Business Exchange

As the Washington Informer celebrates its golden anniversary, executives in the publication say they continue Rolark’s mission “to highlight positive images of African Americans in the nation’s capital.”

‘The Real Black Friday’ arrives in August

Purnell has spearheaded this initiative in order to empower all consumers, but especially Black consumers to reach into their pockets and spend their money in businesses that serve the underserved.

Seven Steps to Build a Budget

PNC Fairfax Connection is a free community resource center at E. 83rd St. and Carnegie designed to strengthen and connect the community by empowering area residents and businesses to achieve their goals while celebrating the community’s rich history and heritage.

Pluria Marshall, Jr. Group purchases three TV stations

By December 2013, St. Louis-based Roberts Broadcasting sold its three remaining full-power TV stations to ION Media Networks for about $8 million.

ETPI report: State tax policy changes have increased homeowners’ and farmers’ tax burden

State tax policy changes have increased homeowners’ and farmers’ tax burden 2/2/2/2/2 While the report does show that property values for homes and agricultural properties have increased over the period

Technology: From the Past to the Future

Smartphone’s such as the Apple iPhone or the Samsung Galaxy each are capable of downloading apps created by various companies to play games that others would think are exclusive to home consoles.

Karen Butler is new COO at NEON Health Center

Prior to this appointment, Butler served as the Commissioner of Health for the City of Cleveland and supervised all of the programs and services within the Division of Health

Marie Kittredge named Project Director for Opportunity Corridor

Mayor Frank Jackson said: “Marie’s appointment offers the Opportunity Corridor project both the management experience needed to move the project forward and the understanding of community needs in the midst of such important economic development.

Horseshoe Casino will celebrate second anniversary

As Ohio’s first casino, the $350 million Horseshoe officially celebrated its second anniversary on May 14, but the party starts at 5 p.m. Saturday and will continue through the evening with live bands and DJs spinning favorites on the first ...

85 richest people have same wealth as 3.5 billion poorest

They keep the wealth concentrated in the hands of a few and they make sure it’s there for the next generation.

Charter One introduces Education Refinance Loan™; offers new option for borrowers after leaving school

Charter One is helping to solve that problem with the introduction of the Charter One Education Refinance Loan.

Ray’s Sausage on national TV

Ray’s Sausage Company believe that quality food products are a direct result of qualified individuals working together for the common goal of producing a product that will distinguish them from other products.

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.