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Goldman Sachs Announces First Round of Capital Investments and Philanthropic Grants to 1 Million Black Women

Goldman Sachs' initiative will commit more than $10 billion to advance racial equity and the economic opportunity of Black women.

Jaden Smith Opening a Restaurant Where Homeless People Can Eat for Free

The rapper/actor is expanding his I Love You food truck initiative into a full-blown restaurant to feed the homeless, Variety reports.

New York City Launches $25 Million Recovery Program to Support Artists and Performers

The City Artist Corps will pay artists, musicians, and performers to create public works across the city.

28-Year-Old Shares 3 Wealth Tips That Helped His Family Go From Welfare to Millionaires

Alfred Nickson is on a mission to educate African Americans about building wealth.

Angela Simmons Shares Her Growth and Development as a Millennial Businesswoman

The daughter of Run-DMC premiered her lifestyle series, 'Just Angela,' last month.

Homeless Man Made $10,000 From YouTube, Then Evolved Into a Successful Entertainment Personality

At one point, Lionel Barnes spent his nights in a 20-year-old Mercedes Benz with his teenage son.

Black-Owned Vegan Burger Brand Lands $300,000 Investment on 'Shark Tank'; Reached Six-Figure Revenues Within 24 Hours

Everything Legendary is a Washington, D.C.-based brand that specializes in plant-based, gluten-free, and soy-free food.

CurlMix Couple Turned Down $400,000 Shark Tank Offer; Raised Over $2 Million With Community Support

Kim and Tim Lewis walked away from Robert Herjavec's $400,000 deal for a 20 percent equity stake in the company.

Massive 62% of Americans Living Paycheck to Paycheck, Many Convinced Finances Won't Recover Until 2022

Some 61% of people surveyed a year into the pandemic admit living paycheck to paycheck, with 62% now experiencing that.

Low-Income Single Mother Becomes the Owner of a Million-Dollar Construction Company

After noticing that other companies were disinterested in smaller jobs and renovations, Lasenta Lewis-Ellis started a small business firm that specializes in facility maintenance and sustainability.

Black Manager Sues Amazon Over Alleged Discrimination, Sexual Assault and Harassment

Charlotte Newman says her former director made unwanted sexual advances toward her, adding that Amazon had a widespread culture of 'down-leveling' Black employees.

Black Billionaire Robert Smith Acquires Majority Stake of Ad-Tech Giant TripleLift

Last year, TripleLift handled over 40 trillion ad transactions with placements across desktop, mobile, and connected television.

President Joe Biden's American Jobs Plan Will Advance Racial Equity, Here's How

The president revealed his ambitious plan to create jobs and improve the country's infrastructure on Wednesday.