Monthly Archives: April 2015


Apple: Setting a New Business Standard for Progress by Ian Cureton

  The comfort of community, and the idea that I belong, is a powerful nod to something that is better understood than articulated. As a 22 year-old black male in America I am reminded daily that I do not belong to the “in-group” in mainstream society. Yet, I embrace this […]


What Can Indiana Fix?

By Leah Smiley First, let me preface this conversation by stating unequivocally:  religion, politics, and business (in a capitalistic economy) DO NOT mix well. Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act has caused such an uproar in the last couple of weeks that it’s hard to believe that nearly two dozen other […]