What’s Wrong with the Koch Brothers?

Did you know that the Koch brothers advocate an end to Social Security and welfare? You’re probably not certain, but the Koch brothers’ name has been besmirched among Blacks for quite some time.

Celebrating America's Entrepreneurs

The core of these programs encourages small businesses to engage in research—which can often be a challenge as they are time-intensive and often costly.

Black Diamond nominations ready

The Greater Cleveland Delta Foundation Life Development Center (GCDFLDC) is looking to recognize those men who are doing something positive in the city of Cleveland and surrounding areas.

The Government Shutdown

This dependency on government sets too many Americans up for low aspirations and generations of welfare and poverty. And, the problem for Blacks is that we often rely too much on government.

Time to reform horse and buggy debt collector laws

The report found that no state met all five standards and only two came close: Massachusetts, which recently modernized its exemption laws, and Iowa.

2013 Nielsen Report for African American Consumers

African-American Consumers are More Relevant Than Ever.

Fashions by Fowler celebrates 25 years

From that beginning, they have designed for national singers like Gerald Levert, Barry White, and Freddie Jackson to name a few. The even had the honor of designing Gerald’s background singer’s outfits for his very last tour.

Barbara A. Williams appointed Interim Executive Director of IWASM

Route Control Center in Oberlin, Ohio. Williams went on to become the Interim Air Traffic Manager at Cleveland Hopkins Airport (first minority female) and Operations Manager at Cleveland Air Route Control Center.

Lawmaker returns with rejected plan to test welfare recipients for drugs

No pride should be taken in subjecting some of the poorest Ohioans to the punishing scrutiny that baseless drug testing provides,” they once said in a letter to Governor John Kasich, opposing this plan and asking him to oppose it ...

Bank of America to lay-off 1,200 here in Cuyahoga County

It can be equally as devastating to a city's ability to survive when 1,000 jobs are lost at the same company. This is the case in Beachwood right now.

Pastor Vernon named BPACF Black Professional of the Year

Dr. R. A. Vernon is the founder and senior pastor of “THE WORD” Church, a multi-site ministry with over 20,000 members between five locations. A respected spiritual leader, philanthropist and humanitarian, he is dedicated to creating and providing programs, resources, ...

Construction Begins on Horseshoe Cleveland walkway to dedicated parking structure

ROC announced that it will commence construction this month on a casino walkway connecting the second floor of Horseshoe Cleveland to its dedicated parking structure, Collection Auto Group Centre. The 170 ft., glass-enclosed casino walkway will cross over the intersection ...

NorTech VP to Talk Inclusive Competitiveness at SSTI National Conference

NorTech Vice President of Inclusive Competitiveness Johnathan Holifield will discuss strategies to make the innovation economy more reflective of America's diverse population at SSTI's 17th Annual Conference.

Dialogues on Diversity

“Dialogues on Diversity” will engage area leaders from the legal and corporate community in important discussions about the business and ethical case for diversity and inclusion, as well as effective strategies to promote and improve diversity and inclusion within area ...

Higbee building sold to Rock Caesar LLC for $79 million

The proposed walkway would be enclosed by glass and would encompass the area from Ontario and Prospect over to the casino. The controversy over the move stems from the fact that the integrity and historic value of the Terminal Tower ...