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  • Gay Entertainment Company TLA Sold

    On Jan. 30, Sterling Genesis International acquired TLA Entertainment Group — which includes tlamovies.com, tlavideo.com, tlagay.com, tlacult.com and tlaondemand.com. G. Sterling Zinsmeyer, chairman of Sterling Genesis International, will become chief operating officer of TLA Entertainment Group. Sterling Genesis CEO and president Derek Curl will be the new CEO and president of TLA Entertainment Group. Both are openly gay.

  • Big Gay Ice Cream's Business Secrets

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    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Doug Quint should have been working on his dissertation in June 2009 when he decided he wanted a "fun summer job."

  • Businesses Lash Out Over Arizona's Anti-Gay Bill

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Businesses are lashing out over an Arizona bill that would allow retailers to refuse service to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender customers based on the owners' religious convictions.

  • Keep Your Dollars Gay

    Gay-owned businesses ready for shopping season.

    If you are looking to keep your dollars gay this holiday season, the South Florida Gay News has a few recommendations.

  • Mozilla CEO Resigns Over Anti-Same-Sex-Marriage Controversy

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Just ten days after taking the job, Brendan Eich has resigned as CEO of Mozilla after sparking outrage over his donation to an anti-same-sex marriage campaign.

  • Mozilla Names Interim CEO After Gay-Marriage Controversy

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Mozilla appointed an interim CEO on Monday, as the company attempts to move past a controversy over same-sex marriage that forced out its previous chief.

  • Publix Grocery Store Chain Scores A Zero on Corporate Equality Index

    Is Publix a great company or an out-of-date entity?

    The Supermarket giant, headquartered in Lakeland, Fla., has come under fire for how it treats its LGBT employees.

  • Supreme Court Preview- Can Corporations Exercise Religion?

    The U.S. Supreme Court will hear two cases next week that test the degree to which employers may use their personal religious beliefs to deny certain health coverage for employees. Neither case involves any LGBT-related health coverage; but the decisions in both may affect whether employers will be able to cite religious beliefs to deny such services as alternative insemination and gender reassignment.