Carla Harris, vice chairman of the Wealth Management and senior client adviser at Morgan Stanley, has become chair of the Executive Leadership Council, an organization comprised of current and former black chief executive officers, senior executives and board members of ...
In a Feb. 19 speech before the nation's largest association representing real estate finance, Steven Antonakes, Deputy Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), updated the Bureau’s recent achievements before addressing how new mortgage servicing standards will be implemented.
Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus acknowledges that Republicans had not been doing enough outreach in previous years to reach out to African-Americans.
Ben's Chili Bowl, the iconic D.C. restaurant patronized by luminaries ranging from Martin Luther King Jr. and Ella Fitzgerald to Bill Cosby and President Barack Obama, will open the doors Thursday to its new location in Northern Virginia, its first ...
Black Americans should be dubious of the latest public policy snake oil that Democratic politicians and union leaders are promoting.
The Center for Responsible Lending and key allies chose February to convene a symposium that addressed communities of color and consumer financial services.
Black America’s barriers to building wealth are the focus of a recent research report jointly authored by the National Urban League and Zillow, Inc., the largest home-related marketplace on the web.
Here's how the latest episode of the debt ceiling drama will end: Congress will raise or suspend the country's borrowing limit, probably for as much as a year.
New research by the Center for Responsible Lending finds that consumers of color still report paying higher interest rates on dealer-financed car loans than other consumers.
What's your opinion of Timothy Eugene Scott? Surely, you know who he is.
Small-business owners are the most optimistic they have been in five years, according to the latest Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index, and expect their businesses to increase cash flow and hire more employees in 2014.
President Obama recently made perhaps the strongest endorsement by any sitting president on relaxing marijuana laws.
Blacks need to get mo’ money, buy some boats, and get in on this rising tide of economic prosperity.
President Barack Obama is appealing to employers nationwide to help put thousands of jobless people back to work.
More than 300 local proprietors joined the D.C. Department of General Services on Jan. 30 at Gallaudet University's Kellogg Conference Center for "Our City, Our Businesses: Moving Forward Together," an outreach event for local businesses.