Whether retirement seems like it is just around the corner or years away, it is good to know that Social Security is working for you now — even if you are not receiving benefits yet.
Black Enterprise has released its latest exclusive report on African-American representation on the corporate boards of 250 of America's largest publicly traded companies today on BlackEnterprise.com.
as the use of debit cards have replaced most cash purchases, the "service" of overdraft protection has become a drain of available cash for consumers and a major source of revenue for banks.
In my last article I shared about the lessons learned from the passing of my mother last month. My father read it and asked if I was going to write about what I learned in working with him. I thought ...
As he winds through his second term with high "disapproval" numbers, Blacks are the only people President Barack Obama can turn to.
Hundreds gathered at a local bank branch in Northwest last Wednesday to hear about a unique partnership between a financial institution and one of the nation's most successful nonprofit organizations.
D.C. Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) and former SBA Deputy Administrator Marie C. Johns will be among the honorees at this year's Chamber of Commerce Awards gala.
While GOP conservatives have blasted President Obama for issuing executive orders, the NAACP praised the president Friday for an order he signed last week to improve working conditions for those employed by federal contractors.
In this featured column, I would like to profile Mr. Shelton Roseboro, one of the District’s most amazing citizens who has benefited from the District of Columbia Office on Aging’s programs and services.
Mayor Vincent Gray announced recently that his "One City, One Hire" initiative has exceeded its goal of helping 10,000 unemployed District residents find jobs.
A version of the iconic slogan "A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste" is playing out in the court of public opinion and it's a huge debacle.
In celebrating the anniversary, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that $4.6 billion has been returned to 15 million consumers, yet the 113th Congress has continued to propose a series of bills all designed to dilute the bureau's power and ...
One of the major obstacles to Black economic development is a skewed mentality when it comes to starting businesses.
For the second time in as many years, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has fined a major payday lender.
The NAACP announced Wednesday it has teamed with the parent company of Dunkin' Donuts and Baskin-Robbins to create a diversity initiative to increase the number of black-owned franchise businesses nationwide.