5 Steps to Living More with Less

5 Steps to Living More with Less

by Kara I. Stevens

Living in America with all of its bells and whistles can be a challenge for those of us that feel that everyone and their... Read More

Wearing The Mask: Discussing Blacks and Corporate Assimilation

Wearing The Mask: Discussing Blacks and Corporate Assimilation

by Jovan Brown

Let’s be honest, all corporate types know there are pros and cons to assimilating at the office. You can be the Black person at... Read More

Jay Z Launches Tidal Music Streaming Service

Have African Americans Turned Away From Tidal?

by Paula Rogo

When Beyoncé’s sixth album, “Lemonade” dropped exclusively on Tidal last weekend, Shamika Sanders was pumped that she had been smart enough to previously subscribe... Read More

6 Ways to Budget On A Monthly Income

6 Ways to Budget On A Monthly Income

by Kara I. Stevens

The concept of payday is usually based on a bi-weekly paradigm. But there are millions of Americans that do not get paid two or... Read More

First Black U.S. Rolls Royce Dealer Talks Success from the Bottom Up

First Black U.S. Rolls Royce Dealer Talks Success from the Bottom Up

by Eric Easter, Urban News Service

The world’s first African-American Rolls Royce car dealer got there through hard work and perseverance, but only after disappointing his family. Thomas Moorehead’s parents... Read More

Flying Money

5 Tips to Spring Clean Your Finances For Good

by Kara I. Stevens

Spring seems to bring whatever was hidden in the dark into the light, including your finances. If you're feeling the need to get your... Read More

Erasing Black Businesses: How Denying Who You Are Hurts the Black Economy

Erasing Black Businesses: How Denying Who You Are Hurts the Black Economy

by Terrence Chappell

The erasure of blackness continues with some Black-owned businessmen and women.  Last week, the Chicago Tribune released an article where Black business owners admitted... Read More

Jopwell Founders

[The Upload] Digital Duo Works to Create a More Colorful Workplace

by Shantell E. Jamison

Talk about colorization.  The United States is more racially and ethnically diverse now than at the turn of the century, and so is the... Read More

Wait, What? Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles Is Bankrupt?

Wait, What? Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles Is Bankrupt?

by #teamEBONY

For 40 years, Los Angeles-based restaurant chain Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles has been a brand synonymous with soul food. But financial troubles may... Read More

african america businesswoman

Boss It Up: Five Tips to Borrow from Black Women Moguls

by Kara I. Stevens

Despite having generated billions in revenue over the past two decades, African-American women do not receive nearly enough attention for their entrepreneurial acumen. To... Read More