Ahead of the return of the Real Housewives of Potomac this Sunday, Eddie Osefo is teasing a new product that is sure to be a “showstopper.”
Founder of Cloudy Donut Co., Derrick Faulcon, shares advice to entrepreneurs who would like to start a business.
During an interview for theGrio’s series “BlackMade,” Necole Kane opened up about the challenges of running an e-commerce business.
Savage X Fenty was accused of violating California law and automatically enrolling customers in a program with recurring charges.
Jadakiss is tapping into a family legacy to build generational wealth with new Black-owned coffee brand, Kiss Cafe
Former Netflix executive Myles Worthington has officially launched his own communications and content company, WORTHI.
An attorney for West has reportedly sent a letter to the clothing chain seeking to terminate the contract between Gap and Kanye’s company.
With Father’s Day 2022 falling on Juneteenth, there’s never been a better time to celebrate our Black patriarchs with Black-owned brands.
Nordstrom is supporting Black-owned business during Black History Month to allow them to reach a larger audience of prospective buyers.
“Profiled: The Black Man,” a four-part OWN docu-series on the Discovery+ network, debuted Saturday, featuring the company’s co-founders.
Cannabis has been around for millions of years and a major player in Black culture for generations. While its slang names have changed…
Amaru, a 47-year-old stand-up comic who goes by one name, says he is building the first Black-owned movie studio in Michigan.
Allen Media CEO and chairman Byron Allen acquires 12 stations from Gray TV in an all-cash deal for $380M it was announced on Thursday.
Target vows to support Black-owned businesses by spending more than $2 billion with hundreds of brands by 2025.
Guess Inc. has halted the sale of a bag after receiving criticism online for copying the style of Telfar Clemens’s beloved custom handbag.
The group of leaders told Kamala Harris and Janet Yellen that the COVID-19 federal relief package must better serve Black-owned businesses.
On Monday, Citi announced its new round of investments which brings the number of companies that Citi has supported up to 11.
Young entreprenuers attended the Buy Black Expo: Youth Edition which was created to give youth a space to connect with their community.
Black entrepreneurs say they have been reduced to renters in the Greenwood district, an area of Tulsa once known as Black Wall Street.
The Associated Press reports new data revealing minority-owned businesses at the end of the line to receive coronavirus relief funding.