Blacks may want to explore the "cash now" industry's fast-growing business financing trough: Payday loans, check cashing, factoring and invoice discounting.
It's a frigid Friday night, and the entertainment centers of the city — Chinatown, U Street, Georgetown, H Street, Capitol Hill, Adams Morgan and Barracks Row — are flourishing. In the Southeast neighborhood of Anacostia, however, the streets are dead. ...
Exelon Corporation and Pepco Holdings Inc. have sweetened the pot in their $6.8 billion-plus merger proposal, raising the amount of projected benefits for the District of Columbia.
No matter how you look at it, whites have privileges beyond the bounds of blacks.
Getting married can be expensive. But for those seeking wedded bliss, there's some good news.
A new mobile-friendly website for job seekers in the District will launch next month and the site's owner said it will prove to be the easiest way to match employment candidates with potential employers.
Thousands of students who are now or formerly enrolled at one of 52 Corinthian Colleges across the country will soon feel $480 million of financial relief on their private student loans.
No matter how much American Blacks stay away from the Republican Party, now it seems that Blacks in that party are adopting "stay away" piques towards each other.
Opposition to the proposed utility company merger between Pepco Holdings, Inc. and Exelon has been well-documented and a protest on Thursday, Feb. 5 by numerous environmental advocacy organizations again received its share of media attention.
In a society that has seen widespread economic and financial turmoil not seen in decades, financial literacy has gained added currency, officials say.
Veteran beautician and business owner Wanda Henderson defied the odds last summer when she reopened her salon and spa in a newly erected mixed-use development along Seventh Street in the Shaw neighborhood in Northwest.
Every day my husband and I make decisions that affect the lives of 450 people and their families.
Julius Caesar “J.C." Watts Jr. is proving that there is life after Congress and charting a course Black youth can emulate.
In his remarks at the National Newspaper Publishers Association’s Mid-Winter Conference 2015 on Jan. 29, the Hon. Philip Davis, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development, told the delegates that as journalists and publishers, their role as ...
It is inspiring to note the great sung and unsung heroes that have opened doors, developed resources and blazed trails that have changed the lives of so many.