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Single Mom Earning $22,000 As a Waitress Turned Tax Refund Into Million Dollar Real Estate Portfolio
Ashley Hamilton now has a portfolio of 24 rentals and five vacant lots.
The letter was also signed by Ice Cube, Roland Martin, Don Jackson, Earl 'Butch' Graves and Junior Bridgeman.
Software engineers Ben Eluan and Osezele Orukpe recently launched a business that allows merchants to send and receive money from anywhere in the world.
This Black Woman From the Projects of South Philly Built a Million Dollar Real Estate Portfolio at Age 30
Ayesha Selden currently owns over 40 rental properties, thanks to saving early.
Last week, multiple outlets, including Entrepreneur, reported that the artist was worth more than $6 billion, but Forbes has since disputed that figure.
Launched in early 2020, Clubhouse is an audio-only social network that allows users to start conversations with people they follow or join public rooms.
A self-proclaimed "business architect," Bianca S. Robinson helped her clients earn a collective $2.1 million in revenues last year.
Lauren Simmons made history as the youngest full-time trader on Wall Street at age 22, but she still needed her family to help support her.
Attorney Adonis Hoffman rescinded his bid to be a board member at broadcast company Tegna after CEO Dave Lougee allegedly handed him his valet ticket.
Marketing student Tahir Murray launched LegacyHistoryPride in 2019 to drive more attention to HBCUs.
On top of that, she was a Black woman. The St. Luke Penny Savings Bank became a catalyst for economic advancement in the Black community.
Now Ceata Lash, the founder and inventor of the PuffCuff, aims to boost her company's value to $25 million in five years.