Following The Money: Banking While Black
Sep05

Following The Money: Banking While Black

With major lawsuits, scandalous allegations and million-dollar customers walking away, many banks continue to find themselves working to recover from a loss of customer confidence. Recently and most notably, it was reported that Wells Fargo Bank potentially opened an additional 1.4 million sham accounts customers didn’t sign up for,

Daymond John Heads Tap the Future Tour
Aug08

Daymond John Heads Tap the Future Tour

Shark Tank Star Daymond John was in Los Angeles last month to help kick off Miller Lite Tap the Future Live Pitch Tour.

The State of Black Businesses
Aug08

The State of Black Businesses

According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s Survey of Business Owners, Black-owned businesses have increased rapidly as compared to the national firms. Black-owned firms increased by 60.5 percent (or 1.9 million) from 2002-2007, whereas U.S. firms only grew by 18 percent.

 

Increased Black Homeownership Focus Of NAREB Convention In New Orleans
Jul25

Increased Black Homeownership Focus Of NAREB Convention In New Orleans

National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) to enlist support from Black clergy, civil rights organizations and financial services sector to grow Black wealth through homeownership.

The National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) at its 70th Anniversary Convention is issuing a call to Black real estate industry professionals, leaders of Black church denominations, financial services executives, social, and civic engagement organizations to come together to increase Black homeownership.

Biz News Briefs: Serena Williams Teams with Daily Harvest
Jul05

Biz News Briefs: Serena Williams Teams with Daily Harvest

Daily Harvest, a subscription service that delivers premium, healthy, easy-to-make superfoods directly to customers' freezers, an-nounced last month that 23-time Grand Slam tennis champion Serena Williams joined the company's Series A financing round.

Jul05

Money Matters: For A Fee Even Jail Can Be More Palatable

If you weren’t sure that justice can be a matter of how much money you have, consider Southern California’s “pay-to-stay”, “for profit”, or private jails where for a fee, felony offenders can opt for safer and more comfortable living arrangements with such amenities as flat screen TVs, yoga, well-stocked commissaries and or gyms.

First Ladies High Tea
November will mark the 20th Anniversary of our Annual First Ladies High Tea, honoring the contributions of female leaders and women of faith to the Los Angeles community. For more information, visit www.firstladieshightea.com
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