Made In America: JAY-Z’s blueprint to ‘Roc’ the global business, culture of tennis

Busy curating the Budweiser Made In America Festival, preparing for his highly anticipated performance at the two-day music extravaganza in Philadelphia — featuring the Cause Village, a showcase of non-profit organizations led by the Shawn Carter Foundation to benefit the United Way and ACLU — JAY-Z had business at the 2017 US Open Tennis Championships to be concerned … Continue reading Made In America: JAY-Z’s blueprint to ‘Roc’ the global business, culture of tennis

JAY-Z showcases philanthropic and advocacy ambitions at Budweiser Made In America Fest

In 2003, Shawn “JAY-Z” Carter dropped his eighth record, “The Black Album,” promoting the prophetic classic as his final album before embarking on a self-imposed retirement. During the same year the musician, businessman and philanthropist co-founded the Shawn Carter Foundation with his mother, Gloria, focused on empowering youth and communities in need. Fortunately, the “CEO … Continue reading JAY-Z showcases philanthropic and advocacy ambitions at Budweiser Made In America Fest

Facing millions in fines, Arizona Dept. of Corrections records another suspicious suicide

Arizona Department of Corrections’ director, Charles Ryan, appeared before a Phoenix judge last week to address whether he tried to undermine a court order that prohibited retaliation against inmates who participated in a class-action lawsuit over the quality of health care in the state’s prisons. Plagued by years of litigation and allegations the state provides … Continue reading Facing millions in fines, Arizona Dept. of Corrections records another suspicious suicide