BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Are Blacks Being 'Schooled?'

Black students attending for-profit school courses cannot be allowed to continue amassing huge debt they can't pay.

Shattering the NCAA Exploitive Business Model

The recent National Labor Relations Board decision granting Northwestern University football players the right to unionize, if upheld, will shatter the NCAA's business model.

Nielsen Named to DiversityInc's 2014 List of Top 50 Companies for Diversity

Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy, was named to DiversityInc’s 14th annual Top 50 Companies for Diversity list.

D.C. Mayor Gray Welcomes CBS Radio to Capitol Riverfront

D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray announced Monday that CBS Radio's six locally-heard stations will move to the Capitol Riverfront office building, a move the mayor said will contribute to the revitalization of the District's economy.

Ron Busby Approves of Pick to Head Federal Minority Business Agency

Ron Busby, the president of the U.S. Black Chambers, Inc., backed on Friday Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker's selection of Alejandra Castillo as the new national director of the Minority Business Development Agency.

Students Should Withdraw from Some Credit Card Programs

As 21st Century employers continue to seek a highly-trained workforce, the marketable value of a college education has never been higher.

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Celebrating 'The Great Society'

Having the nation's first African-American president at the Civil Rights Summit speaks to the immeasurable success of Lyndon Baines Johnson's presidency.

How to Prepare Your Kids for Financial Success

Do you want to set your kids up for future financial success? Then start now.

SPRIGGS: FTT — Financial Transaction Tax or 'Flash Boys' Transaction Tax?

If we are to accept the notion that Wall Street's recklessness is the price of higher growth, then we must also require Wall Street to insure against their failures.

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Am I My Brother's Keeper?

How many times a day do you put money in another Black person's hand?

Mortgage Complaints Grow

The housing crisis is still not over for far too many households.

Senate Votes to Restore Benefits to Long-Term Unemployed

The U.S. Senate voted Tuesday to restore benefits for the long-term unemployed that went away in December.

Sustaining Homeownership & Empowering First Time Homebuyers Seminar a Hit

In celebration of National Fair Housing Month, about 70 people attended the "Sustaining Homeownership & Empowering First Time Homebuyers" Seminar held Saturday, April 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Kingdom Square Mall in Capitol Heights, Md.

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Callie House and the Struggle for Reparations

Under President Barack Obama, the concept of affirmative action has fallen flat. Those who thought their fortunes would be better under a Black president are advised to support a role model such as Callie House.

The Castaway Elders: Living Alone and Poor

Living poor and alone is becoming increasingly common in the United States for the elderly.


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