finance

A film about Lauren Simmons—the youngest woman stock trader in the New York Stock Exchange’s 230-year history—is in the works.

Dr. Susan M. Collins will make history as the first Black woman to sit at the helm of a federal reserve bank.

Sharon Bowen has made history as the first Black woman to be appointed to serve as the board chair of the New York Stock Exchange.

Virginia State University is clearing outstanding balances for students who enrolled during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Former NBA player Tracy McGrady is launching a money management program for young athletes.

Howard University unveiled a new Bloomberg lab for its business students.

A survey by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. shows that African Americans value community involvement more than Whites.

Russell Simmons, the creator of the pre-paid Visa card, has been relentlessly persistent in assuring customers that he would do "whatever it takes" to fix the problem.

Nicole Valentine, a Wall Street Corporate M &A Lawyer who launched New York-based her start-up, shares how to do it.

Did you know that four out of five black households have no retirement savings? Financial guru Deborah Owens says it was dire statistics like that encouraged her to write her book “Nickel and Dime Your Way To Wealth” ten yours ago with a simple message: start small and build from there. “The reason so many African Americans don’t […]

Members of an investment club joined Roland Martin Tuesday on “NewsOne Now” to share how investment clubs work and how they’re useful for black Americans. Donna Long and Angela Wilson-Wade of the Mahogany Money Makers sat in on the panel with their advisor, Wesley Watkins, and financial consultant Jennifer Streaks. Long and  Wilson-Wade said that the promise of financial […]

What tax bracket am I in? It’s a question many Americans are asking themselves right about now, even though tax day—April 15, 2013—is a long…