This month, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles LLC, has its eyes on the prize with the launch of its inaugural Black Supplier Engagement Forum, an initiative created to strengthen business ties with minority business associations. Timed for the company’s Black History Month celebration, the launch event included a half-day program of sessions that focused on succession planning and access to capital.
The historic Billie Holiday Theater, founded in 1972 by the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, is about to get $1.4 million to renovate and expand its structure, reports the NYC Department of Design and Construction.
NAAAHR to Feature R. Fenimore Fisher, Chief Diversity Officer for the City of NY, for Leadership Development Series
In honor of Black History Month, the National Association of African Americans in HR will present "Black C-Suite Executive - Hear His Amazing Journey," an installment of the association’s Leadership Development Series. The program will feature R. Fenimore Fisher, Deputy Commissioner, Chief Diversity Officer for the City of N.Y.
Candle sales in the U.S. are estimated at roughly $2.3 billion. So it’s not a bad business to be in. Travel and lifestyle expert Teri Johnson found this out when she founded the Harlem Candle Company in September 2014.
As the head of Calhoun Enterprises, CEO Gregory Calhoun is always on the lookout for unique and exciting opportunities to expand his food and beverage empire. The Montgomery, AL-based entrepreneur recently joined forces with comedian Steve Harvey to tap into the mostly pallid egg production business.
Deynn “Dee” Hampton started her IT career a few months ago and is already a certified “scrum master,” at 3M Co.
The NAACP elected Leon W. Russell as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. He replaces Roslyn M. Brock after 7 yrs.
Just by holding onto more of your hard-earned income, you could see a dramatic jump in your lifestyle and financial security.
Surrounding yourself with like-minded entrepreneurs can have a major impact on your own success and that of your business.
Many Americans don’t trust companies or institutions, particularly social media sites, to protect their personal info.
Filmmakers Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack trace Dr. Angelou's incredible journey in a new documentary to air on PBS this month.