India Tightens E-Commerce Rules That Will Likely Affect Amazon & Flipkart

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India will ban e-commerce companies such as Amazon.com (AMZN.O) and Walmart (WMT.N)-owned Flipkart Group from selling products from companies in...

Once Homeless, This Black Entrepreneur Now Owns a $20 Million Trucking Company

34-year old Amari Ruff had a rough start growing up. As a teenager, he had to balance studies and work to help his mother...

WATCH: Black Missouri Woman’s Job Application Is Rejected Because Her Name Is ‘Too Ghetto’;...

A Missouri woman received a reply to her job application stating the company won't consider candidates with suggestive "ghetto" names. The company claims they...

Suzy Welch Gives 4 Things You Should Do Immediately After a Job Interview

Suzy Welch: 4 things you should do immediately after a job interview from CNBC. CNBC contributor Suzy Welch shares 4 steps you should take within...
Some five dozen iPhone customers have filed at least 59 separate lawsuits since December over the throttled-phone issue. PHOTO: ELIZABETH SHAFIROFF FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL

U.S. Jobless Claims at Lowest Level Since 1973

U.S. filings for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week to the lowest level since January 1973, further evidence that the labor market remains tight,...

Kristina Jones Is Only the 14th African-American Female Founder To Raise $1 Million

Raising capital is an arduous journey that few entrepreneurs successfully complete. Add a female founder at the helm, and chances of success decrease significantly....

A Godly Answer to Tough Career Choice Decisions

Dear Chuck, I have been in my current job for only two years since graduation and am starting to feel I made a mistake. I...

So, Why Didn’t I Get the Job?

Nailed it! This was your response when your friends asked how you did on the interview for the job you’d been so excited about. You...

Airbnb Offering Opportunities to Black Entrepreneurs and Communities

Los Angeles –On June 27, Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) hosted a breakfast at their headquarters in Ladera Heights to encourage more minority-owned businesses to participate in the fairly new Airbnb Trips platform.  In November of...

Black Unemployment at Lowest Level in Nearly 20 Years

Unemployment among black Americans ages 16 years and over fell to 7.5 percent in May, its lowest level since December 2000. Black unemployment has been...

This 10-Year-Old Girl Is Totally Rocking the Barrette Business

Just imagine, a hair accessory being sold in 50 stores and 16 states across the country…and the CEO of the hair brand is still...

Meet the Second Richest African-American

As a junior at Denver's East High School in the 1970s, Robert F. Smith showed a fascination for the geekiest subject there: Computer science....

Why Eliminating the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund Would Harm Black Entrepreneurship

President Trump released his full Fiscal Year 2018 budget yesterday, and it calls for a reduction in the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund from...

Black-Owned Construction Business in Michigan Awarded Contract to Replace Contaminated Water Lines in Flint

For entrepreneur and former NBA star, Jeff Grayer, the adage of giving back to the community took on a new meaning last year, when...

This Mom Took $775 and a Simple Idea and Turned It Into a $65...

In 2007, Julie Deane's 8-year-old daughter, Emily, was being bullied — she'd lost her happy, extroverted personality and came home from school with bruises...

Florida College Graduate Gets Job Offer during Commencement Ceremony

One college grad got the call of a lifetime right in the middle of her commencement ceremony. Recent University of Central Florida grad Melanie Sanchez...

Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Changing the Landscape of Chicago

In the Little Village neighborhood of Chicago, a largely Mexican community with a two-mile corridor of small businesses, 66-year-old Eduardo Rodriguez is offering up...

5 Easy Ways to Spot a Racist Coworker

Institutional racism is endemic in the corporate world, especially in Silicon Valley, where almost everyone firmly believes neither they or their company is racist...

Rhodes Scholar and Former NFL Defensive Back Myron Rolle Chooses Career in Neurosurgery

Myron Rolle is a 6-foot-2-inch, 215-pound former NFL defensive back who is making the rather bold and unheard of transition from pro football to...

Detroit Entrepreneur Raphael Wright Seeks to Open Black-Owned Grocery Store

Although the city of Detroit is experiencing an electrifying period of urban revitalization, many residents believe that the city’s economic renaissance has yet to...