Frederica Wilson on Economic Relief for Black Businesses

Frederica Wilson on Economic Relief for Black Businesses

The coronavirus has come down on our nation’s economy like a sledgehammer and many small businesses may never recover from the impact. This is...
Black Businesses in Peril in the Midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Black Businesses in Peril in the Midst of the Coronavirus Pandemic

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, many business owners are fearing for their future. These worries are especially pronounced in the state’s black...
Coronavirus Spreads to At Least 6 Amazon Warehouses

Coronavirus Spreads to At Least 6 Amazon Warehouses

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Real Estate Billionaire Tom Barrack Says Commercial Mortgage Market Is On Brink of Collapse Due

Real Estate Billionaire Tom Barrack Says Commercial Mortgage Market Is On Brink of Collapse...

Real estate billionaire Tom Barrack said the U.S. commercial-mortgage market is on the brink of collapse and predicted a “domino effect” of catastrophic economic...
Detroit Automakers Agree to Shut Down All Factories Due to Fears About Coronavirus

Detroit Automakers Agree to Shut Down All Factories Due to Fears About Coronavirus

DETROIT (AP) (3/18/2020) - Two people briefed on the matter say Detroit's three automakers have agreed to close all of their factories due to worker...
William Vanderbloeman on Eight Tips for Confronting Your Boss the Right Way

William Vanderbloeman on Eight Tips for Confronting Your Boss the Right Way

A friend of mine recently told me, “People go to work because of a vision. People leave work because of managers.” People are difficult to...
Kenneth Chenault Leaving Facebook Board; Appointed First Black Director at Berkshire Hathaway

Kenneth Chenault Leaving Facebook Board; Appointed First Black Director at Berkshire Hathaway

Former American Express CEO Kenneth I. Chenault announced Friday that he was “stepping down” from the board of Facebook Inc. On the same day,...
Starbucks Temporarily Bans Use of Personal Reusable Cups Due to Coronavirus

Starbucks Temporarily Bans Use of Personal Reusable Cups Due to Coronavirus

Starbucks is suspending its use of personal reusable cups. The coffee chain says it will continue to honor the discount if you bring in a...
Black Women In Kansas City Have Been Growing Their Own Businesses

Black Women In Kansas City Have Been Growing Their Own Businesses

Kansas City is becoming more welcoming for black women who want to start their own businesses. Adrienne Haynes, the managing partner at the business law...
Chipotle Founder Steve Ells Steps Down from Board

Chipotle Founder Steve Ells Steps Down from Board

Chipotle Mexican Grill said on Friday founder Steve Ells has stepped down from the board, handing over the role of executive chairman to chief executive...
Apple Advises All 12,000 Employees at Cupertino Headquarters to Stay Home as Coronavirus ‘Precaution’

Apple Advises All 12,000 Employees at Cupertino Headquarters to Stay Home as Coronavirus ‘Precaution’

Apple is encouraging all employees at its headquarters to work from home to combat the spread of the coronavirus — joining other tech giants...

Southwest CEO Says Coronavirus-Driven Fear of Flying Has a ‘9/11-Like Feel’

The fear of flying caused by the coronavirus outbreak is reminiscent of 9/11, Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly told CNBC on Thursday. "9/11 wasn't an economically driven...

Trans World Radio Men’s Ministry Talks Tough Issues with ‘Every Man A Warrior’ Podcast

It took a crisis of faith for Lonnie Berger to really understand what helping men meant. Berger always had a vision for evangelism, mentorship, and...
FILE - This April 26, 2017 file photo shows the Twitter app icon on a mobile phone in Philadelphia. Twitter said Thursday April 4, 2019, it has stopped blocking French government ads calling on people to vote after it came under fire from authorities for being overzealous in applying a law aimed at banning fake news. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke, File)

Twitter Tells All of Its Employees to Work at Home Because of Coronavirus

Twitter is asking its entire workforce of 5,000 people to work from home, part of its effort to keep employees safe and prevent the spread...
Jack Welch, Former Chairman and CEO of GE, Dies at 84

Jack Welch, Former Chairman and CEO of GE, Dies at 84

Jack Welch, a railroad conductor's son who became chairman and CEO of General Electric and led it for two decades, growing its market value...

Dow Falls 350 Points Friday to Cap the Worst Week for Wall Street Since...

Stocks tumbled once again on Friday, capping off their worst week since the financial crisis, as worries over the coronavirus and its impact on...

Dow Plunges 1,100 Points as the Coronavirus Sends the Market Tumbling Into Correction Territory

Stocks fell sharply in volatile trading Thursday as investors worried the coronavirus may be spreading in the U.S. A slew of corporate and analyst...
More Companies Get Into the Business of Black History Month

More Companies Get Into the Business of Black History Month

From shoes and T-shirts to dolls and tote bags, more companies and brands are getting into the business of Black History Month but trying...

Dow Plunges 1,000 Points on Fears That Coronavirus Will Tank Global Economic Growth

Wall Street plunged Monday after a spike in the number of reported cases of coronavirus fueled fears that the epidemic would have a serious impact on...
Buffett Calls for More Accountability for Corporate Directors

Buffett Calls for More Accountability for Corporate Directors

(Reuters) - Warren Buffett on Saturday called on corporate America to make their boards of directors more accountable to shareholders and less beholden to...