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Two Black entrepreneurs have merged their businesses to create the nation’s largest minority and women-owned financial firm.
The United Negro College Fund has teamed up with Cengage to provide 1,000 HBCU students with free access to textbooks.
NFL player Brandon Copeland is teaching a financial literacy course at the University of Pennsylvania.
A survey by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. shows that African Americans value community involvement more than Whites.
Chicago's Ariel Community Academy is prepping its students to invest in stocks by the time they reach the fourth grade.
America's Wealth Coach Deborah Owens stopped by NewsOne Now to discuss how Britain's exit will impact Blacks and the U.S.…
New surveys conducted by Askmen.com and Cosmopolitan reveal some surprising differences in men and women’s attitudes about money. According to the…
Too many times in family communities across the country— those who have become comparatively financially successful — are unknowingly volunteered…
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