Buy from a Black Woman is a nonprofit centered on celebrating Black women entrepreneurship.
A Black-led tech startup has received investments from Diddy and LL Cool J.
WNBA star Candace Parker and her 11-year-old daughter are now part-owners of a professional soccer team.
Google is donating $2.35 million to Black-owned tech companies in Atlanta.
Bozoma Saint John is the first Black woman to hold a C-suite position at Netflix.
He lays out a proposal to assist Black communities.
Brands like SheaMoisture and Carol's Daughter get called out.
Brett J. Hart made history by becoming United Airlines’ first Black president.
Businesswoman Valeisha Butterfield Jones has been appointed as The Recording Academy’s first-ever Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer.
The food delivery service Black and Mobile is helping Black-owned businesses reach their customers amid the coronavirus crisis.
Ramona Hood is the first Black woman to be appointed CEO at FedEx.
Salt-N-Pepa launched a makeup line in collaboration with Milani Cosmetics.
Harlem Capital, a New York City-based venture capital firm, has raised $40 million to back diverse founders.
Two Black entrepreneurs have merged their businesses to create the nation’s largest minority and women-owned financial firm.
Meek Mill is now the co-owner of the sports apparel brand Lids.
Mary Winston is the first Black woman to lead a Fortune 500 company since Ursula Burns.
Earvin “Magic” Johnson reportedly plans on revitalizing neighborhoods in Baltimore.
Jade Colin, 28, made history by becoming the youngest Black woman to own a McDonald’s franchise.
Morgan State University has become the first-ever HBCU to collaborate with The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
The Russell Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship will serve as a valuable resource for Black entrepreneurs in Atlanta.
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