Monday, August 5, 2013

MMTC President David Honig Examines Diversity Agenda at the FCC: Time to ‘Afflict the Comfortable; Comfort the Afflicted’

August 5, 2013

Tweet During MMTC’s 11th Annual Access to Capital Conference, a team of respected journalists challenged MMTC President David Honig on the most effective means to create an MWBE (minority- and women-owned business enterprise) agenda for the FCC. The need for a specific MWBE agenda is illuminated by the steady decline in minority ownership of broadcasting, […]

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MMTC Supplier Diversity Event Puts Inclusion First, Gives Entrepreneurs Direct Access to Major Telecom Companies’ Procurement Officers

August 5, 2013

Tweet Most people in business are familiar with this famous quote: “Success is where preparation meets opportunity.” This quote aptly describes MMTC’s recent “Supplier Diversity Networking Reception and Procurement Forum,” which was held at MMTC’s recent Access to Capital and Telecom Policy Conference on July 10, 2013.   MMTC joined forces with executives at AT&T and […]

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George Zimmerman Trial Reveals Stark Media Divide

August 5, 2013

Tweet The aftermath of the not-guilty verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman has revealed a persisting racial divide among Americans.  A recent survey found that among African Americans, 86 percent disapproved of the verdict and 87 percent believed Zimmerman’s shooting of Trayvon Martin was unjustified. On the other hand, 51 percent of whites approved […]

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