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Comcast announced Wednesday that Janet Uthman has been named vice president of inclusion and multicultural marketing for the company's Northeast division.
The National Bankers Association, at its 88th annual convention at the Savannah Desoto Hilton Hotel, is tackling the issue of declining homeownership rates among African-American and Hispanic-American populations.
Discriminatory auto finance and illegal credit card practices were dealt multimillion-dollar blows recently.
Publicly financed sports stadiums are a game at taxpayers' expense.
As hundreds of educators and industry leaders from across America gathered in Washington for the 2015 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference, one of the topics of discussion was the lack of diversity in the burgeoning field of ...
Emotions ran high as District residents pleaded with local and federal government agencies to create laws so that homeowners would have protection from shady contractors and mortgage fraud.
Financial security can often feel like a tug of war with earnings and income on one side and the cost of living and debt on the other. Which side wins can determine whether a household is mired in insurmountable debt ...
Are Blacks going the right way to gain economic parity in America?
To many, the popular Silicon Valley company is in dire need of an upgrade in diversity.
The U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina on Friday entered a consent decree ordering BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC to pay $1.6 million and provide job opportunities to alleged victims of race discrimination as part of the resolution ...
Network. Mentor. Re-evaluate hiring practices. Those and more than a dozen other recommendations for finding job opportunities for blacks were made Thursday afternoon during the second day of the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's 45th Annual Legislative Conference in D.C.
Nielsen released Thursday a report that gives insight to the spending habits of affluent Black consumers with annual household incomes of $75,000 and higher.
Nestle and multinational water bottling companies have created a market that capitalizes on the false premise that bottled water is somehow better and purer than tap water, critics contend.
Why isn't Black reparations more of an issue among African-Americans?