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After Responding to 170 Emails Following George Floyd's Death, Here's What I Found Out
Sometimes what you say is less important than what you ask.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai Called for a Companywide Moment of Silence to Recognize George Floyd
'Our black community is hurting, and many of us are searching for ways to stand up for what we believe.'
Here's How Business Leaders Are Responding to the George Floyd Protests
Many are using their platforms to express solidarity with the black community and promising to do their part in reaching meaningful reform.
Facebook is Losing Business and Getting Slammed by Civil Rights Leaders
Facebook's decision to leave up a post by President Trump threatening "when the looting starts, the shooting starts" in reference to the George Floyd protests is continuing to damage the company's reputation.
Streaming Services Join Music Industry 'Blackout' Over the Death of George Floyd
Some artists feel #theshowmustbepaused observance is "tone deaf," however.
Minority-Owned Small Businesses Aren't Getting Stimulus Loans. Could That Finally Change?
So far, in the scramble to disperse SBA relief loans, big banks have passed over the most vulnerable businesses in favor of bigger "small" businesses. But Congress's latest stimulus package gives $60 billion in PPP to key community lenders.
The Shocking Factor Putting Your Entire Exit Strategy at Risk
Establishment segregation was decreasing until the 1990s. So, what caused the reversal?
6 Lessons From Madam C.J. Walker, America's First Black Self-Made Female Millionaire
Invest in yourself and your community.
The 10 Best Books for Black Entrepreneurs, by Black Entrepreneurs
Need a little inspiration? These books will help get you back on track.
They're Doing It: Awe-Inspiring Black Female Entrepreneurs
Black female business owners are a booming economic force in the U.S. Here are nine women leading the charge.