A-list Hollywood star Michael B. Jordan and sports legend Serena Williams are teaming up for a million-dollar giveaway that entrepreneurs hailing from Historically Black colleges and universities can take advantage of, but only if they can come up with a winning business proposal.
Serena Williams and Michael B. Jordan are teaming up with a VC firm to support HBCU entrepreneurs.
Serena Williams has invested in the Black woman-founded healthcare startup HUED.
While Williams did not reveal what led to her decision to skip the Tokyo Olympics, the IOC's childcare policy could play a large role for working mothers like the superstar athlete.
Serena Williams has quietly been inching closer to making tennis history amid all the drama surrounding Naomi Osaka's withdrawal from the French Open.
Tennis phenom Naomi Osaka gave the world a masterclass in setting boundaries at work when she announced she would not do any press during the French Open, citing her "mental health" and effectively reclaiming her time.
Serena Williams has inked a production deal with Amazon Studios.
Serena Williams is donating proceeds from her jewelry line to support Black small-business owners.
Serena Williams is making boss moves in the realm of entrepreneurship and her latest project is inspired by her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr.
A new DC Comics novel will highlight Beyoncé, Serena Williams, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other influential women.
Serena Williams, Scholastic and the National School Board Association are donating over 4 million face masks to schools throughout the U.S.
Serena Williams’ 2-year-old daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. is the youngest pro sports franchise owner.
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