Hope, one of the central ideas that Obama inspired from the onset, remains strong among African Americans.
While Africa may still have a long way to go in terms of wealth-building, many others are reaping the benefits of additional business and looking to spend big.
The University of California and black colleges are creating a pathway for black students to attend graduate business school.
No More Miss Nice Girl. When Sally Beauty Supply began selling a generic version of popular hair care brand, Mixed Chicks, its founders decided to fight back.
Telling your boss your pregnant can cause stress and anxiety as you ponder what to say and how it will affect your work.
A report conducted by ForbesWoman shows which cities are the best paying cities for women.
Whether consciously or unconsciously, bankruptcy lawyers are more likely to steer blacks towards options that will not benefit them financially.
It may be her birthday, but Diane Garnick aims to be the one giving the gifts this year. For her birthday, she celebrates by opening up a new firm that seeks to give women the gift of employment. Garnick, the former investment strategist of Invesco Ltd., is striving to improve the Wall Street job pool [...]
You go girl! Rosalind Brewer is the first African American woman to lead one of Wal-Mart’s three business units.
After a failed business and several ups and downs in her professional track, Alice Odera has mastered the art of business opportunity with men’s skin care.