“Thank you all for showing up for me,” Judy Smith said appreciatively to the Women of Power Summit attendees for making her show, ‘Scandal,’ a hit.
Media pioneer Cathy Hughes delivered some sobering realities to the early morning risers in a breakfast conversation that touched on everything from perseverance, and working with her son to the challenges black women face in finding a mate.
Did she sing or did she not sing may have been the question but after a year in which she became a mother, made an album, filmed a documentary and earned $40 million, B isn’t just for Beyonce; it’s for business mogul.—Caroline Clarke, Executive Editor & Host, Black Enterprise Business Report
Orlando got a boost of black female power as scores of black women rolled into the Waldorf Astoria for the 8th Annual Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit Wednesday, February 27.
Country singer Mindy McCready’s apparent suicide has also put a spotlight on Dr. Drew Pinsky…
“This was an upsetting incident given the fact that Forest did nothing more than walk into the deli,” a rep for Whitaker shared with TMZ.
Toyota answers rising gas prices with these three cars that get 38 mpg or more.
‘The president’s life story trumpets an ethic that we try to instill in all Morehouse men, namely excellence without apology or compromise.’ –Morehouse president John Silvanus Wilson.
Longtime choreographer Frank Gaston Jr. was one of the more surprising highlights from Beyoncé’s heavily promoted HBO documentary “Life Is But a Dream.”
Dedicated Beyoncé and dance fans are very familiar with Frank Gaston Jr.’s work but, for a lot of people, he made a heck of an impression in Beyoncé’s highly publicized HBO documentary Life Is But a Dream