Wells Fargo CEO sorry for 'insensitive comment' on diversity
Charles Scharf has apologized after pinning the lack of diversity at the company on a shortage of qualified minority candidates
UK concert hall sheds name of slave trader whose statue was toppled
The former Colston Hall has renamed as Bristol Beacon amid growing discussion of Britain's legacy of slavery
World becoming less tolerant of migrants - Gallup poll
Seven European countries were ranked the least accepting, while the sharpest downturns in public opinion came in Peru, Ecuador and Colombia
Fed policymakers urge Congress, state and local government action to close racial gaps
Federal Reserve policymakers urged Congress, state and local governments to address racial inequalities in wealth and income
Who is Zendaya? The young Black actress making Emmys history
The 24-year-old is the youngest woman to win an Emmy for best actress in a drama - and only the second Black woman to do so
EU plans to crack down on racism in 'moment of reckoning'
Commission pledges to crack down on member states which fail to implement anti-racism laws as they say progress 'not good enough'
Pivotal Harvard race discrimination case to be weighed by U.S. appeals court
The Ivy League university has come under fire over claims of artificially limiting the number of Asian-Americans at the school
Color blind? How boardroom diversity data eludes advocates
As demands grow for greater diversity, businesses are struggling to tell the ethnicity of directors in the absence of self-reporting and disclosure
U.S. troops battling racism report high barrier to justice
The U.S. military, which has long promoted itself as a meritocracy, is undergoing its own moment of reckoning over racism
Beyonce reference cut from Bollywood song after racist lyrics storm
Film’s director apologises, saying the offending lyric 'was never intended racially'