Today’s release of Apple Inc.’s smart watch into the public domain in nine countries heralds a change in the way businesses and professionals in the workplace will operate.
After her nomination was stalled for 165 days, Loretta Lynch has been confirmed by the Senate to be Attorney General of the United States. She replaces Eric Holder.
Walker Smith may have numerous books on the market, but she wasn't always a top-selling author. But earlier this year she released her long-awaited biography of celebrated radio pioneer Jack “The Rapper” Gibson. Here, Smith talks to TNJ.com about Gibson and the state of Black radio today.
According to the latest data gathered by the SBA, about 66% of small businesses will survive during the first two years of operation. Despite the fact that this is more promising than the 80% failure rate claimed by other sources, the figures are still high enough to cause apprehension. Here, we explore why so many small businesses fail during the first few years.
Business woman Roni DeLuz was ill for many years. Eventually, she turned to a holistic approach and detoxification, among other natural approaches. This move not only healed her, but changed her lifestyle and prompted a new business venture. In 1999, she opened the Martha’s Vineyard Holistic Retreat located in Vineyard Haven.
In sports business news, retired 18-year basketball veteran Grant Hill and his business partners have purchased the Atlanta Hawks.
Longtime Carnival Corporation employee Marie McKenzie has been named vice president of Global Destinations Services and Sourcing.
Millennials might just be the most financially savvy generation — at least when it comes to credit card perks. Here, four of them discuss it.
Business owners tend to put their company's value at a higher range than what investors believe they are worth. Deterime the accurate value.
Better Finance touts SmartBiz as the debut of the first fully-automated online SBA loan application program.