Prince George's Council Nixes Wal-Mart Expansion in Landover Hills

The Prince George George's County Council voted unanimously Tuesday to deny a Wal-Mart expansion in Landover Hills.

Time Is Now to Combat Predatory Lending

The fight for fair lending got a big boost on Aug. 31 when a federal court rejected a payday loan collector's attempt to evade consumer laws.

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: The True State of Black America

According to black Democrats and pundits, all is well in Negroland.

Actor Hill Harper to Attend Family Conference in Prince George's

Prince George's County Public Schools will hold its inaugural Family Institute Conference on Saturday.

D.C. Renters Give City 'A-' Overall, 'D' for Affordability: Study

Results from an Apartment List study reveals that while most renters in D.C. are relatively satisfied with life in the nation's capital, they wrestle with concerns such as quality of local schools, state and local taxes, safety and affordability/cost of ...

Comcast’s Internet Essentials Helps Low-Income Families Bridge the Digital Divide

In five short years, the cable giant Comcast has achieved incredible success with its Internet Essentials program, connecting 750,000 low-income households to the power of the Web. But for Karima Zedan, the director of the program, it’s time to dream ...

Estate Planning Is a Labor of Love

Estate planning is so much more than creating documents. It is a strategic plan put in place to support the ones you love to make decisions when you are no longer able.

ITT Tech Student Financial Aid at Risk, Calif. Closes 15 School Locations

As another school year gets underway, the Department of Education recently announced a series of actions to better protect taxpayers and students alike from one of the nation's largest for-profit colleges.

WhereU: Shopping Black with Finger Taps

Business runs through Dionne Mahaffey's veins.

Media Legends Share Their Stories

Notable trailblazers in the D.C. media community spoke recently to young adults with backgrounds similar to their own, with hopes of leading them on the right path

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Economics — Not Racism — Driving Obamacare Collapse

Is blacks' praise and adoration over Obamacare something we may want to reevaluate?

App Aims to Streamline Moviegoing Experience

Atom Tickets, the first-of-its-kind theatrical mobile ticketing platform and app, has arrived in D.C.

Uber DC Provides Update on Pooling Efforts

Uber DC gave an update Monday on its Pooling Together program, a yearlong initiative launched to offset transportation inconveniences caused by Metro's massive SafeTrack maintenance overhaul.

Rainbow Coalition's Auto Summit to Focus on Minority Growth

Hundreds of auto executives, government and elected officials and others will convene in Detroit next month for a national conference to discuss strengthening and creating opportunities in the automotive industry for women and people of color.

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Politics Have Killed Black Power

Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump give voters plenty of reasons to look elsewhere. Shouldn't blacks be pushing for their political interests and issues being discussed in the 2016 presidential campaign?