business

Sam’s Club CEO Rosalind Brewer will step down after five years.

Harlem has become a hotbed for entrepreneurship. Business incubators and gentrification are shaping the business scene.

Pat Smith is a minister, founder of Pat & Emmitt Smith Charities, an author, public speaker and the first black woman to win Miss Virginia USA. She discusses her book, “Second Chances,” which she says is “really all about God’s grace.” She talks about how God did amazing work on her life in the hard […]

In this edition of Faith Walking, guest host Maurette Brown-Clark shares her testimony of how she ended up in the music ministry with no obvious evidence that making such a career choice would work. But she just pushed forward, kept talking to God, and continued on her journey while keeping the faith. She explains that, […]

In this edition of the Ericaism, Erica Campbell talks about the difference between faith and foolishness. She says when in pursuits of our goals, we have to remember that it’s our responsibility to finance our dreams.  While it’s important to have faith, it’s also important to be realistic. She outlines the importance of business plans, […]

Comedian Whoopi Goldberg is looking to switch up the narrative and respectability politics surrounding the marijuana business with a line of products geared towards those who suffer from menstrual cramps.

The OWN founder will join forces with Weight Watchers, with Winfrey taking a seat on the company's board, taking on an advising role and engaging in the company's program.

Take a look at the gallery for the richest Black people on the planet, and heed their advice on living a positive and richer life.

In 2014, the businessman made $100 million dollars from his Air Jordan brand -- he only raked in $94 million during his 15-year-career.

Despite a pledge to usher in a new era of diversity and inclusion, social media giant Twitter employs just 49 Black people out of a…

We’ve already heard enough about driving while Black, racial profiling and stop and frisk. But does discrimination even extend to shopping while Black? Indeed it…