More than 100 young entrepreneurs were given the unique opportunity this month to start and enhance their businesses at the Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation's first annual "KidPreneur Day."
Two longtime D.C. entrepreneurs, Tony Cord and Michel Daley, have offered a new pathway toward opportunity.
Two longtime D.C. businessmen are offering a pathway to employment for city youths through a workforce development organization that aims to groom its participants for financial independence and entrepreneurship.
Industrial Bank has experienced recent "exponential" applications for account openings as many African-Americans are now directing their dollars toward Black-owned banks in an effort to show solidarity and to maximize the growing spending power the community has long held.
Wal-Mart has launched a new mobile pay service in its three D.C. locations, which it says will save shoppers both money and time.
MGM and local officials celebrated the grand opening of the company's National Harbor employment center Monday, with the casino scheduled to open later this year at the Prince George's County resort.
The D.C. Public Service Commission voted Friday to deny an application for a rehearing on the massive Pepco-Exelon merger.
Pepco and Exelon announced this week that they have provided $25 million to Maryland's Montgomery and Prince George's counties to support workforce development, job creation, energy efficiency and sustainability programs.
More than 50 top executives from small- and mid-sized businesses leasing space from a Prince George's County commercial-property management company gathered Wednesday at the company's Lanham office for expert advice on resources available to expand their businesses.
The District of Columbia has taken a big step in its fight to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Renowned Maryland-based Pappas Crabcakes and Danny Meyer's Shake Shack will join MGM National Market, the casino resort's lineup of casual restaurants, at National Harbor in Oxon Hill.
Lisa Porter has been selected as the new senior vice president and chief financial officer of the D.C.-based Industrial Bank.
A newly-released review of the Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program shows that 13,969 youth between the ages of 14 and 24 participated in the program last summer, with expenditures totaling $19.3 million.
Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Jim Coleman and senior staff from the Maryland Department of Commerce met Tuesday for an update on current and upcoming development projects in the county.
The late Marion Barry regularly championed a solid summer youth job program, and the one in the District named for the beloved "mayor for life" has been key in providing young individuals with enriching and constructive employment experiences through subsidized ...