WSJ's Financial Inclusion Challenge Winner: Hope Credit Union The Wall Street Journal's first Financial Inclusion Challenge in the U.S. concluded with three finalists facing a panel of judges to answer questions about the impact and sustainability of their work. Hope Credit Union, based in Jackson, Miss., received the evening's top honors for its efforts to provide banking services in underserved regions of the American South. Video/Photo: Clara Ritger for The Wall Street Journal
Fri, 11 May 2018 09:30:00 GMT Sarah Jessica Parker on the #MeToo #TimesUp Movement Actress Sarah Jessica Parker and Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund Leader Tina Tchen spoke at WSJ’s Future of Everything festival about how workplace culture and the media industry have changed in the wake of the #MeToo movement. Parker also weighed in on how her “Sex And The City” character Carrie Bradshaw would be portrayed today.
Thu, 10 May 2018 22:58:47 GMT What's a Good Job? This Billionaire CEO Has an Answer At WSJ's Future of Everything Festival, Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya spoke about what a good job means to him, and why he feels the current parental leave policy in America is "unhuman."
Wed, 09 May 2018 15:43:14 GMT Propel: An App That Makes Checking Food-Stamp Balances Easier Brooklyn-based Propel designed a smartphone app called Fresh EBT -- available in all 50 states -- that makes it easier for people to check their food-stamp balances. The company is one of three finalists in The Wall Street Journal's 2018 Financial Inclusion Challenge.