The world today is a digital world where communication across the globe is instant.
Ed Welburn, General Motors’ longtime head of automotive design and the first African American to lead global design for any automaker, is retiring after 44 years with the company.
Tamika Walker was paying $800 a month to rent a Northaven house, and grew tired of it.
Satisfaction seems to be the common element in commercial phrases, such as, “The customer is always right,” “If you don’t look good, we don’t look good,” and “We’re here to serve you.”
President Barack Obama is launching a version of “take your child to work day” that’s focused on America’s science laboratories instead of its corporate workspaces.
Walker’s Legacy, a national women-of-color in business collective named in honor of Madam C. J. Walker
S. Bank this week announced a $700,000 multi-year scholarship program in partnership with the United Negro College Fund at the seventh annual UNCF State of Minnesota Leaders’ Luncheon on Education, and offered a call to action for other Minnesota corporations ...
For years deceptive and predatory lenders have bilked millions of trusting consumers from their hard-earned monies, while consumer advocates have fought back for fair and transparent lending
For Chicago-based investor and philanthropist John Rogers, the Rainbow PUSH Coalition’s annual Wall Street Project in New York City is a must-attend event.
An old adage teaches that one man’s pain is another’s gain. That adage is a truism when it comes to the debt collection industry.
Just in time for Christmas, Jody Brayton is going home a free woman with a steady job.
The power of hip-hop and the Black economy were the topics of discussion during a press conference at the National Press Club Friday, kicking off the day’s events for the “Justice or Else” weekend here.
Black Americans and high school graduates fared better in the U.S. job market in September, while those without high school diplomas and recent veterans lost ground.
Theron Burton’s parents – Arie and Oscar – often told him that he could be anything he wanted to be.
Acquanetta Pierce Glass, president and CEO of Avance Communications in Detroit, Michigan, used last year’s Nielsen report on Black consumers to convince one of her clients to run a 15-second trailer in movie theaters during the holiday season.