BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Blacks Harnessing the Power of Capitalism

Among Donald Sterling's rants he said something more Blacks need to recognize as truth.

District Architect Treasures MGM Casino Role

Ronald Lipford served six years as architectural commissioner of the Prince George's County Historic Preservation Commission and he played a key role in developing the New Carrollton Gateway, a high school, a police station and two local fire stations. So ...

Gray Announces Completion of D.C. Soccer Stadium Deal

D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray announced Friday that the city has reached final business terms with Major League Soccer's D.C. United for a new stadium in the Buzzard Point neighborhood in Southwest.

Time to End Predatory Career College Loans

Are you tired of complaining to family and friends about things you feel powerless to change? Or, as college costs continue to climb and student loan debts increase, do you or someone you know feel helpless that your opinion could ...


Where are you in the stampede to take Donald Sterling’s L.A. Clippers’ team away from him? Is it fair what has been done to Sterling by the NBA?

District Listed as ‘Most Stressed-Out’ City

The District of Columbia takes top billing on a new list of the 10 most stressful cities in the country.

AARP Board Unanimously Selects Jo Ann Jenkins as New CEO

The Board of Directors for the AARP, one of the nation's largest and most powerful nonprofit advocacy groups, has unanimously selected Jo Ann Jenkins as its new chief executive officer.

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: JET Ends Print Publications

It’s evident that Black Americans have fallen hook, line and sinker and totally assimilated by the fact that Johnson Publishing Company has decided to end the print publication of JET magazine.

Billion Dollar Debt Buying and Collection Abuses

Are you or someone you know being pursued or harassed late into the evenings and on weekends by debt collectors?

Wells Fargo Launches 'What Makes a Home' Contest

Wells Fargo & Company's home lending division announced Monday that it will give away three $250,000 cash prizes to three contestants who submit, in words and images, their answer to the contest question: "What makes a place feel like a ...

Peebles to Build Hotel at 5th and I Streets

R. Donahue “Don” Peebles, a multi-millionaire developer of luxury hotels, high residential and commercial projects in Miami Beach, Florida, Las Vegas, New York City and Philadelphia, who got his first deal in the District, has been selected by The Walker ...

BUSINESS EXCHANGE: Nigeria is Home to Africa's Largest Economy

More African-Americans should learn about Nigeria.

Connoisseurs Establish Wine Business

Sean Bani Yisrael and Greg Markell Lawrence attended various events throughout the country to develop their palates and their noses to help them understand the complexities of an industry that isn't for the faint of heart.

Nation to Celebrate Annual Train Day on May 10

The seventh annual National Train Day on Saturday has its best-ever slate of programming, with 210 locations in 43 states already signed up to celebrate why trains matter.

Don’t Fall Prey to Affinity Fraud

The D.C. Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking has received complaints from District residents regarding affinity fraud, an increasingly common type of scam.