Black Enterprise

The death of Black Enterprise founder Earl G. Graves Sr. came after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.

Black Enterprise asked Fortune Magazine to explain the criteria that omitted all but one Black woman from its 50 Most Powerful list.

The 20th annual Black Enterprise Entrepreneur Summit began on Wednesday, bringing together business owners and soon-to-be business owners from around the nation for a three-day event in Atlanta, GA. On Thursday, Alfred Edmonds, Jr. spoke with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now via Skype to discuss this year’s event, which is designed to provide attendees with strategies […]

Caroline Clarke joined “NewsOne Now” guest host Mo Ivory to preview the season premiere of Black Enterprise’s weekly series, “Women of Power TV.” When asked about the show Clarke said, “… we speak directly to women, into the areas that they need the most input to empower themselves and make their lives better.” Women of Power TV premieres […]

Podcast: Download Got something on your mind that you want to talk about? Ferguson leaks, Ebola or the biggest academic cheating scandal in NCAA history got you a little heated? Guest host Mo Ivory opened the phone lines for you to get off your chest for Free Your Mind Friday on “NewsOne Now. The official autopsy […]

Black Enterprise compiled some of the craziest #WarOnWhites Tweets found on Twitter. Watch the video to see some of the wildest ones. To read the entire list of the craziest #WarOnWhites tweets visit BlackEnterprise.com

If you write, blog, or just want to network with like-minded entrepreneurs, Blogging While Brown is the place to be. For eight years running, the conference has brought together hundreds of bloggers and social media strategists of color to discuss everything from marketing and branding to media law, and NewsOne is proud to be a 2014 sponsor. This year’s event […]

For site owner Karama Horne, SavvyBrown.com isn’t just a clever pen name, but truly embodies her aims to show that changing your life for the better doesn’t have to come at the expense of your time or pockets. On its About page, visitors are greeted with a photo of the beautiful and glowing Horne. However, […]

Navarrow Wright — NewsOne contributor and chief technical officer of NewsOne’s parent company, InteractiveOne — has been named one of “10 Innovators To Watch” by Black Enterprise: With Black buying power set to reach $1.1 trillion dollars by 2015, the African-American market remains a hot commodity. Navarrow Wright is making strides with this demographic as […]

New York — Many corporate networks are trying to reach the African American segment and Comcast has tapped Burrell Communications to lead their efforts.

New York– Celebrity stylist Misa Hylton-Brim is set to launch a red carpet-ready fashion line for full-figured women Fall/Holiday 2011.  CEO of a  fashion styling and image consulting company Chyna Doll Enterprises;  her latest business venture switches her focus to the everyday woman. Hylton-Brim gives BlackEnterprise.com an exclusive first look.

If you are considering entrepreneurship, your venture will likely fail. Many first-time business owners will fail. It’s a fact that the Small Business Administration has backed up. Close to half of small businesses fail before they reach their fifth year about business. Here are six ways to avoid small business demise: