America faces a question in the aftermath of sustained protests over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer: Where do we, as a society, go from here? How can banking and real estate help?
Many Bostonians of color find one of the city’s crowning jewels, the Seaport District, a hostile and unwelcoming place, a new survey has found. Fortunately, there’s still time to do something about it.
Since the abrupt departure of former President and CEO Michael Daly, and reports of a “toxic” workplace culture at Berkshire Bank last year, new CEO Richard Marotta has said diversity and inclusion would be one of his top priorities.
Racial diversity remains elusive in local commercial real estate circles, despite Boston’s 21st-century DNA as a majority-minority city.