The cognitive dissonance of the Republican Party is something to behold.
Even with the political and social gains made in recent decades, many black families across the country remain mired in debt and generational poverty. Experts and common folk alike agree that a substantial change in the status quo will require ...
Macy's has been honored with the prestigious Muriel F. Siebert Leadership Award for the exceptional diversity of its board of directors.
There is no getting around certain troubling and enduring implications of Black-White differences in America.
Wade Henderson sharply criticized the Obama administration's failure to let the Government Sponsored Enterprises regain financial stability.
Despite a landslide voter decision in 2008 to cap payday lending rates at 28 percent, the state's small-dollar, high-cost lending has continued to grow and now doubles the amount of fees charged a decade ago.
A D.C. affordable-housing development organization has kicked off its "5 in 5" campaign to raise $5 million over the next five years to help address the lack of affordable housing in the city.
The D.C.-area African-American real estate community convened Thursday in the District to honor those who have paved a way for economic development throughout the region.
A group of D.C. community leaders held a press conference Wednesday to demand a formal investigation of the $6.8 billion Pepco-Exelon merger proposal, alarmed by Mayor Muriel Bowser's changing stance on the merger after reaching a $25 million deal for ...
Some of America's largest and most influential companies are headed by Christians in the marketplace.
Thousands of black coal miners, truck drivers and factory workers will lose their jobs as new clean air regulations take effect, says Harry Alford, president of the National Black Chamber of Commerce.
Uber's new D.C. headquarters that will serve as a hub for the company's East Coast operations is the latest addition to city's business community.
We need champions who will continue to advocate for the resources to enable the VA to complete the approval process in a timely manner across the country.
After more than a year of legal tap dancing by Corinthian Colleges, half a billion dollars of financial justice has been ordered for students who attended the now-defunct private college.
The truth is BLM's "in your face" tactics will do little to achieve equity for Blacks across America.