Following LGBTQ political leaders' endorsement of Democratic Party contenders Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, LGBTQ businesss leaders have followed suit.
A study has determined that an estimated US$3.8B has boosted state and local economies ever since same-sex weddings were allowed in the US in 2015.
According to research, the LGBTQ community in the US will be hit hard by the COVID-19 economic effects, like job losses driven by economic shutdowns.
LGBT advocates are readying to push the LGBT Equality Act in Congress and this time, they got 164 leading businesses to join in for corporate support.
According to a study on the costs of unfair treatment, 20 percent of LGBT employees had experienced being bullied while working in the tech industry.
LGBT workers in the US gained a victory against President Donald Trump after he took away an executive order that protects them from discrimination.
The Chinese LGBT market is set to expand with Chinese companies willing to be LGBT-friendly. However, LGBTs working in these companies are still wary.
More businesses in the US are instituting LGBT-friendly work policies, according to the HRC Foundation in their annual Corporate Equality Index report.
Businesses must note that the LGBT market demographic is as diverse as their rainbow flag, if companies want to benefit from their strong buying power.
Diversity and equality are key factors for business success, according to Credit Suisse of top LGBT businesses that perform well in the market.