If you keep doing what you've always done, you'll keep getting what you've always gotten.
Under water, overtaxed and overextended were just some of the adjectives used by residents who continue to voice concern over Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker's proposed 15 percent property tax increase.
In honor of its 80th anniversary, Industrial Bank, the oldest African-American bank in D.C., held a competition to award $80,000 in grants to five local African-American-owned businesses.
D.C. added 3,800 jobs in April, the city's Department of Employment Services reported Wednesday.
Univision, which boasts the world's largest Spanish-language TV viewing audience, has purchased top Black news website The Root in an attempt to expand amid shifting demographics.
Wal-Mart announced Thursday that it is guaranteeing a job offer to any eligible U.S. veteran honorably discharged from active duty since the 2013 launch of its Veterans Welcome Home Commitment, expanding a program made to honor veterans in the D.C. ...
Rather than the typical "wringing of hands," blacks need to cease "I Can't Breathe" demonstrations and move en masse to embrace and employ a well-coordinated political, cultural and economic movement.
Black America is in a state of emergency, and what's happened in Baltimore, Ferguson, Missouri, and other places isn't solely about police misconduct, according to members of the Congressional Black Caucus.
A top official for the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation (EDC) who led its business development team this week at an annual convention in Las Vegas said the team's main focus is attracting "quality retail businesses" to the county.
The Supreme Court struck down Monday a Maryland income tax that effectively double-taxed residents for earning income in other states.
When it comes to consumer finance, traditional lenders usually review credit scores before reaching a decision. In general, the higher a consumer's credit score is, the lower the cost of credit they will pay.
Hundreds of entrepreneurs and real estate developers celebrated the achievements of their colleagues during an annual awards ceremony in a premier hotel located in the heart of a thriving D.C. neighborhood.
Banks by definition are in the business of making money — primarily through carefully considered loans and investments. But one local bank has expanded its scope of services by doing the unthinkable: giving money away.
The men and women who wear our nation's uniform are expected to defend our nation at home and abroad. Yet when it comes to financial services, service members are not always been protected in return.
Industrial Bank, the oldest and largest black-owned community bank in the metropolitan Washington region, awarded five grants totaling $80,000 on Thursday at the Radio One headquarters in downtown Silver Spring, Maryland.