In 2016, an issue echoed throughout the annual NAACP convention: financial justice.
If Black Americans want real justice, it's time to remind the Congressional Black Caucus that when it comes to pushing for an American apology for slavery and reparations for Blacks, they need to either lead, follow or get out of ...
Industrial Bank has experienced recent "exponential" applications for account openings as many African-Americans are now directing their dollars toward Black-owned banks in an effort to show solidarity and to maximize the growing spending power the community has long held.
As people with disabilities assimilate into all aspects of everyday life, their needs and demands expand.
On July 21, the first federal agency dedicated to serving the financial needs of consumers will be 5 years old.
Blacks keep allowing themselves — and their issues — to be lost in the milieu of mainstream politics.
Farmers from the Southern region and their supporters gathered in front of the Supreme Court building in D.C. on Friday, demanding justice for what they called an unfair settlement in a landmark class-action lawsuit and the continued discrimination by the ...
Its goal is to help unlock the growth and job creation potential of small businesses across the country, providing greater access to business education, financial capital and support services. Since its inception announcement in 2009 and its start in 2010, ...
Whenever consumers open a new credit account, borrow a loan or begin contract financial services, it's a sure bet that there will be a lot of terms and requirements that appear in print so small one would need a magnifying ...
The Washington area is arguably the "best place in America" to do business with government and the ProBiz Entrepreneurial Conference is the place to forge relationships with captains in these industries.
Are Black media outlets still relevant? Is investing in Black media outlets smart business?
As a member of the African-American community and in recognition of the iconic status he held for us, I am seizing this moment to use Prince's passing as a "Teachable Moment!"
Volkswagen will spend $14.7 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history.
Wal-Mart has launched a new mobile pay service in its three D.C. locations, which it says will save shoppers both money and time.
A more robust economy is further delayed and the so-called "housing recovery" still leaves behind those who were most harmed by the foreclosure crisis.