31st October 2014
Top business leaders praise Tim Cook for coming out 1
6:27 PM — A number of top CEOs have praised Apple boss Tim Cook's decision to come out as gay.
17th June 2014
Former BP boss calls on gay CEOs to come out 7
5:59 PM — Former BP chief executive Lord Browne has called on more gay CEOs to be open about their sexuality.
24th May 2014
Former BP Chief: I stayed in the closet because I internalised being gay as wrong 5
4:22 PM — The former Chief Executive of BP has opened up about his "double-life" in the closet while running the company, in a book discussing homophobia in business.
27th December 2013
Former BP CEO Lord Browne: ‘The oil industry is so heterosexual’ 7
5:55 PM — The former chief executive of BP, Lord Browne, says the heterosexual atmosphere of the oil industry stopped him from being open about his sexuality.
22nd October 2013
HSBC UK boss heads up LGBT business list 2
8:09 PM — The head of UK banking at HSBC has topped the OUTstanding in Business awards, published by the Financial Times on Tuesday.
13th June 2013
Former BP CEO Lord Browne to write new book on homophobia in business 4
7:01 PM — Drawing on his own experiences, Lord Browne, the former chief executive of BP, is writing a new book entitled ‘The Glass Closet’ on the need to end homophobic discrimination in the work place and in corporate life.
20th April 2013
Lord Browne: I am still surprised at how cautious businesses are in accepting diversity 15
5:17 PM — Lord Browne, the former Chief Executive of BP, has spoken out about a current lack of acceptance of diversity in the world of business, and said that for years he was scared to come out as gay.
12th November 2012
Hillary Clinton supports London LGBT corporate summit 7
11:41 AM — Chief executives from some of the world’s largest companies will come together to discuss how the financial services industry can advance LGBT equality in a move which has the backing of Hillary Clinton.
30th May 2012
Ex-BP chief executive: Business is still intolerant of gays 9
10:09 AM — Lord Browne, the gay former chief executive of oil giant BP, has said the business world is more intolerant of gays than legal, media or arts professions and that Britain must work 'overtime' to reverse the criminalisation of homosexuality globally.