The Atlanta Business League recently held its 11th Annual Congress on the State of Black Business in Metro Atlanta. The
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With 85 years of experience fostering the “growth, creation and development of successful business enterprises owned, operated and managed by
For more than 80 years, COUNTRY Financial has been helping individuals in local communities plan for retirement, while protecting
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In the 21st century, the vital importance of creating a legacy is often discussed but rarely taught to Black communities.
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Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, issued the following statement Tuesday,
In the world of risk management, minorities are often overlooked, but Minnesota business leader Abdi Abdinoor, CPA, is working to
The infamous Wall Street broker, who entered the financial services three decades ago and is known as the king of
In a highly complex world where uncertainty, unrest and volatility are evident all around us, we must continue to think
Economic inequality remains a major issue in America. But a recent report reveals how Blacks in Boston are suffering financially.
Delvin Joyce is a former professional athlete. He joined the financial services industry and started working Prudential in 2006 and