Alicia Boler-Davis began her career with General Motors as the first Black female plant manager, now she proudly serves as senior vice
F.A.O. Schwarz, the iconic New York toy store, located at 767 Fifth Ave., is closing its doors at its New York
The fifth annual Multicultural Media Luncheon, created and produced by Cheryl Parks Ajamu of The Ajamu Group LLC, recently honored diverse
ATLANTA — The 35th annual airing of the United Negro College Fund’s “An Evening of Stars” will be televised tonight on
Beyoncé and Rev. Jesse Jackson have so much in common. The two motivate all of us to think about things.
The annual Phoenix Awards dinner is the signature event of the four-day Congressional Black Caucus conference focusing on public policy impacting
During the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) in South Beach in June, filmmaker Spike Lee and Cadillac global vice president Don
The General Motors Foundation: Guiding the leaders of tomorrow The General Motors Foundation is making a difference in a big
Cadillac’s revitalization and reemergence as an industry leader in the luxury car space is complete. The 2013 Cadillac ATS luxury
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Urban sophisticates understand and cherish their long, rich relationship with General Motors’ luxury brand, the Cadillac.
During General Motors’ annual shareholders meeting in Detroit this past Thursday, Rev. Jesse Jackson was in attendance and had a
For years, the Chevy Malibu has been on the “what’s hot” list in my neck of the woods. When you
DETROIT — Chevrolet and actor Laz Alonso General Motors’ Black History Month celebration through the “Learn it Live” and other
After 17 years, General Motors decided to bring back the rear-drive high-performance sedan. The 2014 model adopts its eight-cylinder
ATLANTA— The annual Trumpet Awards celebrated the beautiful voice of Charlie Wilson, the designing brilliance of General Motors’ vice president
Gov. Nathan Deal will join General Motors Corp. on Thursday, Jan 10 at the Georgia Institute of Technology to make
Chevrolet partnered with Black Girls Rock! for another year to support brilliant and beautiful women of color who
Dozens of New York’s top African American executives were honored recently at The Network Journal’s 15th Annual 40 Under 40 Awards Dinner at
The panel discussed the African American consumer’s habits, preferences and brand loyalty.