforms.

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It's a case of “are they, aren't they” and perhaps also “sneeze and you'll miss it” with the new commercial running now on television and video streaming services from an insurance giant


Hargreaves Lansdown, the famous insurance experts and brokers, have earned much new respect from the LGBT community this week by showing that a corporation can put its money where its mouth is in r


It has for years been the contention of gay and trans activists that people with homophobic and transphobic opinions are dangerously unstable, with explosive tempers and utter disrespect for people


Elliott Management, the hedge fund run by New York based liberal Republican Paul Singer, has bought Waterstones Bookstore Chain from the Russian billionaire who had previously owned it.

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