Black Owned Business Accused of Hiring Too Many White Women

Black Owned Business Accused of Hiring Too Many White Women

While a black owned company may disagree with claims of discrimination, one black man is taking them to court for hiring too many ‘attractive’ white women. Barrett Franklin, Davis Drug’s former sales director, is suing the company with claims that he was fired for not taking on the role of firing blacks and hiring more whites. Franklin, of Yorktown,

How Black Businesses Are Being Destroyed by Others

How Black Businesses Are Being Destroyed by Others

It’s a fact, most people are looking for a way to save a dollar on products and services they want, and unfortunately it’s even at the expense of not supporting their own. Black businesses are in need of more loyal and repeat customers. In the following video a London based beauty supply owner shares her experience

Lemonade Day Encourages Youth To Be Entrepreneurs

Lemonade Day Encourages Youth To Be Entrepreneurs

Who doesn’t get excited about making money? During these times when youth are struggling with peer pressures to go the wrong route in life, and all the mind blowing throws about racism, what better way to keep them off the streets, and motivated with life than by encouraging them to stay focused on a positive

Cocoa Swatches – The Cosmetics App For Women of Color

Cocoa Swatches – The Cosmetics App For Women of Color

It’s true. We see a lot of beauty apps that allow you to try before you buy, but none of them quite meet the needs of dark skin tones. Beauty blogger Ofunne Amaka decided to change all that. Her recent launch of Cocoa Swatches, the makeup app that specifically targets the rights shades for women of color, is

Step-By-Step Business Start-Up Checklist

Step-By-Step Business Start-Up Checklist

So you’re ready to get your business off the ground, but want to make sure you check all your traps first. Here is a simple business start-up checklist to make sure you have all the necessary items in place to be successful. Keep in mind not all businesses need everything listed here, so if it’s

Carol’s Daughter CEO Shares Useful Tips for Entrepreneurs

Carol’s Daughter CEO Shares Useful Tips for Entrepreneurs

As many may know, Lisa Price, founder of Carol’s Daughter started her business from home, making products out of her kitchen. Although she has since moved on and sold her company to L’Oreal, she recently sat down with Madame Noire to share some valuable tips for new entrepreneurs. This includes: paying attention to the successes and failures

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Kimberly Smedley Talks About Her Illegal Butt Injection Business

Kimberly Smedley Talks About Her Illegal Butt Injection Business

Some of the ideas people come up with are completely out there, and the temptation to take advantage of a profitable money making opportunity can be hard to back away from. Kimberly Smedley and her idea to run an illegal butt injection business is an example of one of those crazy ideas. After doing time in prison, she

Starting A MLM Business – Choosing The Right One

Starting A MLM Business – Choosing The Right One

Often times people are eager to make extra money, and one of the easiest ways to do so is by joining a multi-level marketing business (mlm) also referenced as network marketing. These businesses range from selling Avon and Mary Kay to ACN, MCN, Paycation, Prepaid Legal, and Tupperware. The list of companies offering these opportunities is long

Build Your Business and Protect Your Assets

Build Your Business and Protect Your Assets

All the tools you need to get your business started, including business name registration, applications to form LLC’s, trademark and copyright information, tax filing information, and so much more. Get started today with My Corporation. They make the process simple and easy as 1-2-3. Visit them by clicking here: http://mycorporation.com

VEDC Business Funding for African Americans

VEDC Business Funding for African Americans

VEDC, in partnership with JPMorgan Chase want to help fund your business. They have recently launched a $30 million loan fund to stimulate African-American-owned small businesses in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, and now Hartford, CT. “We want you to come to us with an idea about your business, like an extra piece of machinery

Why Are Successful People Considered Crazy?

Why Are Successful People Considered Crazy?

Dr. Boyce Watkins of The Black Wealth Academy just touched on something that is so very true. There are so many people who do not believe in your vision, and won’t support your vision, simply because they don’t understand it. Nevermind those people. The most successful people in life are self-determined, self-motivated, and self-driven, and