Leaders in Hong Kong, London and New York make a business case for LGBT equality, with some common themes across the regions.
Heidi D'Agostino of The Economist believes LGBT diversity is a business imperative.
Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis hopes to see openly gay footballers in the premiership within the next five years.
Companies that invest in diversity could be 30% more productive than those who don't. Why is this even a discussion?
Qantas’ CEO Alan Joyce called for more CEOs and business leaders to 'come out of the closet' to be more authentic and effective leaders.
Homosexuality is still illegal in 76 countries around the world; governments and businesses both have a part to play in changing this.
First-ever global research by The Economist Intelligence Unit quantifies gaps in progress toward LGBT inclusion in business.
The challenges and opportunity costs of LGBT exclusion in the Asian economy.
Director of the CIA John Brennan told the Pride and Prejudice audience how the CIA was righting wrongs of the past.
US Ambassador to Vietnam, Ted Osius talks about what's required to bring reform in LGBT discrimination.
Promoting LGBT inclusion in your company isn't just the right thing to do, it makes great business sense too, say Jim Fitterling and Jan Siegmund.
Robert Hanson and Trevor Burgess spoke at The Economist's Pride and Prejudice event in NY on the importance of driving diversity and inclusion.