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The stars are shinning bright for Brown Capital Management this year. A small, talented team of portfolio managers propelled the BE 100s’ financial services company…
Kroger has expanded its commitment to locally sourced products by joining forces with local brand personality, Aundrea Dumas, to launch “Cutie Cakes – Cupcakes in…...
Atlanta, GA - The sneaker industry has gone thru many evolutions over the past 30 years. From the emergence of global brands like Nike, Jordan,…
Selma Idris is proud to introduce The Brown Crayon Project, a carefully-curated collection of hair, scalp, skin and body cleansers,…
What’s the secret to great chocolate? Pam Eudaric-Amiri would know. The owner of Chocolate Secrets & Wine Gardens Inc. on Oak Lawn Avenue treats her…
Farmers from the Southern region and their supporters gathered in front of the Supreme Court building in D.C. on Friday, demanding justice for what they…
Black Enterprise for nearly two decades has recognized teenpreneurs with the goal of inspiring youth to view entrepreneurship as an exciting option, to develop a…
Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin today announced the creation of a new loan program to be…
Her Imports recently opened their Lagos, Nigeria store and has experienced a robust business boom that many others within the…
Research shows that wearing their natural hair makes black women feel liberated, confident, and different from others, giving them a tremendous sense of pride in…
The District of Columbia (D.C.) was the first major American city to achieve a black majority.  And yet, gentrification, defined here as the arrival of…
Last week marked the end of an era for the historic Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Co.After a 71-year run, the family-owned business has sold its iconic Ebony magazine…
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