It appears Black American voters are far too consumed with championing the government's current ineptitude to address correcting injustices of the past.
The DC Chamber of Commerce recognized seven honorees at its annual Choice Awards & Gala for their exceptional contributions to the growth of the District.
A General Motors executive who said she was once discouraged by a teacher from pursuing an engineering career received the 2014 Technologist of the Year award from Women of Color magazine.
Weeks before the U.S. Department of Education announces a new rule governing career education programs, the Center for Responsible Lending has released research that finds high-cost, for-profit colleges make millions each year by targeting students of color.
Why aren't there more Blacks in business? What are you encouraging your children to become?
When a person has vision, skills and the determination, success comes much easier. Perhaps that's why business leaders in the District have placed their faith in Harry Wingo, the new leader of the DC Chamber of Commerce.
Millions of retired Americans who rely on Social Security benefits will get a 1.7 percent increase in their monthly payments beginning in January, federal officials announced Wednesday.
Central State University has renamed its Center for Education and Natural Sciences to honor alumnus Joshua I. Smith, a business executive and philanthropist.
L'Oréal USA has reached a deal to acquire Carol's Daughter, the beauty-products titan announced Monday.
Congressional Black Caucus Chair Marcia L. Fudge said plans by Time Warner Cable for significant layoffs will have a huge effect on diversity at CNN, Time Warner's flagship news organization.
Black Americans are into politics, but only at the retail level as "consumers."
When it comes to assessing the nation's housing industry, one key measure that all housing industry stakeholders take note of is the annual Home Mortgage Disclosure Act report, which is commonly referred to as HMDA.
Gas prices, which have been steadily dropping across the country, will continue to decrease, according to the website GasBuddy.com.
Henry E. Smith, the District's legendary "King of Soul Food," died Oct. 10 at the age of 73.
The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce honored Events DC board member Jay Haddock Ortiz's contributions to the District of Columbia's Latino business community by presenting him with the Chairman's Award at their annual Hispanic Heritage celebration last week.