Generation Genius talks leadership, innovation and technology

From checking your email to medical research, technology plays a huge roll in everyday life. As the emergent field continues to grow, it creates additional opportunities for entrepreneurs in computers, the Internet, electronics, robotics, energy, communications, math, science, medicine, transportation ...

Consumers seek benefits of small business

As shoppers grab their wallets and purses to purchase goods and products for their families and homes, many will opt for local businesses and mom and pop establishments instead of their big-box competitors.

Avoid identity theft: Tips to help protect your identity

Letting down your guard in search of the best deals can substantially increase your risk of exposing personal and financial information. The experts at Cadence Bank offer these tips to help you shop safely:

Minority-owned businesses still underrepresented in state procurement

After conducting a disparity study in 2009, the Texas Comptroller’s office concluded special programs to secure procurement for Historically Underutilized Businesses are still necessary. It went on to affirm its commitment to ensure state agencies make a concerted effort to ...

Jesse Jackson calls tech hiring ‘outrageous’

Jesse Jackson says it is “outrageous” that high-tech firms based in Silicon Valley hire so few women and people of color. “Rainbow PUSH successfully challenged companies to release their workforce diversity data. We researched the racial and gender composition in ...

Southwest Center Mall to open event center

For Oak Cliff resident Cheryl Taylor, the South Dallas community has been her home for over 50 years

AT&T faces $10 billion race discrimination suit

A group that advocates for economic inclusion and fair contracting for Black-owned media recently filed a $10 billion dollar lawsuit alleging racial discrimination against AT&T and DirecTV.

Group focuses on developing Black CEOs

In an effort to increase the relevancy of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, the Thurgood Marshall College Fund redesigned one of its signature programs to cultivate Black industry leaders at the corporate level.

Recreating historic Black Wall Street photo

Oct. 18 was a sight to remember, as members of the Black Dollar Project gathered together on the steps of the historic St. John MBC on Dowling to re-create the Black Wall Street photo.

Raising minimum wages would benefit economy

Raising the minimum wage to $10.10 would likely save taxpayers $39 billion in spending on safety net programs per year, according to a new issue brief by the Economic Policy Institute.

Small business competition honors one-person enterprises

Cricket Wireless launched its Cricket Community Stars: Salute to Solopreneurs contest to recognize men and women who serve as one-person enterprises and still make it a priority to help their community.

New study by Nielsen underscores need for diversity

The most effective way for companies to connect with African Americans is by reflecting diversity in their advertisements and utilizing Black media, according to a new study by Nielsen.

Companies ‘steal’ billions from low-income workers

Employers pickpocket billions of dollars from low-wage workers, a crime that disproportionately hurts Blacks and often goes underreported,

Dallas CEOs on Black Enterprise Top 100 list

In celebration of three Dallas County-based businesses who made the Top 100 Black-owned businesses in the July issue of Black Enterprise

Larkin joins Black Press national marketing team

Washington, D.C. (NNPA) – Steven Larkin, a seasoned national advertising sales leader, has been contracted as the national advertising sales representative with the National Newspaper Publishers Association; a national membership of over 200 African American newspapers that reaches over 20.1 ...