Last week, a U.S. House committee moved a bill that will stop the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau from taking action against discriminatory practices in auto lending.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has published a new report on the status of women and minorities in the nation's workforce.
What do you think of the Koch brothers? Many blacks may want to take a look beyond the headlines to see what Koch money has been doing where we live.
The White House has added Oakland and San Jose to its list of "TechHire" cities invested in helping unemployed and underserved people get develop skills that lead to tech jobs.
For most Americans, debt is a complicated reality.
The only constant is change. Though many entrepreneurs prepare for change in our personal lives, we are often underprepared when it comes to business.
When will blacks “make economics matter”? African-Americans have $1.1 trillion in their annual buying power, but are we putting our money to good use?
When Events DC announced the launch of the Washington Marriot Marquis Jobs Training Program in collaboration with Goodwill of Greater Washington and a coalition of community-based organizations, only the overly optimistic could have envisioned the program working so well. Count ...
The White House on Tuesday selected the District of Columbia as a winner in the 2015 Startup in a Day — Start Small Model prize competition.
After a probe by the Department of Justice, American Honda Finance will pay $24 million to African-Americans, Hispanics and Asian and Pacific Islanders who were overcharged higher interest rates on car loans. An additional $1 million will be paid to ...
It is critically important that families sending their children to college as well as current and former students gain insights into their legal rights and the pitfalls that can arise when repaying student loans.
Pinterest announced Thursday its plan to diversify its workforce by shifting from the homogenous, white male-dominated archetype that characterizes the industry.
Neil Albert, a former deputy mayor and major political and business figure in the District, will be the next executive director of Downtown D.C. Business Improvement District, the Washington Business Journal reported Thursday.
It's time we all got aboard the entrepreneurship bandwagon in line with President Barack Obama's recent trip to Africa to sell them on private enterprise.
The Prince George's County Office of Central Services' Supplier Development and Diversity Division will host an event Tuesday for small-, minority- and veteran-owned businesses on procurement opportunities within the county schools system.