(RNS) — As banker, broadcast journalist and now a consultant to business startups, Mandeep Rai found universal values that synced with her Sikh faith.
(RNS) — India has filed a complaint against an Australian ad showing a pantheon of gods, including the Hindu deity Ganesh, promoting lamb as "the meat we can all eat." The problem — Ganesh, being Hindu, is a vegetarian.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) The mostly Christian country is home to a modest 100 halal-compliant food industry businesses, offering Muslims a choice of offerings and convenience, but that market may be growing.
GAZA (Reuters) It's not easy doing business from Gaza but tailor Mohammad Abu Shanab has found a demand he can supply – his sewing factory is churning out religious skull caps, for devout Jewish men.
(RNS) He was expected to take over the family's highly successful chain of grocery stories. He turned to preaching instead.
A Princeton historian says the idea that America is a "Christian nation" is a modern invention fueled by corporations, clergy, and politicians.
(Reuters) Opponents called it a "religious discrimination bill" which would allow private businesses, individuals and organizations to discriminate against gays and others on religious grounds.
The billionaire fast food mogul dies at 93. He remained true to his religious roots even when it cost him personally.
A Christian social entrepreneur says that our choices--when we say "yes" or "no"--has the power to change the course of our lives.
A candle company launched by Jefferson Bethke, the bestselling Christian author and YouTube sensation, seeks to fight injustice around the globe. Retail giant, Nordstrom, is expected to place an order soon.
(RNS) "Though Lord Ganesha merchandise is popular within the market we understand the sensitivities certain items may carry," the company said in a statement on Monday.
(RNS) Critics say the retailer should pull the item, which they consider insensitive to their faith.
If corporations have the same rights as humans, why stop at free speech and religious freedom? Hobby Lobby should have the right to bear arms and be forced to attend kindergarten.
(RNS) Human hands never touch Blessed Communion’s product until the consumer opens it like a small medicine cup with a pull-tab, almost eliminating the risk of contamination.
Google’s playful primary colors, quirky Doodles and whimsical office spaces are outward expressions of the company’s “Don’t be evil” motto. But the real work Googlers do trying to uphold that mantra for free expression and religious freedom goes far beyond flash.
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