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Black Ex-Franchisees Sue McDonald's In Racial Discrimination Case
52 Black ex-franchisees file a $1 billion racial-discrimination lawsuit against McDonald's, claiming the company sent them on 'financial suicide missions'
Pharrell and Jay-Z Drop Single Celebrating Black Entrepreneurship
The "Entrepreneur" music video features Tyler, the Creator, Issa Rae and a dozen other Black entrepreneurs.
His Criminal Record Disqualified Him From Receiving PPP. So He Pushed Back, and Got the Rules Changed.
Troy Parker's cleaning and construction business hires returning citizens who struggle to find work elsewhere. When he was told he was ineligible for stimulus funds because of mistakes he already paid for, he started making calls.
U.S. Black Chambers Celebrates Juneteenth's 150th With Launch of byblack
The national advocacy group's president explains why it's chosen to honor the landmark holiday by rolling out a new platform for finding and supporting black entrepreneurs.
How This Tech CEO Is Leading His Company Through Racial Unrest
He founded Holler to help people communicate with empathy. Now, the world needs that kind of thinking more than ever.
Instagram Reviews How Its Policies and Algorithms Negatively Affect Black Users
CEO Adam Mosseri says the social network needs to 'better support' underrepresented groups.
To Understand the Riots, Consider the 'Valuation' of Black Lives
The CEO of the Association for Enterprise Opportunity contextualizes the unrest in stark financial terms.
Black-Owned Restaurants and Businesses You Can Support Right Now
Looking for a way to help African American businesses affected in your community? Try some of these options.
5 Ways Entrepreneurs of Color Can Determine an Ally's Authenticity
Many BIPOC entrepreneurs have been inundated with messages from well-meaning "allies." Here's how to identify genuine allies and build positive relationships.
These Entrepreneurs Were Affected by Riots, But "See the Forest Instead of Focusing on the Trees"
Like many small business owners in communities of color, these entrepreneurs in Tampa are more concerned about forward progress than raging against rioters.
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.'