The Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing access and growth for minority businesses in Florida, announced last week that it is changing its name to Florida State Minority Supplier Development Council to reflect an expanded service area that now includes Central and Northern Florida.
For the next 28 days of Black History Month, AT&T will honor African American men and women, from popular artists and ambassadors, to college presidents and business leaders, who are uplifting their communities, making strides in their professions and wowing the world at large. A series of inspiring articles and videos will be uploaded to the company's website beginning with Wayne A. I. Frederick; Ambassador Andrew Young; and Rosalind Brewer just to name a few.
Last year, there were more than 600,000 high-paying jobs across a variety of industries in the U.S. that were unfilled, and by 2018, 51 percent of all STEM jobs are projected to be in Computer Science-related fields. In his weekly address on Friday, President Obama said he has "a plan to help make sure all our kids get an opportunity to learn computer science, especially girls and minorities."
LDF Files “Friend-of-the-Court” Brief to Uphold Small Business Administration’s Section 8(a) Program
The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. has filed a case to combat the long-standing barriers faced by minority business owners in forming, sustaining, and expanding their companies due to a well-documented legacy of social, political, and economic discrimination.
7 year-old Natalie McGriff is hoping to encourage young women like herself to embrace their natural hair and, in the process, help boost their self esteem. So, she recruited the help of her mother and wrote a book. Once they decided to write the book, mother and daughter took the matter of publishing into their own hands through crowd-funding.
The first measurement in 2016 of the U.S. labor market was tepid, but the soft numbers overshadowed otherwise positive signs.
Geraldine Noel, managing partner of European legal firm Acumum, was honored with a Citywealth Power Woman Award.
millennials must remain mindful of how their ever-shifting circumstances influence their tax obligation. Here are three common tax mistakes
Want to captivate a room? It starts way before you arrive. Visualizing, finding a mentor and practicing also come into play.
The world’s biggest online video platform will officially crack into the paid original content business next week
Cars in general have become more reliable over the years. Here are some with exceptional -- sometimes surprising -- endurance and value.