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New App Wants To Recycle Black People’s $1.3 Trillion Spending Back Into The Community

By Robert Stitt According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 2.6 million Black-owned businesses in this country. Those numbers are up from previous years. Despite the growth in business

Business Finance

States With the Highest and Lowest Health Insurance Costs

by Janell Hazelwood New York residents pay the most for basic health insurance, while residents of New Mexico pay the least, a new study released by indicates. New York’s

Business National

Blacks at a 54% Greater Risk of Having High-Interest

Posted by David Love The scope of the problem of race-based mortgage discrimination against the Black community is well documented, and certainly an issue on which Atlanta Blackstar has reported


Wells Fargo Donates $1 Million To The African American History Museum

By Robert Stitt Wells Fargo helped found the Nat’l Museum of African American History and Culture which will open in September 2016 on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The


Black dollars circulate at Ujamaa Empowerment Expo in Chicago

By Eddy “Precise” Lamarre Kwanzaa principles were in full practice at The University of Islam located at Mosque Maryam in Chicago. The BRIJ FUND in partnership with The Black Mall

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Gwen Jimmere, the First African American to Hold a Patent for Natural Hair Care Product

All too often, African-American women dread washing their hair, since it can take multiple hours or even a whole day. Not only did entrepreneur Gwen Jimmere create a solution to

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Kodak to Unveil New Digital Super 8 Camera

By TWC News Staff     Eastman Kodak is hoping everything old is a new again when it comes to an old favorite style of camera and it’s relying on

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Did You Know a 15 Year Old, Black Student Built a Multi-Million Dollar Tech Company

At the tender age of 12 years old, Jaylen Bledsoe was your typical kid curious about the world, technology and entrepreneurship. However, what made him differ was action. He started a


First ever ‘Made in Ghana’ cars are built to survive anything

From Amir Daftari, CNN The first cars to carry a “made in Ghana” seal will be under a harsh spotlight as they prepare to enter the marketplace and take on

Business Community

Inner Loop East Project

The Inner Loop is closed permanently, between E Main St and Monroe Ave/Chestnut St.  View a detailed closure map. View the progress of the transformation using the Inner Loop East

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First African American Owned Textile Mill Finally Gets Recognition in the National Register of Historic Places

PreviewBy Victor Ochieng The Warren C. Coleman Mill located in Concord, North Carolina, is finally getting national recognition as it joins the list of historic places in the U.S. The

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BET Founder Bob Johnson Shares the Challenges He Faced Building His Business Empire

By Victor Ochieng Multimillionaire BET founder, Bob Johnson, isn’t your ordinary businessman. According to the business mogul, there are moments during his journey that he felt like breaking down, but

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Fifteen Black Entrepreneurs Make a Big Deposit In A Black-Owned Bank

By Robert Stitt Fifteen young Black businessmen entered the Black-owned Industrial Bank with the intent of opening accounts. The men were members of the Black Male Entrepreneurship Institute (BMEI), a