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by Jeff ShufordMay 25, 2019 Many people dream of owning a small business. Owning a company is ideal for people who are naturally creative, are visionaries, and want freedom from the daily toil of a corporate job. However, launching a small business is not solely about having enough capital or a… Read More
By W. Bradford Wilcox, Wendy R. Wang, and Ronald B. Mincy Updated 4:33 PM ET, Tue July 3, 2018 W. Bradford Wilcox (@WilcoxNMP), a professor of sociology at the University of Virginia, is a senior fellow at the Institute for Family Studies and a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise… Read More
by Chanel MartinMay 10, 2019 Source: Latched and Hooked Founder Tiffini Gatlin Tiffini Gatlin—a former corporate bank executive—turned her 20-year side hustle of braiding and protective styling hair into a beauty brand by creating the first pre-curled and looped synthetic crochet hair. With a successful sale of her first synthetic hair… Read More
by BLACK ENTERPRISE EditorsMarch 6, 2019 Black families are more confident about achieving the American Dream than the general population. However, African Americans fall short on executing life-changing measures such as accumulating wealth, being better prepared for retirement and building up savings. Here are a few facts (and advice) about African American economics:… Read More
ANDRE PERRY Cities like Pittsburgh can’t herald inclusive innovation without stepping up to protect black lives like Antwon Rose’s from police. Two days after former East Pittsburgh police officer Michael Rosfeld was found not guilty of killing the unarmed teenager Antwon Rose II, an electronic billboard spotted in Armstrong County, about 50 miles… Read More
by Tanya Wallace-Gobern There’s no doubt that African American history here in the United States is rich. From Black Patriots in the Revolutionary War, to Lewis Howard Latimer – the real inventor of the light bulb, to Colin Kaepernick standing up to the NFL, we have much to celebrate and many… Read More
by Jeff ShufordFebruary 21, 2019 Finding the right business partner is the work equivalent of getting married; the partnership of compatible individuals lays a foundation for a superb business or strengthens an already operating business. These six rules provide firm criteria and a solid basis for building a long-lasting and profitable… Read More
Jay Shambaugh, Ryan Nunn, and Stacy A. Anderson Friday, February 15, 2019 It is an article of the American faith that, with education and hard work, all of us have the opportunity to build a better life than was available to our parents. However, many African-Americans today remain situated in communities with… Read More
by Jeff Shuford October 20, 2018 If you’re a black entrepreneur attempting to build a profitable business, attracting the attention of investors, journalists, and customers can be tough. Not only do you need to fight for attention in an already crowded marketplace, but you also have to fight against stereotypes and… Read More
Michael Harriot 9/13/18 10:56am A new report from Nielsen—the global analytics and data company that lets me know that in the year of our Lord and Savior, Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, black people are still out here watching the NFL—has revealed some very interesting things about the digital lives of black… Read More